The iPod has evolved from just a music player to the world’s most used music player, an app and a word that indirectly means ‘I love music’. After the recent and tragic death of it’s creator Steve Jobs, we are still at shock, but we do have to move on, as Mr. Jobs himself said, ‘Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish’.
Here I’ll be talking about how to delete music from the iPod app that is present on all iPhones, iPod Touches and iPad. You obviously know the regular method would be to connect your iDevice to the PC and then delete music via iTunes. That’s one way of doing it, but wouldn’t it be easier if you could delete those unwanted songs without connecting to the PC and directly from the app itself? Again, there’s an app for that, well, it’s actually a jailbreak tweak, but whatever.
Deletrack is a new Cydia tweak, that adds the much required delete option to the iPod app on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and makes it easier to delete music from the iPod app. Sounds good doesn’t it? Well, it works as explained too.
- All you need to do is jailbreak your iDevice, then head over to Cydia and search for the tweak and install it.
- After installation, you’ll be asked to restart the springboard, approve to that and you should be good to go.
- Now when you open the iPod app, a pop-up will appear asking for donation, you can if you want to or you can hit the later button.
- Head over to the More options found below and you should be able to see a new Delete Songs option. Select it.
- Now you’ll be able to delete music from iPod app that you want. Swipe to the left to delete the song.