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With so much happening in the jailbreak community recently, especially with regard to the unc0ver jailbreak picking up support for iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3, it’s a great time to get involved in the community. Whether you’re new to jailbreaking, returning after a short hiatus, or simply looking forward pwning your handset on the latest firmware, then you’ve come to the right place.

In this roundup, we’ll showcase all the latest jailbreak tweaks and news tidbits from the week spanning Monday, March 1st to Sunday, March 7th. As usual, we’ll talk about our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an easy-to-digest outline of everything else afterward.

So without wasting even another moment of your time, let’s get started!

Our favorite releases this week HomePlus Pro – $2.49

Jailbreakers have long recognized the importance of handset customization, and one of the places where a user’s personalized options shines is the Home Screen.

HomePlus Pro is a jailbreak tweak that lets users customize their handsets’ Home Screen layouts. With it, you can have a custom number of rows and columns, custom spacing, scaling, and more.

You can learn more about HomePlus Pro and how it works in our full review.

SmartNetwork 2 – $1.99

SmartNetwork 2 is a useful jailbreak tweak that gives users more control over their wireless connections, be it Bluetooth, cellular, or Wi-Fi.

In addition to controlling certain device behaviors when connecting or disconnecting from certain wireless connections, this tweak can display all previously-joined Wi-Fi networks and their login passwords in one convenient place for easy reference later down the road.

You can learn more about SmartNetwork 2 and how it works in our full review.

Xenon – $1.99

Xenon is a new jailbreak tweak that lets jailbreakers connect to their handsets’ filesystems from the comfort of their personal computer.

The tweak includes a client for your macOS or Windows PC, which links the filesystem directly to your computer’s native file browser.

You can learn more about Xenon and how it works in our full review.

Other releases this week

Aeaea: Cleans up the look of notification banners and widget platters (free via BigBoss repository)

Anywhere Widgets for iPad: Enables jailbroken iPadOS 14 users to have widgets anywhere on the Home Screen, just like on iOS 14 (free via PoomSmart’s repository  – review)

aquarius: A better Lock Screen Now Playing interface (free via Twickd repository – review)

ColourMyDock: Allows iOS 14 users to colorize their handset’s Dock (free via Packix repository – review)

CompactBatteryAvocado: Displays the battery percentages in iOS & iPadOS 14’s Battery widget, even in 2×2 mode (free via udevs repository – review)

CopyKey: Adds new buttons to the bottom of the keyboard for editing text (free via Packix repository – review)

DeleteForeverXS: Allows users to quickly delete media from the Photo Library without using the Recently Deleted album (free via Packix repository – review)

DisablePasteTips: Disables the iOS 14 prompts that tell you when something gets pasted from the clipboard (free via BigBoss repository – review)

HideWidgetNames: Hides iOS 14’s widget labels (free via ckosmic repository)

IconState: Lets jailbreakers preserve their custom app icon layouts between device reboots (free via PoomSmart’s repository)

iWall: A wallpaper tweak for jailbroken devices (free via BigBoss repository)

MsgSwap: A more accessible way to sent photos in the Messages app (free via BigBoss repository – review)

NotabilityUndo: Tap with two fingers to undo in Notability ($0.99 via Packix repository)

Opal Travel Jailbreak Detection Bypass: Bypasses jailbreak detection for the Opal Travel App (free via Packix repository)

Quorra: Brings iOS 14’s indicator dots to jailbroken iOS 12 and 13 devices (free via BigBoss repository – review)

ShakeItOff: Shake your device to trigger useful actions (free via nahtedetihw repository – review)

SortingSwipe: Quickly sort your Home Screen’s app icons with a swipe (free via BigBoss repository – review)

SpotBetter: Allows users to customize Spotlight (free via Packix repository)

StripeCount: Displays the number of installed packages in the Zebra package manager app (free via BigBoss repository – review)

TextTime: Displays the Lock Screen’s time as text instead of as numbers (free via BigBoss repository – review)

Userscript Manager: Allows users to augment their web browsing experience with custom scripts (free via BigBoss repository)

Vinyl: A simplified look for the Lock Screen’s Now Playing widget with full-fledged user customization options (free via BigBoss repository – review)

Yobun Pro: A Swiss-Army Knife of utilities from one easy-to-summon user interface ($2.49 via Packix repository – review)

Additional important jailbreak tidbits

AltStore: The popular application side-loading platform for macOS and Windows was updated to version 1.4.4 this past week with improvements for iOS & iPadOS 14.

Odyssey: The iOS & iPadOS 13-based Odyssey jailbreak tool was updated to version 1.3.0 this week with userspace reboot support and bug fixes. Version 1.3.1 beta 1 was also released later on with support for the new cicuta_verosa exploit.

unc0ver: The unc0ver jailbreak tool received its first round up updates since being released last weekend. Learn how to use it in our step-by-step tutorial.

That concludes this week’s jailbreak tweak and news roundup, but we’ll be coming right back at you next Sunday with an updated outline of all the good stuff that you come to iDownloadBlog to see.

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Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: 3Dapplock, Iconizer, & More…

Since the launch of the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak from Pangu, Cydia has been surging with new jailbreak tweak releases. The change in atmosphere has brought an end to the drought, at least for now.

In this roundup, we’ll talk about all of the jailbreak tweaks that were released this week, starting with our favorites and then moving on to the rest.

Our favorites this week 3DAppLock – $1.49

With 3DAppLock, you can lock your apps from being launched by using a 3D Touch gesture on them from the Home screen. You can then require that the user uses Touch ID or a preset passcode to authenticate themselves before the app can be opened.

This is a feature that is particularly useful for those of you who want to let people use your device, but don’t want them opening personal apps, such as Facebook or Twitter.

The tweak works with other tweaks like RevealMenu to allow you to use it on non-3D Touch devices as well. For more information about how 3DAppLock works, check out our full review.

Iconizer – $1.99

Iconizer lets you add as many trippy effects as you want to the Home screen in various ways.

Among the things you can play with are effects for the Home screen app icons, the app icon images themselves, the app icon labels, and you can even change the effects of the Dock as well.

This tweak is very in-depth and to learn more about it, we suggest heading over to our full review to see what’s possible with it.

Genous – $1.99

For those of you who want the perfect app icon spacing and custom amount of rows and columns of apps on the Home screen, Genous has you covered.

With this tweak, you can easily adjust all the aforementioned qualities of the Home screen to make it easier for you to have Home screen-based widgets, or to make it easier to see a pleasant wallpaper behind your apps.

For minimalists, the tweak is also convenient for un-cluttering your Home screen.

You can read our full review on Genous to learn more about what it’s capable of and how to use it.

Other releases this week

AlwaysTouch: Unlock using Touch ID even if you don’t have a passcode (free – review)

Cleo: The way Control Center should have looked from the beginning ($1.99 – review)

Copic 2: Enables Contact pictures just about everywhere in iOS 9 ($1.99)

Easy Ringtone: Lets you create ringtones from various media sources (free)

InternalLock: Adds Apple’s internal contact information to the Lock screen (free)

LockShot: Blurs the Lock screen so you can almost see what’s waiting for you behind it ($0.99 – review)

MessageMarkdown: Enables text markdown features in the iOS Messages app (free – review)

NukeCCNiteShift: Removes the Night Shift toggle button from Control Center (free – review)

Talus: A widget with various functionalities built in ($1.99 – review)

VolBright: Lets you change the display brightness with the volume buttons (free – review)

Wave2Wake: Lets you wake your device by waving in front of the proximity sensor ($0.99 – review)

And that wraps it up for this week’s jailbreak tweak releases. If you’re itching to see more, you can continue to stay tuned to iDB for the most in-depth jailbreak tweak coverage on the web. Moreover, you can also read last week’s roundup in case you missed anything from last week.

Also read: The best jailbreak tweaks for iOS 9.3.3

What were your favorite releases this week? Share below!

Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Airdropconfirm, Audicy, Swipeextenderx, And More…

Dealing with this COVID-19 situation has been tough for many, but at least you can spend your free time tinkering with your jailbroken iPhone or iPad.

In this roundup, we’ll discuss all the latest jailbreak tweaks to be released from Monday, March 30th to Sunday, April 5th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week AirDropConfirm – FREE

Not to hate on AirDrop, but it can be a little too easy to share files with someone else by accident. That’s because it only takes one tap to initiate a file transfer, and there really isn’t a way to cancel that transfer.

AirDropConfirm is a new and free jailbreak tweak that solves this problem by adding a confirmation message to the AirDrop interface. In doing so, you have to specifically confirm that you want to send a file before you do.

You can learn more about AirDropConfirm and how to get it in our full review.

Audicy – $3.49

Audicy is a useful utility for jailbroken devices that lets users import media to their handset’s native libraries, including Music, Videos, Podcasts, Ringtones, and Camera Roll without the use of a computer.

The tweak integrates seamlessly into iOS’ native share sheet and downloading system, allowing users to trim media, add metadata, and import without so much as a hitch.

You can learn more about Audicy and how it works in our full review.

SwipeExtenderX – $2.49

The iPhone has one of the best software keyboards in the smartphone industry, but there’s always room for improvement. You may not feel like there’s need for improvement, however, until you catch a glimpse of a new jailbreak tweak called SwipeExtenderX.

This tweak integrates more than 20 new features into iOS’ native keyboard interface, allowing for useful shortcuts that can make text-editing and general texting easier on a smaller screen.

You can learn more about SwipeExtenderX and how it works in our full review.

Other releases this week

BetterSettingsFix: Fixes a bug with he headers in BetterSettings on iOS 13 (free via Packix repository)

ChinesePaymentBar: An extension for BottomToolBar that helps you use famous Chinese payment apps (free via Packix repository)

Clockator: Brings haptic feedback to iOS’ native Clock application (free via BigBoss repository – review)

DockX 13: Brings iPhone X-centric Dock features to older iPhones on iOS 13 (free via BigBoss or Twickd repository)

FingerLock: A fun and awesome way to unlock your device (free via Twickd repository – review)

Foldr: A simple tweak for enhancing your iPhone’s folders (free via BigBoss repository)

GesUnedrX: Ports the iPhone X-style gestures, Status Bar, and more to older iPhones (free via BigBoss repository)

iPicMyContactsX: Force contact photos to appear in the Contacts app list ($1.50 via Packix repository)

NoZoomJB: Disables the jailbreak alert message in the Zoom app (free via Twickd repository)

PokeBar: Brings Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow-style notification banners to jailbroken iOS 13 devices (free via Packix repository – review)

QQMusicHDLoginFix: Fixes a crash when attempt to log in to the QQMusic app (free via BigBoss repository)

Rofi: An application shortcut launcher tweak (free via BigBoss repository – review)

Secret Message: Lets you hide the contents of notifications ($1.99 via Twickd repository)

TabBaraptic: Brings haptic feedback to tab bars system-wide (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

TransparentNotif: Cleans up the aesthetics of your incoming notification banners (free via BigBoss repository)

That just about wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to remain updated regarding novel releases as they materialize.

If you’re looking for more tweaks, then consider adding third-party Cydia repositories to your device to expand your scope and check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup in case you missed anything special. We also have several dedicated roundups to help you find cool ways to tweak your jailbroken iOS device below:

Those interested in jailbreaking might also find the following tutorials helpful:

Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Airport, Hideyourapps, Springtomize 4, And More

We’ve witnessed an unprecedented number of high-quality jailbreak tweak releases in the last several weeks, and for that reason, we like to cap off each weekend with a roundup to ensure that you don’t miss anything good.

In this roundup, we’ll showcase all the most notable jailbreak tweaks released from Monday, May 12thto Sunday, May 19th. As usual, we’ll discuss our favorite releases first and then outline the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week AirPort – FREE

If you’re trying to use a pair of second-generation AirPods with your jailbroken handset, then you might not be as satisfied with the experience as someone using iOS 12.2 or later would be.

AirPort is a newly-released jailbreak tweak that ports the standard AirPods pairing interface and Battery widget glyphs to devices with older versions of iOS so that even second-generation AirPods users can enjoy the latest features on a jailbroken device.

You can learn more about how the tweak works and why it’s a must-have in our full review.

HideYourApps – FREE

If you’ve ever been in the market for a no-BS app-hiding solution for your Home screen that doesn’t involve making a folder to stash unused apps, then HideYourApps is the tweak you’ve been looking for.

With HideYourApps, you can specify which apps do and don’t appear on your Home screen, and as you might come to expect, all hidden apps can still be accessed via Siri or Spotlight.

You can learn more about HideYourApps and where to get it in our full review.

LabelChanger – FREE

Your Home screen is something that you look at every single day, so why not give your app icon labels a new and refreshing appearance?

With LabelChanger, you can make your app icon labels bold, change their color, adjust their background color, and much more.

LabelChanger is a great way to make your Home screen stand out from the rest of the crowd, and so if you’re interested in learning more about it, then you should check out our full review.

Springtomize 4 – $4.99

The ever-so-popular Springtomize jailbreak tweak has been re-released in the Packix repository as Springtomize 4 with full support for iOS 11-12.1.2 baked in.

Those who love the seemingly-endless customization options that Springtomize brought to the table all these years will have no regrets downloading the latest iteration.

If you’re curious about what the tweak can do for you, then we recommend delving into our full review.

Other releases this week

Arkrome: Enables the live battery percentage in the Status Bar’s battery icon (free via BigBoss repository)

BatteryPercentA12: The popular BatteryPercent tweak updated for A12(X) devices (free via dpkg9510’s repository)

BrowserDefault: Lets you specify a default web browser on your jailbroken iOS device (free via Packix repository – review)

clearWeatherToolbar: Makes the bottom toolbar in the Weather app clear (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

Fabric: A native and dynamic Lock screen time view ($1.50 via Packix repository – review)

iCanReadYOU: Always read the received WhatsApp Messenger deleted messages (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

iCanSaveYOU: Save or download the WhatsApp status media to your photo library (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

LockDock (Demo): A free demo of the LockDock tweak (free via Dynastic Repo repository)

Low Power Timer: Disables the timer after activating Low Power Mode (free via BigBoss repository)

Modernize: Modernized interfaces for the power down menu, volume HUD, and more ($3.00 via Packix repository – review)

Pasithea 2 (iOS 10 to 12): A full-fledged clipboard manager for iOS ($2.00 via Packix repository – review)

Relocate Module (Control Center): A Control Center toggle for the Relocate tweak (free via Nepeta repository)

RotaryPass: A rotary-style passcode input screen for iPhone ($2.99 via Geometric Software repository – review)

Springfinity: Lets you scroll infinitely through your Home screen (free via BigBoss repository)

That just about wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to remain updated regarding novel releases as they materialize.

If you’re looking for more tweaks, then consider adding third-party Cydia repositories to your device to expand your scope and check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup in case you might’ve missed anything. We also have several dedicated roundups to help you find ways to tweak your jailbroken iOS 11 and/or 12 device below:

Those interested in jailbreaking iOS 11 and 12 might also find the following tutorials helpful:

Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: App Center, Falcon, Reformx, & More…

It’s been pretty busy in the jailbreak community these last couple of weeks, mostly due to the release of the Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak just a few weeks ago, but no one around here is complaining about that!

In this roundup, we’ll be summarizing all of the jailbreak tweaks that we showed you this week, just in case you think you might have missed anything important. We’ll start with our favorites and then move on to the rest afterwards.

Our favorite releases this week

App Center – $3.99

App Center is fun new jailbreak tweak that adds running apps into their own individual pages of Control Center.

It utilizes up to nine of your recently-used apps and lets you use them in windowed mode so you can easily swipe between them for faster app multitasking.

To learn more about how the tweak works, we highly suggest reading our full review to see all of its features.

Falcon – $1.49

Falcon adds a number of new features to your Lock screen and to Notification Center by way of additional pages.

Among the things it can add are a page for toggles, a page for web browsing, and a page for jotting down quick notes. You can even secure your toggles with Touch ID so that only you can mess with them.

To learn more about what Falcon has to offer, check out our full review.

Kaze – FREE

Kaze brings one of the most popular ways to multitask from Auxo into a standalone jailbreak tweak.

By swiping up from your select ‘hot corner,’ you can easily access any of your recently used apps without ever lifting your finger from your display. When you do, the app you had selected will launch.

To learn more about Kaze, you can read our full review.

ReformX – FREE

ReformX is another jailbreak tweak that is worth checking out, mostly because it lets you change up your Home screen any way you’d like to.

Free of cost, this is like a lite version of Springtomize, and lets you change up your Home screen, dock, and folder icons any way you like, among many other miscellaneous settings.

Anyone who is into deep customization of their devices should check this tweak out, and we have a full review you can check out if you’re interested in learning more about it.

Spin10 – $0.99

Spin10 is a great tweak for changing up the way your Lock screen looks when you have music playing on your device.

Instead of the normal blocky Now Playing interface that normally shows up, Spin10 takes a much rounder approach to things by bringing circular album artwork, circular buttons, and even a circular song scrubber to your Lock screen.

You can read more about Spin10 in our full review.

Other releases this week

CCWallCustomizer: Lets you change the background of Control Center (free – review)

Dice – For Tinder: A tweak that “boosts” your dating experience in the Tinder app (free)

EnableCCMute: Enables the mute toggle in Control Center on all devices (free – review)

Eyeplugs: Keeps banners away while in applications (free – review)

Facebook Legacy UI: Takes your Facebook UI back a notch so it looks like a previous version (free)

Lockscreen Custom Text iOS10: Customize the Press Home to Unlock text on the iOS 10 Lock screen (free)

Nest10: Allows nested folders on all iOS versions later than iOS 8 (free – review)

No Suggestions YouTube: Removes the new “suggestions/related” popup that appears in the YouTube app (free)

NotifyMusic: Get a notification banner when a song changes on your device (free – review)

NougatFolder: Makes your iOS 10 folders look more like those on Android Nougat (free – review)

onion: Peels a layer off of Control Center for a nicer look (free – review)

PerfectFit: Forces older apps that haven’t been updated for your screen size to fit your display (free – review)

Phone Tools: Customize the Phone app to your liking (free – review)

Sensible: Use your Touch ID sensor as a Home button (free)

SpotifyCancelDoesCancel: Makes the cancel button in Spotify automatically close the “Add to Playlist” view (free)

SpotifyOfflineSwitch Flipswitch: A way to toggle Spotify’s offline mode on or off with Flipswitch (free)

SwipeToClearNotification10: Clear all of your Lock screen or Notification Center notifications with a swipe (free)

TeloletCharging 10: Change the sound effect you hear when connecting your device to charge (free)

TouchUnlock: Lets you interact with your iPhone even during the unlock animation (free)

UnpagedControlCenter: Removes paging from Control Center (free)

ViewBatteryBold: Makes the battery percentage in the Status Bar bold (free)

YouTube Tools: A toolbox for customizing the YouTube app to your liking (free)

9Folderz: Makes iOS 10 folders more like iOS 9 folders (free)

Although that wraps it up for this week, we’re sure there will be a bevy of new jailbreak tweaks coming out in the next few weeks, so keep your eyes peeled and keep it tuned to iDB for the latest on all of them!

In case you missed anything last week, don’t forget to skim through last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup.

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The Most Amazing Science Images Of The Week, July 2

It was hard to fight off the temptation to make this week’s roundup just a collection of fireworks shots, but we managed to also find the world’s largest crocodile, a massive light installation in Singapore, protests against nuclear power in Japan, and a bunch more of the most amazing science and tech imagery out there.

Aurora over Crater Lake

Photographer Brad Goldpaint took this shot of the Aurora Borealis over Oregon’s Crater Lake a few weeks ago. It’s a gorgeous one. Check out his site for more.

World’s Largest Croc

This crocodile, found in the Philippines, is officially the world’s largest, at more than 20 feet long. It’s suspected of killing two people, which is partly why these people seem so excited to strap it onto a wagon.

All At Once

This year’s fireworks display in San Diego didn’t come off quite as planned–every firework was set off at the same time, leading to a giant explosion of light and sound. This great shot was from the Instagram of an attendee.

Nuclear Protests

As Japan re-opens its nuclear facilities, protesters lined the streets to show their opposition. Understandably, given the recent conclusion that the Fukushima meltdown was the fault of the government and its regulators.

Trees of Light

This shot shows Singapore’s Garden by the Bay, a massive show of light and sound which we wish dearly would come to New York.

Olympic Camp

Lest you think that running is one of the simpler Olympic events, tech-wise, look no further than Nike’s insane Olympic Camp in Oregon. It took eight months to build and includes a 100-meter Speed Tunnel, head-to-head treadmills, and more LED lights than we’d ever thought necessary for a training facility. Read more here.

The Prawn

Astrophotographer Dieter Willasch created this great shot of the Prawn Nebula, in the tail of Scorpius. It’s about 6,000 light-years away. Read more here.

Not From Outer Space

This image may look like it’s capturing a faraway star or some other celestial body, but it’s not–it’s actually the first-ever snapshot of an individual atom’s shadow. Read more here.


Another great fireworks shot, this was taken in Kansas City, Kansas, where the fireworks and the moon both lit up the sky. For more great photojournalism like this, check out American Photo.

Digital Mecca

Muslims often use a compass to figure out which direction to lay their prayer mats in order to face Mecca, as they must do several times per day. So why not embed a digital compass and a bunch of LEDs, so the mat lights up when it’s facing the right direction? It’s currently a concept residing on Kickstarter, waiting for funding. Read more here.

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