NotiSound tweak customizes notification sounds for iOS app

NotiSound

Apple doesn't allow you to control system notification or set a custom notification sound for installed apps. With NotiSound tweak you can easily set custom sound notification per app making it possible to recognize an alert by specific sound.

Add NotiSound Repo to your package manager.

What is NotiSound?

NotiSound tweak allows you to set a custom notification sound for all installed iOS apps separately. You can define new sound notifications for iMessages, phone calls, calendar events, FaceTime calls, and Reminders, among other things. The tweak supports iOS 13 – iOS 15.7.1.

After installation, a new dedicated preference pane is added to the Settings app from where you can configure all options to your liking. From here, configure the notification for each app. NotiSound displays a list of installed apps, and inside each you can set a specific custom sound.

By default, the NotiSound tweak offers access to 11 custom sounds to choose from. There is Apex, Bark, Boing, Stargaze, Strum, Summit, Timba, alert, got-it-done, hasty, and percussion. What's more, you can add copy won sounds to /Library/Application Support/NotiSound.

Two iPhone screens showing the NotiSound tweak preferences in Settings app on iOS 14.

NotiSound allows you to set sound notifications per-app basic. You can import your own audio files in formats like MP3 and M4R. After tapping on the Configure Applications cell, a list of installed apps is presented for individual configuration. Changes doesn't require respring.

When you will tap on an app, NotiSound will display a list of all available options. You can enable custom sound notification for selected app, and set custom sound from the built-in library. There is also an option to import ringtones manually, or by importing a file.

Since version 1.2, NotiSound tweak allows you also to set custom vibration patterns for each app. If you enable this option, there is a field where you can define the number of vibrations. You can use this tweak on modern jailbreak running iOS 13, iOS 14, and Palera1n for iOS 15.

It's hard to believe the Apple is not offering this kind of feature in stock iOS. Elias Sfeir did an excellent job developing this useful tweak, and it feels like it's a native feature.

Two iPhone screens showing the NotiSound tweak per-app configuration options.

Repository

NotiSound is released as a paid package through the Havoc Repository. You can purchase the tweak for $0.99. Add NotiSound Repo to your package manager and install the tweak to customize notification sounds per apps. Supports iOS 13.0 up to iOS 15.7.1.

  1. Open the Cydia app from the Home Screen.
  2. Tap Sources → Edit → Add the https://havoc.app/ Repo URL.
  3. Find the NotiSound tweak and tap to install the package.
  4. Cydia will ask you to respring the device to finish the installation.
  5. From the Settings app, access NotiSound tweak preferences.

Alternatively, please use the quick links available at the top of this page to add the repository to your favorite package manager (Cydia, Sileo, Installer, Zebra) with just one tap.

What's news

  • Updated NotiSound tweak to version 2.1.
  • Fix Preferences not showing on iOS 14.
  • Added support for Palera1n on iOS 15 up to 15.7.1.
  • Fixed notification sounds not playing in deep sleep.
  • Fix an issue when notification will not properly play.

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