For those of you that use the Music application on your iOS devices as more than just an Apple Music-listening application, and still use it the old-fashioned way to sync music from iTunes, or use jailbreak tweaks that import music without using iTunes at all, you might want a way to quickly and easily edit your music's metadata on the go without having to switch over to a computer, and that's where jailbreak tweak called Melodic 2 by iOS developer Samball comes into play!
This tweak lets you fiddle with the ID3Tag metadata that stores your album artwork, artist information, album information, song name, and more. With the power to change this on the go, quickly and easily, you can manage your music while waiting on a bus, in a waiting room, or anywhere else that isn't comfortably tethered at your computer desk at home.
Melodic 2 adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you'll find some options to configure:
Here, you can configure some options with how iOS handles your ID3Tag metadata changes, whether or not you want "unlimited" music skips in the radio functionality of the Music application, and configure hiding or showing recently-added tracks, as well as hiding or showing an export button.
Melodic 2 is available in Cydia's BigBoss repository right now for $1.49, but is a free upgrade for anyone that already owns the original Melodic jailbreak tweak for iOS versions earlier than iOS 8.4. Melodic 2 is intended for use with iOS 8.4 and later, which includes the redesigned Music application for Apple Music.
Name: Melodic 2
Requirements: iOS 8.4-9.0.2
Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 9.0.2