Top 20 Free Jailbreak Tweaks for iOS 9

Jailbreak iOS 9

Pangu team surprised everyone by released Pangu iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak tool to jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2.

It has been just over 24 hours since the jailbreak was released, but we already have quite a large number of jailbreak apps and tweaks that are now working with iOS 9. So we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite free jailbreak apps and tweaks for iOS 9 so far.

1. Anemone

Anemone is quickly replacing WinterBoard as the favorite theme manager among our readers. Anemone supports theming folder icons, applying masks, overlays and shadows to icons, changing interface colors across iOS, customizing icon labels, and applying custom blurs.

Repo: anemonetheming.com/nightly/

Install Anemone from the repo mentioned above. Don’t install it from the default repo as it crashes Cydia on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. If you reboot after install (from the default repo), your device will go into a bootloop.

2. WinterBoard 

The best thing about jailbreaking is the ability to customize the look and feel of my iPhone. You no longer need to be greeted by the boring default look of the iOS. WinterBoard enables you to do just that, by allowing you to download custom themes from Cydia, that can be applied to completely change the look and feel of your iOS device.

3. Apple File Conduit 2

Apple File Conduit 2 gives you access to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch’s filesystem in iOS 9.

4. Bloard

Bloard brings dark theme to your iPhone’s keyboard.

5. DietBar

DietBar puts navigation bars on a diet.

Repo: repo.bd452.com

6. Forcy

Forcy is a great new iOS 9 tweak that brings 3D Touch Quick Actions to older iPhones. Check our Forcy review for more details.

7. iCleaner

iCleaner lets you remove unnecessary files from your iOS device and free up storage on your iOS device, which can become a precious commodity over time. It removes unnecessary files such as message attachments, cookies, Safari cache, application cache and more.

8. iFile

iOS 9 comes with an iCloud Drive app, but if you want a full-blown file manager, then check out iFile. It gives you access to your iPhone or iPad’s file system. It also allows you to view various types of files such as pdf, zip, etc.

9. Instrgram++

Instagram++ supercharges the Instagram app by adding features such as allowing you to download photos and videos, display timestamps for posts with customizable date/time format, hide comments in full feed view and lots more.

10. Priority Hub

Priority Hub brings organized notifications to the Lock screen. It is inspired by BlackBerry 10’s priority hub feature.

Read our Priority Hub review for more details.

11. RoundDock

RoundDock is a very simple tweak that rounds out the corners of the top of the dock.

12. SpeedIntensifier

In a nutshell, SpeedIntensifier speeds up animations on your device. You have 3 modes to choose from, Simple, Fusion, and Advanced. Simple only speeds up opening and closing apps, Advanced speeds up all animations on the device. Fusion will be a combination of the 2 in which it will speed up opening and closing of apps and animations within apps, but not some animations including slide to unlock text, or loading indicators.

13. OpenSSH

OpenSSH gives you remote access to your jailbroken iOS device. However, after installing OpenSSH, don’t forget to change your device’s root password to prevent people with malicious intent from remotely accessing your device.

14. LockGlyph

LockGlyph brings Apple Pay’s animation and sound to the Lock Screen when you attempt to unlock your device using Touch ID.

Read our LockGlyph review for more details.

15. Numerals

Numerals is a new tweak that displays the Notification badge count in Roman numbers.

16. Rounder

Rounder gives your Control Center curved edges.

17. Zeppelin

Zeppelin lets you change your iPhone’s carrier logo. Read our post to find out how to change your iPhone’s carrier logo with Zepplin.

18. HideMe8 Lite

HideMe8 Lite is the mother of all jailbreak tweaks when it comes to allowing you hide UI elements.

19. BerryC8

BerryC8 allows you to launch your favorite apps from the Lock screen. Read our BerryC8 review for more details.

20. Date In Statusbar

There’s not much to explain about this tweak. The functionality is right there in the name. This tweak will put the date right int he status bar, which makes it easy to check the date while you’re inside an app, or anywhere on your device.

Repo: repo.rpdev.info

Bonus

Alkaline 

Alkaline is another must-have tweak if you want to customize the look and feel of your jailbroken iPhone. It lets you change your iPhone’s Battery, Wi-Fi, and Data indicators.

Read: How to Change your iPhone’s Battery, Wi-Fi, and Data indicators

We would love to know your favorite jailbreak apps and tweaks, so please do share them in the comments below.

Also check out:

➤ Top 10 Free Cydia Tweaks for iOS 9

You can check our post for the complete list of iOS 9 compatible jailbreak apps and tweaks:

iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2 Compatible Jailbreak Tweaks

For tutorials on how to jailbreak iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2:

You can also check our iOS 9.1 jailbreak page for the latest update:

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