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 from adding gesture-based music controls to the Music app to keeping your device more secure.
3DColorChanger10 ($0.99): changes the background color of 3D Touch menus based on the dominant color of app icons.
Acapella III ($2.99): provides music controls gesture in the stock Music app.
Build That Wall (Free): a fun tweak that toggle’s the government spy settings.
CCPlus (Free): lets you customize the iOS 10 Control Center. [Read our review]
DragMeDown ($1.99): a better multitasking experience for the App Switcher.
Enabled Ethernet (Free): adds Ethernet settings to iOS 10.2.
FolderColor (Free): allows you to customize the color of the Home screen folder background.
Harp (Free): adds haptic feedback to music controls.
iCaughtU Pro ($2.50): an anti-theft tweak for your iPhone.
KB – NoPredictiveBackground (Free): removes the background of predictive keyboard.
Kotak 10 (Free): removes the rounded corners of various UI elements in iOS 10 such as alerts and notifications.
MinimalRedditSnoo (Free): customizes the Reddit app to shrink the size of the subreddit snoo.
MoonPhase ($0.99): displays the current phase of the moon in Status bar.
Pasithea 2 ($1.99): an efficient way of managing your iPhone’s clipboard history. [Read our review]
PreferMyFi 2 (Free): lets you prioritize the WiFi networks to join.
ShotBanner 10 (Free): displays confirmation before taking a screenshot on iPhone.
SiriSpotlight (Free): prefixes Prefixes Spotlight searches with ‘Siri’.
Skinnyhud (Free): lets you customize the volume HUD.
StoreSwitcher ($0.99): allows you to quickly switch between multiple App Store accounts.
Temporal ($1.15): displays the world clock on the Lock screen. [Read our review]
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:
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