The music player on iOS 7 is one of the most popular apps used by all iDevice users. If you’re thinking of tweaking this app, there are some tweaks that will let you add some cool features, extra functionality and add-ons to it.

From queuing up songs to colorizing the UI, here are best Cydia tweaks for iOS 7 stock music app:

#1. ColorFlow
ColorFlow tweaks the colors of the UI of the Music app to match the colors from the album artwork. As simple as it sounds, the tweak does some crazy things with color but gets it perfectly synced to the artwork of the currently-playing music.
Price: $1.99 | Repo: BigBoss

#2. Pluck 2
Pluck was one of our favorite tweaks in iOS 6 and now that it gets updated for iOS 7, it’s even more awesome. Pluck 2 adds a small icon on the lockscreen and Control Center (near the music controls) so you can tap on it to queue the next song. Most people prefer the shuffle but if you’re looking for a particular song to play next, Pluck 2 will get it done for you faster. You can control where Pluck icon is available, whether it lets you choose one or multiple songs to queue and other options from the settings page (Settings → Pluck 2).

Price: $0.99 | Repo: BigBoss

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#3. Colorize
Colorize is almost similar to ColorFlow and on the surface there is no big difference between the two. I’m guessing that the code beneath Colorize could be minimal or less optimized but that’s just a speculation. Nevertheless, if ColorFlow doesn’t work for you or if it sounds costlier, Colorize should be a good tweak. It changes the UI colors of Music app to match the artwork of the currently playing song.

Price: $0.99 | Repo: BigBoss

#4. MusicAppMod
MusicAppMod is more of data than any particular tweak/functionality. MusicAppMod lets you see a lot of information about a particular track on your list. Here’s what you can see by tapping and holding on a song:

  • Artist
  • Number of times you’ve played the song
  • Duration of the song
  • iCloud?
  • Amount of skips
  • Release date
  • Track number
  • Album track count

You can also use MusicAppMod to remove artwork in the song-list view of the music app. I’m not sure if you’ll find it worthy enough to spare a buck on but if you are driven by hard data, this is a cool tweak.

Price: $0.99 | Repo: BigBoss

#5. Spectral
Spectral is a tweak that tweaks the lockscreen wallpaper based on the album artwork of the music you are listening to. It puts a very blurred version of the artwork as the lockscreen wallpaper when you are listening to some music on your iDevice. It’s a cool UI tweak.

Price: Free | Repo: BigBoss

Know any more tweaks that we should add to this list? Let us know in the comments!

#6. BetterLSMedia (formerly, NoLSAlbumArt)
BetterLSMedia is a Cydia tweak designed to remove the album art from the lockscreen. And it also repositions the music controls so things look neater at the center of the screen. If you like your homescreen to look kind of minimal and clean even as music plays, this is a must-have tweak.

Price: Free | Repo: BigBoss

#7. Aria
Aria is a simple, elegant, but feature-packed tweak/add-on for the Music app. It alters the interface of the stock Music app. There are a lot of changes to the way your album entries look. It can also hide/show the shuffle button, change the way the scrubber looks and a few more things. The overall interface remains the same but these subtle changes make a lot of a difference to the way you interact with your music app.

Price: $1.99 | Repo: BigBoss

#8. CustomCover

Whoever though the album artwork’s template could be customized? But that’s just what CustomCover by by Charlie Hewitt does. With CustomCover on, you can change the way album artwork looks. You have a few options to choose from: CD Case, Circle, Clean, Ripped, Vinyl and Vinyl mini. If you’re bored of the default template for the artwork, here’s the tweak you need. There are also a couple of other options in Other Settings which lets you enable/disable media controls, background blur and the artwork as wallpaper feature.

Price: $0.99 | Repo: ModMyi

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    NoLsAlbumArt’s name was changed to BetterLSMedia!