With design minimalism gaining ground every day (this weekend’s Ludum Dare competition has even named “minimalism” as its theme), those of us with an iOS device might want to modify its interface a little to follow suit with this movement. It just so happens that Android 4.2 Jellybean has a minimilistic clock, and it just so happens that a tweak developer has ported it to iOS. It’s appropriately named JellyLockClock.
The tweak is quite simple in functionality, but it has a few options that can be changed in Settings.app.
- Bold Hour (allows you to bold the hour number)
- Show Leading Zero (outs a zero in front of single digit hours)
- Uppercase Date
- Hide Time/Date Shadow
- Date Format (default is “THU, APRIL 18″)
- Time and Date color
Besides these simple settings, though, the tweak is streamlined, clean-cut, and does a great job of emulating the lockscreen clock of Android 4.2. If you’re a fan of the JellyLock tweak, you might want to try its little brother, JellyLockClock. It’s completely free in the ModmyI repo in Cydia.