Have an iPhone, but prefer the design style of Android? A few years ago it probably would have been hard to find anyone who fell into that category — but with Matías Duarte overseeing Google’s design team, Android has earned a reputation for attractive design.
Folks who prefer Apple’s software and the wealth of apps available for iOS could legitimately prefer the look and feel of an Android device.
- An Action Bar that gives you on-screen buttons for back, home, and app switcher functions. Long-pressing the home button also launch Siri.
- Notification Center has been re-skinned to look like the Android 5.0 notification and Quick Settings panel.
- There’s a a Google search widget on the home screen.
- The power menu and volume sliders have been redesigned to offer Android-like design and features.
- There’s an Android-style mini player widget for controlling music playback.
There are also tweaks to lockscreen notifications, navigation bars for most apps, and more.
The developers of AndriOS have been working on the project for a few months and hope to release it through the Cydia store for around $3 or $4 soon.
AndriOS should work with jailbroken iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models running iOS 7 and later.
You can more images showing a preview of AndriOS at imgur.