Free new Cydia release dubbed as Force Delete is allows you to delete or hide apps with a 3D Touch in iOS 9. iOS 10 has made clearing apps from your device a real problem. Before iOS 10 public release developers had the option of adding 3D Touch features to their apps and hackers were trying to implement this feature in jailbreak tweaks. But in iOS 10 every app installed on your device has 3D Touch sharing option. This is great but it has one disadvantage. It can be annoying when you're trying to simply delete and app form your iPhone, and instead the 3D Touch menu keeps popping up. Force Delete tweak solves this problem by letting you delete or hide apps with a 3D Touch in iOS 9. So here is how the tweak actually works.
How To Delete Or Hide Apps With A 3D Touch On iOS 9 iPhone
To begin with you should download Force Delete tweak Cydia’s BigBoss repository. The tweak is available as a free download package. Once it is installed, head over to the tweak's preferences pane to set you changes.
Once done you can use a 3D Touch feature on any app on your iPhone's Home screen to reveal one of the new menu options. You’ll see “Delete this app” option if it’s an App Store app. If you’re using a 3D Touch gesture on a system app, such as manually installed from Cydia or an app pre-installed by Apple you will see the following “Hide this app” option.
However Force Delete is designed for 3D Touch devices, you don’t necessarily need a 3D Touch display to use it. So if you have older iOS 9 iPhone without 3D touch feature but jailbroken you can easily use Force Delete with the revealMenu tweak installed, simulates 3D Touch gestures.