With iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak already out, it’s time for you to explore Cydia and install amazing tweaks that will make your iPhone stand out from the crowd. To help you install packages that are worth checking out, we have compiled a comprehensive list of 100 best free jailbreak tweaks for iOS 9.3.3.
Check out the video by Cody Crouch (iTwe4kz) below to learn more about them.
20 Second Lockscreen: keeps your Lock screen awake for 20 seconds before dimming it
3DNoLag: gets rid of the lag when you invoke 3D touch on an app and removes the background blur slightly.
Activator: allows you use gestures to perform custom actions.
Alkaline: lets you theme the Status bar battery icon.
AlwaysMore For Spotlight: displays more Siri suggestions and apps in Spotlight.
AppColorClose: changes the color of ‘X’ button to the dominant color when apps are in wiggle mode on Home screen.
Appendix: view all the apps in a folder with 3D Touch.
Apple File Conduit “2”: allows you to search through your iPhone’s file system from computer using an application such as iFunBox.
Bars: gives you a more granular look at the cellular signal in Status bar.
BerryC8: places your favorite applications on the Lock screen. Grab an application and pull it down to launch it directly from there.
BetterFiveColumnHomescreen: adds a fifth column of app icons to your Home screen.
BetterFiveIconDock: allows you to place five icons on the Home screen dock.
Bloard: applies a dark shade to the stock iOS keyboard.
BlurryBadges: takes the dominant color of an app icon and applies it to the notification badge of that app.
BottomBar: moves the Status bar to the bottom of Lock screen.
BreadcrumbsAway: lets you hide breadcrumbs in the Status bar with a swipe gesture.
Browser Changer: allows you to change the default browser on your iPhone.
BytaFont 3: lets you change the font style across iOS.
Cask: adds a cascading animation to Settings app when you scroll through it. The tweak can be installed from http://rpetri.ch/repo/.
CCBackground: apply any images to Control Center background.
CCColor: customizes the color of Control Center.
CCDeseperator: removes the separators in Control Center.
CCircle: makes the Control Center buttons and toggles circular.
CCLoader: allows you to hide different sections of Control Center.
CCMeters: adds a new section to Control Center to display the system information such as free storage space, CPU, free ram, upload and download speeds.
CCSettings: adds more toggles to Control Center for mobile data, Location Services, Low Power Mode and so on.
CircleIcons: makes the icons in Settings circular.
Cream: colorizes the Control Center toggles.
Cuttlefish: uses the dominant color of an app for 3D Touch background. The tweak can be installed from the following repo: http://repo.cpdigitaldarkroom.com.
Cylinder: customize the page animation as you scroll through pages.
DetailedBatteryUsage: gives you a more detailed look at your iPhone’s battery consumption.
DeleteForever: allows you to permanently delete a photo in Photos app without putting them in ‘Recently Deleted’ folder.
Ethos: prevents games from turning off the background music on your iPhone.
FaceDown: automatically locks your device when it is facing downwards.
FlashRing: turn your iPhone flash on or off using the physical mute switch on the side of your device.
FlatSafariURL: applies a flat look to the URL bar in Safari.
Floater: adds iOS 10-esque look to Control Center and Notification Center.
Folder6Plus: uses 4×4 grid for folder icon rather than 3×3.
FullFolder9: displays the Home screen folder in fullscreen when opened.
GlowBadge: makes an app icon glow when there’s a pending notification.
Goodges: displays the notification count of an app in its Home screen label.
GrabberApp8: allows you to add a favorite app to Lock screen and launch it directly from there.
Harbor: lets you add as many apps as you’d like to the Home screen dock.
HotDog: allows you to customize certain aspects of iOS such as Lock screen passcode, Call UI and much more.
iCleaner: an extremely useful app that saves storage space on your iPhone by removing unnecessary files.
IconArt: replaces the icon of Music app with the album artwork of the currently playing song. It works with third-party apps as well.
IconBounce: adds bounce animations to the apps on your Home screen dock.
IconRenamer: lets you rename any of your apps.
Incognito Messages: shows your iMessage read receipt to others only when you start typing a reply.
InstaBetter: adds a bunch of new features to Instagram such as fullscreen view of photos, gridview of your timeline and so on.
KeyboardVibrate8: provides haptic feedback when using your iPhone keyboard.
LastApp: switches to the previously open application with an Activator gesture.
LockGlyph: adds a fingerprint glyph to the Lock screen that animates and makes a sound as you use Touch ID.
Messages Customiser: an all-in-one tweak for customizing the Messages app.
MinimalHUD: displays the volume HUD on the side of your screen to make it less obstrusive.
Mobius: lets you go from the last page of Home screen to the first page as you are scrolling.
MTerminal: lets you access terminal on your iPhone.
MultiIconMover: a very useful tweak for moving multiple apps on the Home screen at once.
NCColor: allows you to customize the color of Notification Center.
NCIfNeeded: opens the Notifications tab of Notification Center if there’s any pending notification otherwise it goes to the Today tab.
NCReveal9: uses a different animation when you swipe down to view Notification Center.
NoAppStoreRedirect: prevents popups from appearing in Cydia that redirect you to App Store.
PhoneAppNoFav: hides the Favorites tab in Phone app.
PM, Really?: displays a confirmation when you set an alarm for PM.
PowerTap: lets you reboot, respring or go to safemode from Power Off screen.
PriorityHUB: groups Lock screen notifications based on the app they belong to.
PullToRespring: lets you respring your device when you pull down the Settings interface.
Record ‘n Torch: lets you use the flash while recording videos on your iPhone.
RePower: displays additional options in Power Off screen such as reboot, respring and safemode.
ReturnToSender: replaces the Return button in iOS keyboard with the Send key if you’re in Message app.
RomanPasscode: uses Roman numerals in Lock screen passcode.
RoundDock: makes your Home screen dock round.
SafariCloseAllTabs: close all tabs at once in Safari while keeping selected ones open.
SafariRefresh: swipe down a page in Safari to refresh it.
SafariTabCount: shows the number of tabs open in Safari.
SendDelay: sends an SMS or iMessage after a short delay, allowing you to cancel the delivery if you want.
SmoothCursor: moves the text cursor much smoother as you type on the keyboard.
Speed Intensifier: speeds up the animations in iOS.
SpinSettings: animates the Settings app icon.
SpotlightBeGone: doesn’t show the Spotlight when you swipe the first Home screen page to the right.
StatusBarColor: lets you customize the color of Status bar.
StatusBarTimer: displays the timer from Clock app in Status bar.
StatusModifier: adds the date, RAM info and detailed time to Status bar.
SwipeForMore: lets you swipe packages in Cydia to remove or reinstall them.
SwipeSelection: move the text cursor by swiping on the keyboard.
SwipyFolders: uses the first app in a folder as the folder icon. You can tap on the folder to open the app or swipe up on it to open the folder instead.
Tactful: adds 3D Touch functionality to Cydia for refreshing repos, adding a new repo and much more.
TapTapFlip: tap the screen twice in Camera app to switch between front and rear camera.
Tintch: lets you customize the color of switches in iOS.
TransparentDock: makes your Home screen Dock background transparent.
Unlock Sound: uses an old-school unlock sound when unlocking your device.
VintageSwitcher: brings iOS 6-styled App Switcher to iOS 9.
Wink: hides the Status bar until you tap on it.
Zeppelin: lets you replace the carrier icon in Status bar with a logo of your choice.
These are some of the best free jailbreak tweaks for iOS 9.3.3 that we’d recommend you to check out. If there’s anything else you’d like to recommend then let us know in the comments below.