If somehow you don’t like the iPhone’s default font, and you want to apply another font to your iPhone, there is an easy way to do it. It consists of 3 steps, installing BytaFont from Cydia (in case you don’t know, to have Cydia installed your iPhone needs to be jailbroken), downloading the font and the last but not the least applying the downloaded font.
First of all make sure you are connected to a Wi-Fi spot and open Cydia.
Every jailbroken iPhone has the modmyI repository so you will not need to add new repos to Cydia. Tap on the search section on the bottom left corner and write Bytefont in the top. After the search tap on Bytefont and than tap on install in the right top corner, after which you will need to tap on Confirm to start downloading BytaFont. Now just wait for the procedure to finish and tap on Return to Cydia.
Downloading the Font
The second step of this guide is downloading the font you want. So first you would have to choose a font which you would like to apply to your iPhone before downloading. Open your downloaded BytaFont App. On the Home tab tap on Browse fonts. Now you will have to choose how the fonts are arranged on your screen. You have some categories that you can choose. Choose one. I recommend you choose alphabetically or the most downloaded section.
Click on the font you like to see the screenshots. You have 6 screenshots which you can change by clicking on the numbers in the top as highlighted in the picture.
After you choose your font, now it’s time to go back to Cydia and download the font. Open Cydia. Go to the Sections tab in the bottom then slide to the Font Section. Find your desired font, tap on the font and continue to tap on install and then confirm. Wait for Cydia to finish the installing process and quit Cydia.
Applying the Font
And the last step is to apply the desired font. Open BytaFont. Tap on the Basic Tab in the Bottom.
Tap on the font you want to install and tap on Yes. Your SpringBoard will respring. Wait for the respring and you will see that your selected font was applied.
Notice: If you don’t like the font you have installed you can always go back to the original (default) iPhone font, but before that you will need to download Original_iOS(xx) font from Cydia in the Fonts section, where xx is the version of your iOS on your iPhone.