iOS 10, 10.1.1 & 10.2 Jailbreak Tweaks: Here Are the Roundup List This Week; BatteryLife, Onion & More!
It's time for all iOS jailbreak users again to learn some tweaks for their devices where Cydia can be of great help to offer some of the newest and recently updated ones that are compatible with the latest iOS 10, iOS 10.1.1 and iOS 10.2 firmware. These tweaks work great with jailbroken iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices.
After a long wait, reports say that the jailbreak community now has a functioning and publicly accessible jailbreak solution for iOS 10 on all 64-bit devices that are running firmware versions up to iOS 10.2. To see the complete list of these tweaks, check out Redmond Pie.
Kaze is free with hot corners and a quick switcher for apps that will take switching between apps a step further. Sensible is also free where users don't need to press the Home Button to have it activated but only to configure Touch ID to perform all stuff in the device.
BatteryLife is another free tweak, which is perfect for those users whose battery is no longer performing well as it used to. With this tweak, users would be able to check the battery's health and check all kinds of metrics.
Onion is also free, which removes at least a layer from Control Center that makes it flatter and the icons would look like they're floating. Eyeplugs is free where users would be able to set iOS to only show the banner notifications on an app-by-app basis.
ReformX is free as well that makes the Home Screen and icon customization feature a handy preset function for sharing and saving configurations purposes. NougatFolder is free that will make iOS look like Android Nougat-style folders.
Spin costs $0.99 that brings circular media controls to lock screen. Falcon is $1.49 where users would be able to add toggles and stuff such as a notepad and web browser to the Notification Center and lock screen. App Center costs $3.99 that brings apps to Control Center and can have them run in their very own pages.