We’re back with a compilation of seven more new or updated iOS 10 jailbreak tweaks, including Horseshoe v2, GalaxyPulse, SkinnySettings, Thumbtack, and more.

It’s that time of the week again, where we gather together a list of new and updated jailbreak tweaks that we think you will appreciate.

There are in fact seven of them, and while we are pretty confident that you will be able to find something to tickle your fancy here, there’s no need to fret if you don’t because we will have a brand new list next week! This time around we have a Camera app customization tweak, another for the Settings app, a tweak that brings back the look and feel of classic iOS notifications and more. With that intro out the way, shall we just get on with the show?

SmartCameraShutter (BigBoss, Free)

Change how the gestures behave and how the shutter buttons act in the stock Camera app.

SkinnySettings (BigBoss, Free)

This tweak takes the stock Settings app and makes it look much cleaner, removing all the unnecessary dividers and colored icons.

Classic (BigBoss, Free)

Change how notifications appear in iOS 10, making them look much more like the notifications used in older versions of the operating system.

Horseshoe v2 (BigBoss, $2.50)

Have you ever wished that iOS 10’s Control Center was customizable and all on one page? Of course you have, and this tweak will make it happen.

LaunchInSafeMode (BigBoss, Free)

An additional 3D Touch shortcut, this allows for apps for be launched in safe mode, preventing the firing up of anything using Substrate.

Thumbtack (BigBoss, Free)

A simple tweak, Thumbtack allows the pinning of notes to the top of the stock Notes app in iOS.

GalaxyPulse (antiquebeta.github.io, Free)

Have you ever seen how a Samsung Galaxy device pulses from the bottom of the screen when it is plugged into power? It’s a cool, if ultimately pointless effect and now you can have the same thing on an iPhone.

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