Thursday, March 9, 2017

Harp Tweak Enables Haptic Feedback On Music Controls On iOS 10

There are many jailbreak tweaks in Cydia that boost the haptic feedback trend. Harp by candoizo is another Cydia release that enables haptic feedback on music controls on iOS 10. Harp jailbreak tweak allows you to add a nudge of feedback to the Control Center and Lock Screen music buttons for compatible devices.


How To Bring Haptic Feedback On Music Controls



Haptic feedback are the standard feature on different Android devices, but Apple is only just beginning to work with haptic feedback on the iPhone. Fortunately, jailbreaking is always goes a step forward in that direction, that's why with Harp tweak you can enable haptic feedback on music controls on iOS 10.

Harp generates the haptic feedback in your hand any time you interact with pause/play music controls, the next/previous song buttons, volume and audio scrubbers.

You can download Harp from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free of charge. The tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 10 iPhones. The tweak works on iPhones with older vibrator motor or the newer model with taptic engine, however results are likely to be much smoother-feeling and lighter on the battery if you have the taptic engine. With that said, Harp tweak works great on the newer iPhone devices.

Once the tweak is installed you can go to the dedicated preferences pane that will be added to the Settings app. From there you can turn Harp tweak on or off on demand as well as enable or disable the haptic feedback for music controls. There is no need to respring your device once you have done some changes.


Keep in mind that this tweak doesn’t work if you are in Music app. But it works while you control your Music controls from Control Center or Lockscreen. Also this tweak works on all the third party apps too.