It’s that time of the week again where we settle down to check out some of the best new and updated jailbreak tweaks that we have come across, and as has become the norm, each and every one of them is compatible with iOS 10.

We know that finding great tweaks can be a bit of a bind, and while Cydia is a great tool for downloading and installing new tweaks, its ability to surface the gems leaves a lot to be desired. That is where we come in, and this week, we have seven tweaks that we want to share with you.

We think that there will be something for everyone in this collection, ranging from a free offering that bypasses the volume settings for certain calls, another that brings back the iOS 9 Control Center interface to iOS 10 and a tweak that adds animated album artwork to the lock screen.

So without further ado, let’s just jump right in, shall we?

PowerCaller (BigBoss, Free)

This tweak is a simple one that overrides the Mute switch and boosts the ringer volume for calls from specific numbers. You will never miss an important call again.

PPTPFix (BigBoss, Free)

Apple removed support for PPTP VPN in iOS 10. This little tweak adds it back. Score one for the jailbreakers! For more on PPTPFix, check out: How To Enable PPTP VPN Support In iOS 10.

ringUI (BigBoss, Free)

This one will give users the option to make a whole host of visual elements in iOS a distinctive square shape. If you like squares, you will like ringUI.

CCNoFloating (BigBoss, Free)

Not a fan of iOS 10’s slightly altered Control Center interface that saw it leave spaces either side of the pane and gave it a sort of floating effect? CCNoFloating will bring back the Control Center of the iOS 9 days.

ArtworkAnimations (BigBoss, Free)

Animated album artwork on the iOS lock screen? Yes, please!

NoUpdatesAvailable (BigBoss, Free)

Makes the Update tab in the App Store look much cleaner by removing all previously updated apps, showing only those that still need to be updated.

EnhancedSwitcherClose (BigBoss, Free)

Enhance the stock app switcher by having different actions occur depending on where you swipe an app to. There are many options to configure, including kill all apps, respring and relaunch all applications.

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