Adjusting the brightness level on your iPhone is as simple as launching Control Center and using the brightness slider. Now, a new jailbreak tweak dubbed as VolBright aims to make this task even simpler by turning it into a one-step process.
Jailbreak Apps and Tweaks
Jailbreak is all about customizing your iOS device. You can install various Cydia tweaks to enjoy new features and functionality on your iPhone, replace the default font with something more fascinating as well as theme your device to bring a refreshing look to it.
One of the many advantages of jailbreaking is having a complete control over how you want your device to look like. This should mostly be attributed to efforts that Cydia developers put into developing tweaks that provide new and unique customization options. Now, a new jailbreak tweak known as Cleo changes the way you interact with Control Center and brings a new look and feel to it.
In case you were busy last week and didn’t get a chance to check out 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 iOS 10-styled larger Emoji to iOS 9 to providing a feature-rich music player widget.
Do you remember the parallax effect which was introduced in iOS 7? It brings a sense of dimension to your Home screen by tilting the wallpaper behind the app icons as you move your device around. This feature is still present in iOS 9, but most of us might have turned it off already.
In an attempt to clear the Home screen on iPhone, certain apps may get deleted by mistake. This is not a big issue as the deleted app can be re-downloaded again from the App Store. However, if you remove the Pangu jailbreak app by mistake, it can be a hassle to get it back as you have to connect your device to your computer and reinstall the app using Cydia Impactor.
Messages in iOS 10 has received tons of new features, bringing an entirely new experience to communicate with your friends. One amazing feature is sending bigger Emojis to your contacts.
A few months ago, we reviewed TinyPlayer Lite, a jailbreak tweak that provides system-wide access to music controls. The developer has now released TinyPlayer Pro that comes jammed with many new features, making the tweak much more fun to use.
If you’ve used certain Android devices, you must have noticed the haptic feedback they provide whenever a key is pressed on the virtual keyboard. While many iPhone users are not used to it, some wished that this was an added feature in iOS. Fortunately, if you’re jailbroken, you can get this functionality with the use of a new jailbreak tweak known as HapticFeedback.