When Apple introduced Siri, she only had one logo: “The mic”. Recently, after the A5 jailbreak was released a plethora of tweaks have come to customize Siri as well as to enhance its functionality. But there was one thing missing, a way to change the Siri mic! Well, now a new tweak called Siri Glowing Apple allows you to do just that. It allows you to change Siri’s mic logo to a glowing Apple logo.
Though this package looks simple and easy, it is not. The developer has told us in the description of the tweak that it does not use the .Artwork files, it uses the winterboard’s standard UIImages and Bundles. The benefit of this is that we can use this tweak as a template to build our own custom Siri animations (now isn’t that awesome?). The tweak comes with a document located in the root of each theme color detailing everything. The developer did have some issues while developing the tweak but he overcame them and released it to us.
You can also check out the video below:
If you found Siri Glowing Apple interesting you can download it for $0.99 from Cydia in the ZodTTD & MacCiti repo.
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