Friday, November 20, 2015

Springtomize 3 Tweak iOS 9 Update Will Be Released Very Soon

Jalbreakers, we have good news about Springtomize 3 tweak iOS 9 update. The tweak that many of us like to use is few steps to be released with 9 version support. Springtomize 3, the popular jailbreak tweak originally developed by Filippo Bigarella, is right around the corner for those users who have already jailbroken iOS 9 iPhone with Pangu tool.

If you have never heard about Springtomize tweak that is almost impossible, then it’s a tweak that essentially lets you customize a wide variety of SpringBoard attributes.


Springtomize 3 is an essential jailbreak tweak for users who wish to customize their iPhone, iPad or iPod for a refreshed look and feel. The tweak offers customizable options that are previously impossible to achieve in stock iOS settings. Springtomize 3 brings a wide stock of customizable options as adjusting transition speed, hiding dock labels, customizing the dock and a lot more. And that’s just the small part of all possible customization options.

The upcoming Springtomize update will carry 1.4 version and it is primarily focused on iOS 9 compatibility. That's why developer Janosch Hubner aka @sharedRoutine has offered his help Flippo to develop the recent update which will be live very soon.


Users with iOS 8 running iDevices can take advantage of the Springtomize 3 tweak right now, while iOS 9 jailbreak users should get their devices ready as the tweak is very near to a release.

Few days back some reports were floating around the web about an unauthorized version of this tweak that was uploaded to some shady third party repo. It is highly recommended to install the Springtomize 3 tweak from any other source as it can ultimately harm your device. It would be better to wait for the original Springtomize 3 tweak iOS 9 update from its host repo.

It is expected that the Springtomize 3 jailbreak tweak will be launched efficiently on Apple’s new iOS 9 platform, bringing with it different options and tools for customizing newer iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus devices. The tweak currently costs $2.99 and possibly the pricing would remain the same for the forthcoming update.

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