If you customize your device using themes or other user interface tweaks on your jailbroken iPhone, you should be excited to know that a new jailbreak tweak called SetBack. The useful package can be used to save a particular setup you have on your iPhone at any given time in order to revert back to it in the future. We’ve got a full rundown of the tweak ahead.
Jailbreak Apps and Tweaks
It’s that time of the week again for the Best Tweaks of the Week! This week we’ll be taking a look at 4 free tweaks and only 1 paid (it’s only $1.00!). If you’d like take a closer look and find out a little more about Blurry Badges, Apple Event Countdown, SoundIcons, Super Mario Theme for Swing Copters, and SetBack, then stick around and I’ll walk you through them. Let’s jump in!
As we approach the weekend, it is time to wind down and relax for a couple of days with family and friends. If you are planning on kicking back and watching some TV shows or a movie through Apple TV or iTunes, be sure to check out a new jailbreak tweak called LSCCRemote for controlling those two platforms through the Lock screen and Control Center.
If we can divert a minute of your attention away from the news that Apple has sent out invites for its September 9th event and is building an expansion on the Flint Center to maximize the number of attendees, an interesting new jailbreak tweak called WallpaperPlus has been released as a wallpaper customization tool for iPhone and iPad.
Snapchat has emerged as one of the most popular social networks on iPhone, allowing users to send photos, videos and instant messages that disappear after a predetermined number of seconds. Snapchat aficionados looking for an improved experience while using the app should check out a new jailbreak tweak called GhostPrefs, which is a complete preferences menu that greatly enhances the social network.
When you want to adjust the brightness of your iPhone on a stock device, two options that exist are opening Control Center and using the brightness slider or navigating to the Settings app, tapping on the Brightness menu and adjusting the slider within. For jailbroken users looking to simplify this experience, a new jailbreak tweak called Brightness Activator Pro enables you to adjust an iPhone’s brightness with a simple gesture. We have an in-depth rundown of the tweak ahead.
It’s that time again for another Best Tweaks of the Week! We have a pretty good lineup this week so you’d be missing out if you don’t take a look at these tweaks. This week we’ll be taking a look at Grabby, Lumos, SwipeExpander, panicLockPro, LockKeyboard. Let’s dive in!