Weekly Roundup: 13 New and Noteworthy Jailbreak Tweaks of the Week (March 26)

In case you were busy this week and didn’t get a chance to check Cydia, don’t worry as we have compiled a list of all the new tweaks that were released in the week which are worth checking out.

The newly released tweaks range bringing new features to the iOS 10 Safari app to letting you censor the content of your notifications.

CanYouLikeNot: prevent the passcode screen from showing after every respring.

CCNoFloating (Free): brings the old Control Center animation to iOS 10.

CustomLockscreenDuration (Free): choose a custom Lock screen sleep duration.

MailClientDefault10 (Free): select the default email app.

MaskMe10 (Free): lets you hide the content of notifications in ioS 10. 

NotifyCensored (Free): hides the content of notifications based on a per-app basis.

PPTPFix (Free): use the native PPTP VPN in iOS 10.

ringUI (Free): makes some of the UI elements of iOS square instead of round.

SafariEnhancer10 (Free): enhances the stock Safari app.

Unicus (Free): customize your Lock screen the way you want.

WidgeficationX (Free): allows you to customize the appearance of widgets in iOS 10.

YouTubeVolume (Free): brings YouTube’s volume HUD to your iPhone.

Zeal ($0.99): lets you take a quick glance about your iPhone’s battery information.

These are the all new tweaks that were released this week. If there’s any tweak missing from this list, let us know in the comments below and we’ll add it.

If you’d like to jailbreak iOS 10.1 – iOS 10.2, read the following guide:

What do you think of this week’s new tweaks? Leave your opinion in the comments below.