It’s the weekend folks, and while that means a great many things, the only thing we are interested in right now is new Cydia tweaks released for iOS 10-10.2 jailbreak this week.
We just cannot get enough of them here at BrowseBytes and we are sure that you feel the same way. That’s the reason from now that we’ve searched through Cydia store to bring you a list of new or updated tweaks that we think you should check out. By doing so we help letting you know about the tweaks that are released lately..
This week, that list is eight jailbreak tweaks strong, and we think that there is going to be a little bit for everyone, from automatic resigning of the yalu102 jailbreak to another that offers you to enable or disable Do Not Disturb on an app-by-app basis. You’ll find the list below, so let’s jump in.
- Coco (Free, BigBoss)
Apple’s Do Not Disturb mode is a great feature, but sometimes you wish one app could poke right through. That’s where this tweak has your back, with app-by-app levels of Do Not Disturb now a thing that you have control over.
- HUDPlayer (Free, BigBoss)
The stock volume HUD in iOS can be a little boring at times, and HUDPlayer tries to change that.
- CCQuick Pro X ($2.99, BigBoss)
A power user’s dream, this tweak takes Control Center and turns it on its head by allowing additional shortcuts and toggles to be added. and it is having a status bar gesture option which is very cool.
- MirrorlessCamSound (Free, BigBoss)
Have you ever wanted your iPhone’s camera to sound like a full-fledged mirrorless shooter? Of course you have, and now that can happen thanks to this tweak.
- Extender Installer (Free, repo.incendo.ws)
Manually re-sign yalu102 jailbreak no more because this tweak will automate the re-signing of the jailbreak app.
- Accelerated Home Button (Free, BigBoss)
This tweak simply removes the delay after you have pressed your Home button.
- FancyNC (Free, BigBoss)
Another tweak for the power-user, this one allows for plenty of customization of the way Notification Center looks and behaves.
- SafaReaderFullScroll (Free, BigBoss)
Force Safari to open specific web pages either in Reader mode or “Full Scrolling Screen” mode.