Bored with typical iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch font? I am bored too but as usual this is one of the aspects which Apple has not considered working upon. For the same reason jailbreak kicked in and now once you get your device jailbroken, you can customize almost anything.
Same goes with the font too. Bigboss repo features a nice tweak called as FontSwap that lets you change system, keyboard, dialer, calculator, notes and locksreen clock fonts. To download it, go to Cydia search and type down FontSwap without space.
After getting installed, the tweak will create an icon on the homescreen so need not look for the same in the settings.
Inside the app you have several sections like Dialer/Calculator fonts, Keyboards fonts and so on. At the bottom you have Install queued fonts and restore default fonts sections.
Each section contains more than one font style by default. For instance the Keyboard section contains one single font style, Kitsu.
To install a font tap on the name and you will be asked to choose between, add to install queue and install now and respring. If you want to many fonts for different sections at the same time, add it to the queue or else choose install now and respring.
Here is the image of Kitsu font for the keyboard and it looks quite nice.
You can also install more fonts by downloading font pack from Cydia store.
App Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Conclusion: Good enough to give your iPhone some refreshing appearance.
Our Rating: 4/5 | Price: Free | Visit Cydia To Install This App
[ This App Comes For Android – No ]