ColorClock is a unique mod that allows you to change the color of both the time and the date on your lockscreen. I will say that this mod might not be for everyone. It is based on the RGB color codes and doesn’t have a crazy UI or anything… it’s pretty simple. Once you have installed ColorClock via Cydia, you will find the controls in your stock Settings application. Below is a screenshot of what the controls look like. Basically, you are creating a color based on RGB decimal color codes. The sliders go in order Red, Green, Blue.
So… I wanted to make my lockscreen clock a nice magenta pink (to match my chat bubbles of course), so I slid the R (top slider) to the right to add more red, the G (second slider) to the left to have less green and the B (bottom slider) about half way to get a fair amount of blue in my pink. If you are not big on trying to figure out your own color, this website allows you to choose a color and then will give you the color codes or it gives you a few pre-picked colors with codes and you can just use those codes to adjust the sliders in the app. I personally like to make my own colors… I kind of geek out on that stuff.
One nice thing about this mod is that it does not respring your device. If you change the color, you can just close the Settings app and lock your device and the color will be changed. Very nice.
Note: if you would like to set your font back to white, but would like to leave the mod installed, you can just adjust the sliders all the way to the right (255,255,255) to create white.