Aria brings Grid view to the music app, which lets you view your albums in a grid, much like the way the desktop version iTunes works. The now playing view also features adjustments to the seek slider, which some have found bothersome to use. With Tint Color, you can customize the app's color via the settings.
One of the most highly praised features is queuing, which allows you to simply hold down on a song title, and you can either have the song play now, play next or play last.
Aria aims to improve the user experience of the Apple's Music app bringing some of the most wanted features, bug and annoyances fixing.
● Queuing: just hold down a song to get three options: play now, next, last.
● Grids: Albums and Artists can be shown as a grid.
● Now Playing view: can be customized to show an Apple's Remote like appearance.
● Endless playing: when the current playing album (or queue) ends, shuffled playing starts
● Lyrics view: darker with a bigger font
● More: round volume knob, pink tint replacement, faster repeat mode selection
Those who use tweaks like Colorflow should be aware that they could interfere with the New Playing view customization that Aria provides.
Aria requires iOS 7 and is available in the Cydia Store for $1.99.