The functionality of the second version remains almost the same: the tweak appeals to users who want to make fascinating visual changes to the stock iOS interface, without installing any WinterBoard themes.
All the options in Athena 2 are handled in the Settings app, and another highlight is that the changes made don’t require a respiring or a reboot.
The appeal of this tweak is that individual app icons can be rendered on an individual basis, allowing users to vary their color modes and apply tinting to create a unique visual experience. The new version also produces a fast rendering experience.
And this is how it looks like on iPhone: