Users of the Spotify music streaming app will notice that the album covers with their songs are not displayed in the playlist view. To solve this, we present a new jailbreak tweak called Spotty, which will force the display of the covers.
Not only a better appearance after installing Spotty is obtained, and it also helps make it much easier recognition of music at a glance.
When you see nothing more than a text list, which is exactly how the Spotify playlist view is viewed beforehand, it requires more attention when finding the music you are looking for.
After installing the tweak, you will immediately begin to see the album cover next to the songs in the playlist view. Thanks to this detail, you will more easily recognize the songs you want to hear from the list.
Moreover, the tweak does not have a configuration section, so that changes are noticed immediately after installation.
Obviously, the tweak brings its aesthetic touch, since the application of Spotify looks much better with the album artwork.
Thanks to the caching skills included in the tweak, album covers will continue to show even when you're offline, which means you do not need to have a direct Internet connection to continue viewing album artwork, and Which have been downloaded and stored locally.
If you are interested in trying Spotty jailbreak your device, you can download it for free from the BigBoss Cydia repository.
Spotty works with iOS devices 9 and the latest version (6.8.0) of the Spotify app that you can download for free from the App Store .