If you're jailbroken you can easily customize Volume HUD on your iOS 9.3.3 iPhone making it more colorful. New Cydia release called Amalthea makes the volume HUD less obtrusive by moving it to the Status bar and provides bulk of customization options. The volume HUD displayed by Amalthea looks nice as the indicators are colored based on the volume level and can be circular or square. So follow the short review below to learn how Amalthea jailbreak tweak works.
How To Customize Volume HUD In iOS 9.3.3
Amalthea tweak hides the original volume HUD that appears in the center of the screen and displays an alternative HUD that spans the entire width and height of the Status bar. The dots or indicators are colored to reflect the level of the volume. For example, when the volume level is low, the indicators are colored green and when it’s high, it’s colored red.
So to download Amalthea tweak and get the ability to customize Volume HUD on iOS 9.3.3 iPhone head to Cydia and search for the tweak. The tweak also comes with a price tag of $1.49. Once downloaded, install it on your jailbroken device. Note if you're not jailbroken you should use Pangu tool as currently it is the only available jailbreak for iOS 9.2-9.3.3 devices.
To get to Amalthea's customization options head to tweak’s preferences pane in Settings app. Amalthea's preferences pane is divided into Animations and Appearance sections.
From the Appearance pane, you can switch between colored or black/white indicators, pick either square or round dots and invert the black and white color dots if enabled.
The Animations section in its turn lets you adjust duration of the launching and closing animations of the tweak’s volume HUD.
If you'd like to customize the Volume HUD on your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 iPhone and make it look more colorful then Amalthea's tweak must be in your tweaks collection.