Want to change the font style of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and install a custom fonts on it? We have a good news for you. BytaFont 3 for iOS 9 is now available in Cydia for your jailbroken iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch devices.
BytaFont is a popular jailbreak tweak, available in Cydia, that allows you to change the system font on your iOS device. BytaFont not only features swap mode for iOS 9, it also brings new font weights among other stuff. If you want to customize the font type and the font weight across the entire iOS interface, or within a specific application, BytaFont 3 jailbreak app for iOS 9 is for you.
BytaFont 3 changelog
Here is the complete and official changelog for BytaFont 3:
- Swap Mode for iOS 9
- New wights supported in Tweak Mode: Semibold, Heavy, and Black
- Cydget support has been dropped: to customize the Lock screen you may use the Tweak Mode
The Tweak Mode, mentioned in the official changelog, is another free jailbreak tweak that allows you to skin the font style across the operating system without replacing the system files.
Install BytaFont 3
To install BytaFont 3 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you iOS device must be jailbroken on iOS 9. To jailbreak iOS 9 on supported device, you can use Pangu jailbreak. Follow these links to jailbreak your iOS devices:
Download Pangu jailbreak
How to jailbreak iOS 9 – 9.0.2 with Pangu (Windows)
How to jailbreak iOS 9 – 9.0.2 with Pangu (Mac OS X)
After jailbreaking your device, open Cydia, search for BytaFont 3, and install it. Once the BytaFont 3 has been installed, you’ll see a new icon for the app on your Home screen. Now you are free to use the Swap Mode or the Tweak Mode to customize the fonts on your iOS device.
Cydia has tons of font styles to offer, in fact, there is a dedicated section in Cydia for the fonts. BytaFont 3 is a free jailbreak tweak available in Cydia and it weighs at around 1.6MB. It is available under BigBoss repo and can easily be searched.