New iOS 10 Jailbreak Tweak Releases: Photicon, LunaSafari, OTADisabler, More
It’s that time of the week again where we share some of the newly released iOS 10 jailbreak tweaks that have managed to catch our attention, some because they are new and others simply because it’s the first time we have come across them on the Cydia store.
Whatever the reason, we’re sharing them with you, the jailbreak users, here right now and we’re sure there is something for everyone here.
If your favorite new jailbreak tweak is missing, then we apologize, but there’s only room for so many here. Who knows? We might get to it next week! In the meantime, why not try one of these tweaks out on your compatible jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device – you never know, there might be a hidden gem in there somewhere.
So without any further delay, let’s get started with the best new jailbreak tweak releases that are compatible with iOS 10-10.1.1, shall we?
Photicon (BigBoss, Free)
This tweak may be more of an aesthetic addition to iOS than one that will bring great new functionality, but if you ever found yourself wishing that the Photos app icon showed you the last taken photo or an image of choice instead of that boring app icon, you’ll want to get this installed forthwith. It’s free, so why not?
AdaptiveColorAlerts (BigBoss, Free)
People who modify the way their phones look to within an inch of their life have often complained about how the standard iOS alerts look. With AdaptiveColorAlerts installed, users can now have alerts whose color more closely matches whatever is being displayed in the background. I’d argue that makes them more difficult to read, but then again I’ve never been accused of being stylish so maybe I’m just wrong!
As far as simple tweaks go, this is right up there. Once installed, there is nothing to configure, but you’ll notice that you’re now seeing the stock black iOS keyboard no matter where you are in the system. White keyboard, be gone!
LunaSafari (antiquebeta.github.io, Free)
Everyone seems to love a dark mode these days, and while iOS still doesn’t have a system-wide dark UI, those who prefer things a little more easy on the eye can now have Safari run in dark mode all the time. Who wouldn’t want that?
OTADisabler (cydia.ichitaso.com, Free)
Another simple tweak, OTADisabler aims to prevent users from accidentally updating to a new version of iOS that is not yet able to be jailbroken. It’s still in beta form, but if you don’t want to go the route of installing an AppleTV profile to do much the same thing, this is worth checking out.