Weekly Roundup: 11 New and Noteworthy Jailbreak Tweaks of the Week (Aug 13)

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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 bringing back the old ‘Slide to Unlock’ slider to iOS 10 to adding shortcuts to the Status bar icons so that you can interact with them.

Atmost ($1.50): an alternative to the once popular PriorityHub tweak, Atmost groups the notifications on Lock screen and Notification Center based on the app that they belong to.

Backspace+ (Free): when you hold the backspace key on your iPhone, after a couple of characters, it starts to clear words. Backspace+ prevents this by forcing single character backspacing at all times.

BlinkBadge (Free): adds blinking animation to app icon badges on the Home screen.

Bio Locker ($1.99): enhances the security of your jailbroken iPhone by allowing you to lock apps, folders, and App Switcher with Touch ID.

CallPlus ($1.50): brings a couple of new features and aesthetic changes to the iOS Phone app.

DockXI (Free): brings rounded corners to the Home screen dock in iOS 10. This makes the dock look similar to the one in iOS 11.

Hera ($1.00): adds shortcuts to the Status bar icons. For instance, you can tap on the Airplane icon to enable or disable Airplane Mode, or tap on the battery icon to toggle Low Power Mode. You can even rearrange the Status bar icons in real-time. [Read our review]

InstagramUICustomizer (Free): lets you customize the interface of the Instagram app.

LSScreenshotLimit (Free): limits the number of screenshots that can be taken on the Lock screen.

Musessions ($3.00): keeps track of all the songs you’ve listened to on your iPhone and displays them all in one place. It’s similar to web browsing history, but for music.

SlideToUnlockX ($0.99): brings the old ‘Slide to Unlock’ slider to iOS 10. [Read our review]

These are all the new tweaks that were released this week. If you’d like to jailbreak iOS 10.2, read the following guide:

If you wish to discover more tweaks to customize your jailbroken iOS device, then you should check out the following articles:

What’s your favorite tweak from this week? Let us know in the comments below.

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