It’s the weekend again, which means it’s the time when we set about bringing you the hottest jailbreak tweaks for iOS 10 to iOS 10.2. Whether they are updates to existing tweaks or completely new ones, the below twelve offerings should be plenty for you to pour over.
The really good news? They are all compatible up to the latest jailbreakable firmware which happens to be iOS 10.2, so there’s no need to worry in that regard.
As is always the case with these things, we’re going to give you the name of the tweak, the cost and the repository that offers it for download as well as a brief description of what the jailbreak tweak itself does.
Some of these repositories might need to be added to Cydia if they haven’t already been, so keep that in mind if you’re searching and not finding the tweak you’re looking for in Cydia. So with that out of the way, let’s kick on shall we?
Volume Amplifier (BigBoss, $1.99)
Have you ever been trying to listen to music or a podcast on your iPhone or iPad and thought that the speaker could benefit from being a little louder? With Volume Amplifier, that’s all taken care of. In fact, the maximum volume can be increased by up to 200%!
DisplayWeather 10 (BigBoss, Free)
Get a handy, lovely-looking weather forecast right on the iOS Lock screen and Notification Center on an iPhone. This is available on iPads running iOS 10 but Apple for whatever reason has disabled it on iPhone. With this jailbreak tweak though, you can get it even on your iPhone.
CleanNotifications10 (BigBoss, Free)
Take iOS 10’s notifications and spruce them up a bit with this tweak. By “unifying the content blur across each notification,” CleanNotifications10 makes iOS notifications look more, well, clean.
HapticKeyboard (BigBoss, Free)
Keyboard clicks are the work of the devil himself, but having your iPhone vibrate subtly when you tap a key? That’s the kind of thing dreams are made of. Haptic Keyboard makes dreams come true.
CertTimeRemaining (BigBoss, Free)
This will only be of use to you if you know you need it. If not, then move along. If it’s the former, then this tweak can check when your Yalu, Mach_Portal+Yalu or Home Depot jailbreak certificate will expire.
AquaBoard (BigBoss, $2.99)
With AquaBoard installed, you can pretend that your iPhone’s SpringBoard is under water. Tap the screen to create a ripple effect – you know you want to. This tweak has recently been updated with iOS 10 support.
RunMario (BigBoss, Free)
This tweak will make it possible to play Nintendo’s Super Mario Run even if your iOS device is jailbroken, despite Nintendo’s checks.
SmartVPN (BigBoss, Free)
Configure iOS to automatically connect to a VPN when specific apps are launched. Perfect if you need Netflix or Hulu to think you’re somewhere you aren’t.
FingerTouch (BigBoss, Free)
Touching your iOS device’s screen is so 2016. In 2017, we’re all about using the Home button as a source of gestures for controlling iOS. With FingerTouch, that’s eminently possible.
Iconizer (BigBoss, $1.99)
Customization is not one of iOS’s strong points, but with tweaks like Iconizer, that need not be the case. With this tweak installed, users have control over just about every aspect of their SpringBoard icons. You’ll lose hours to playing with this!
OpenNotifier10 (tateu.net/repo, Free)
It’s something Android users have enjoyed for years, but with OpenNotifier10, iOS users can also enjoy notification icons in the Status Bar.
Noti++ (ishanan.github.io, Free)
Following the theme of customization, Noti++ allows iOS users to alter almost every aspect of how notifications are handled within the operating system. You can tweak everything to be just the way you like. Score one for jailbreaking!
You might also like to check out:
- Download MovieBox On iOS 10 / 10.2.1 / 10.3 Without Jailbreak
- iOS 10 / 10.2 / 10.1.1 Compatible Jailbreak Tweaks On Cydia [List]
- Jailbreak iOS 10.2.1 / 10.3 For iPhone And iPad [Latest Status Update]
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