We’ve compiled couple of lists of our favorite jailbreak tweaks for iOS 9 so far. But we continue to find some useful tweaks, so here’s another list of some cool tweaks that are compatible with iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2:
FaceDown is a nifty little jailbreak tweak that locks your iPhone when you put it face down. It looks like it makes use of motion coprocessor like iOS 9’s battery saving Facedown Detection feature, so it will work only on iPhone 5s or later. It won’t work on the iPad or iPod touch.
The tweak provides a quick way to respring your device by allowing you to swipe up on the Home screen card in the App Switcher.
Cog is another nifty tweak, it tells you if you were the last to send a message or receive a message from a Contact without opening the conversation.
Cuttlefish is a new iOS 9 tweak that uses the color of the icon for the 3D Touch menu background blur tint. It looks pretty cool.
Mutiny allows you to mute a conversation directly from the conversation list.
RevealMenu is another jailbreak tweak that brings 3D Touch-style Quick Actions to any iOS 9 device.
Read our RevealMenu review for more details.
If you’re not fond of the new Spotlight feature in iOS 9, then SpotlightBeGone comes to the rescue. As the name suggests, it lets you disable Spotlight in iOS 9.
Read our SpotlightBeGone review for more details.
As the name suggests, the jailbreak tweak adds Notification badges to the app icon in the App Switcher, which can be quite useful.
It allows you to change the direction of the app switcher, which is handy if you prefer using your iPhone in the right hand.
It allows you to quickly find out which tweaks you’ve installed recently. This can come in handy if you run into a problem after installing some tweaks.
Mobius has been around since iOS 7 days. It brings infinite scrolling to the Home screen and folders in iOS 9.
Read our Mobius review for more details.
Check out the video of the new iOS 9 jailbreak tweaks in action:
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You can check our post for the complete list of iOS 9 compatible jailbreak apps and tweaks:
For tutorials on how to jailbreak iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2:
- How to Jailbreak iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2 on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using Pangu Jailbreak [Windows]
- How to Jailbreak iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2 on a Mac using Pangu Jailbreak
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