Friday, March 31, 2017

New Cydia Tweak Lets One Contact Bypass iPhone’s Silent Mode

With a new Cydia release you can allow one contact to bypass iPhone’s silent mode. Usually you put your iPhone into silent mode by using the switch on the side in situation when you don’t want incoming call to make noise. On the other hand, we all have someone special person in our lives we still want to hear notifications from, regardless of everyone else. That's why PowerCaller jailbreak tweak comes in handy as it lets you override the mute switch and boost the ringtone volume for one specific contact, and it’s perfect for the aforementioned scenario.

How To Allow One Contact To Bypass iPhone’s Silent Mode


So if you have one special person and want to allow one contact to bypass iPhone’s silent mode then you should navigate to Cydia’s BigBoss repo and download it it for free of charge. Note that the tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 10 devices that sport a ringer/silent switch, which includes all iPhones and some older iPad models.


Once you install the tweak, go to a dedicated preferences pane in the Settings app. From there you can toggle the tweak on or off on a demand and choose the contact whom you want to bend the rules for:

You will need to manually type in the contact’s name exactly as it appears in your Contacts app. Be carefully as the tweak does a check for the contact’s name when you receive an inbound call. If the name is a match, the ringtone will be allowed through the filter regardless of mute switch positioning. If the name isn’t a match, then your ringtone will be suppressed just as it was intended to be in the first place whenever the mute switch is turned to the “silent” setting.

PowerCaller tweak offers a great way not to miss am important call from the specified caller even if your jailbroken device is in the silent mode.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

New Tweak Sets An Edge-To-Edge Control Center Interface On iOS 10

There are a lot of tweaks in Cydia that bring some authentic changes or new functionality to various part of iOS platform and the recent release dubbed as CCNoFloating sets an edge-to-edge Control Center interface on iOS 10. With iOS 10 launch back in 2016 Apple added some UI change to Control Center that most of user don't like. In earlier iOS version it used to be a much bigger interface and it didn’t appear as a floating window in the middle of the screen.


With CCNoFloating tweak installed you can bring back the look and feel of Control Center from iOS 9 and earlier versions.

How To Set An Edge-To-Edge Control Center Interface On iOS 10

To get started navigate to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and download CCNoFloating tweak for free of charge. The tweak supports only jailbroken iOS 10 devices. CCNoFloating comes with a dedicated preferences pane, that will be added to the Settings app right after installation. From there you can enable/disable the tweak on demand. Since the changes are immediate, there’s no need to respring your device to save them.


After installation, Control Center no longer looks as bouncing interface instead it adopts an edge-to-edge look and feel, just like it had in earlier versions of iOS. But it still continues to feature the rounded corners and the colorful toggle buttons.

Even though Control Center spans edge-to-edge now, you can still scroll through the different Control Center pages. Each page you visit will feature the full-screen look and feel.

With CCNoFloating tweak you can easily set an edge-to-edge Control Center interface on iOS 10 without any configuration options. This is the great way to cure your nostalgia without spending money. You can also use tweak called onion, that gives Control Center both a simpler and sleeker look by removing one of the background layers from the interface or you can use CCPlus tweak that brings the ability to colorize the interface of Control Center and hide/show certain things from the UI.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

How To Download And Install iOS 10.3 On iPhone

Here are two different ways to download and install iOS 10.3 on iPhone. After seven beta seeds, Apple has launched the final build of iOS 10.3 to compatible devices around the world. This recent update brings with it a bulk of great bug fixes and performance enhancements along with some feature additions. After launching iOS 10 in 2016, Apple was relatively quick to follow up with iOS 10.1 in October and iOS 10.2 in December, but it ended up taking more than three months to finally push iOS 10.3. Here is how you can update your device.

How To Install iOS 10.3 On iPhone Using OTA Update


Step 1. Connect to a WiFi network.

Step 2. Make sure your device’s battery is over 50% or connect it to a charger.

Step 3. Go to Settings > General > Software Update.

Step 4. Once the iOS 10.3 update shows up, click on Download and Install.

To complete the installation, your device will restart once, so make sure you have sorted everything out well before that.

How To Install iOS 10.3 On iPhone Using Clean Installation

If you want to clean install iOS 10.3 on your iPhone, then you first need to download the IPSW firmware file from the links below. Just make sure you download the correct one. Also before you proceed make sure you have made an iTunes or iCloud backup beforehand.

Step 1. Download the iOS 10 IPSW firmware file that is meant for your device from the links below. 

iPhone

iPad

iPod touch

Step 2. Once done, launch iTunes, then using the USB cable connect your iOS device to your computer.

Step 3. On iTunes, you’ll see your device at the top left hand corner. Click on it to reveal more details.

Step 4. See that ‘Restore iPhone’ button at the center? Click on it while holding down the ‘Shift’ key (Windows) or the ‘Option’ key (Mac). A new pop-up will open right up.

Step 5. Select the iOS 10.3 IPSW file you downloaded in step 1. This will immediately kick off the restore process. Now wait for a few minutes till the installation will be completed. 

You've just downloaded and installed iOS 10.3 on iPhone correctly. Enjoy.

Monday, March 27, 2017

How To Prevent iOS 10 iPhone Screen From Turning Off Automatically

Here is the useful guide on how to prevent iOS 10 iPhone screen from turning off automatically. Typically we use Auto-Lock feature to conserve the battery, as well as adding some additional security if we have set up a password on device. But there are various situations when you don’t want your iPhone to lock automatically, and there’s a setting in iOS that can prevent it from happening.


For example, if you read a lot of books or websites on your device and hate when your display’s back light always goes dim on you while you’re in the middle of trying to read, then turning the Auto-Lock feature off will help to avoid the problem.

How To Prevent iPhone Screen From Turning Off Automatically

If you’ve decided to prevent iOS 10 iPhone screen from turning off automatically, you can do so by following easy steps below:

1) On your iOS 10 device open the Settings app from the Home screen.

2) Launch the Display & Brightness preferences pane.


3) Click on the Auto-Lock cell.

4) Choose Never from the list of options.

When Never is chosen from the list, your device won’t lock itself automatically after any period of time; it doesn’t matter what you’re doing, whether you’re in an app, staring at your Home screen, or streaming via AirPlay. 

However, that your Lock screen will still dim after a few seconds of inactivity as usual, no matter what Auto-Lock setting you choose. So keep that in mind.

Those users who have jailbroken iOS 10 device can also use CustomLockscreenDuration tweak that lets choose how long of a delay there is before your Lock screen falls asleep. This tweak is available as a free download package from Cydia's Big Repository and it only affects the Lock screen.

How To Delay iPhone Lock Screen Auto-Dimming Feature

If you ever wanted to know how to delay iPhone Lock screen auto-dimming feature. Those who have jailbroken device are really lucky as new Cydia tweak known as CustomLockscreenDuration by iOS developer Andreas Henriksson allows you to choose how long of a delay there is before your Lock screen falls asleep. This is great for those people who uses Lock screen-related mods, as the screen sometimes tends to dim while you’re interacting with the tweaks.


So let's learn how the tweak works. To get started you should head over to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and download CustomLockscreenDuration tweak for free of cost. Note that the tweak supports only jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

Once you install this jailbreak tweak, you can navigate right into the Settings app, where you will find a preferences pane tailored around configuring the dim timer:


The options you get for timers are:

  • 0 seconds (once enabled this option will turn off the auto-dimming feature completely)
  • 2 seconds
  • 7 seconds
  • 10 seconds
  • 15 seconds
  • 20 seconds
  • 26 seconds
  • 31 seconds
  • 40 seconds
Depending on your situation, it is highly recommended to stay away from ultra-long delays, as this results in poorer battery life. So keep that in mind.

Once you set the delay of your choice there’s no need to respring your jailbroken device as all of your changes will take place right away.

This dim delay tweak only affects the Lock screen, so it won’t impact the way your device falls asleep while it is unlocked. To change that, there is a way to stop your iPhone screen turn off automatically.

CustomLockscreenDuration is really easy in use jailbreak tweak that brings necessary option to delay iPhone Lock screen auto-dimming feature to iOS 10 platform. I'm sure that may users will find this tweak useful.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

New Tweak Moves The Wi-Fi Toggle Switch Location In Settings

Have you ever wanted to move the Wi-Fi toggle switch location in Settings in iOS 10? Normally you navigate into the Wi-Fi section of the Settings app where you can then enable/disable the feature on demand and select the network you want to connect to. But a new free Cydia tweak dubbed as WiFi Top Toggle by developer Mohamed Marbouh does a little bit of rearranging in your Settings > Wi-Fi preferences pane, making an end result look tidier.


Look at the screenshot above, do you notice the difference between before and after sides. Yes the Wi-Fi toggle switch is moved out of the preferences pane cells and is instead replace to the navigation bar.

At first sight it looks weird, especially if you’ve been using iOS for so long that you’re not used to seeing things like this. On the other hand, you'll get used to the change really quickly. You find this change of the Wi-Fi toggle switch location in Settings really handy.

WiFi Top Toggle removes some of the unwanted clutter from the chaotic Wi-Fi preferences pane. Those who’s ever around bulk of Wi-Fi networks knows just how long the list can get, so having an unnecessary toggle switch out of your way gives you more space for looking at available networks at a glance.

So if you want to try to move the Wi-Fi toggle switch location in Settings in iOS 10 then WiFi Top Toggle is available as a free download package from Cydia’s BigBoss repository. The tweak works only with jailbroken iOS 10 devices. The tweak also doesn't come with dedicated preference pane so it will do it work right after installation. 

I find this tweak really useful and get used to new place of the Wi-Fi toggle switch in Settings really quickly.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

New Cydia Tweak Sends iMessage Read Receipts Only When Reply Back

Read receipt is a staple feature of many messaging apps nowadays including iMessage and you can now send iMessage read receipts only when reply back. With this feature enabled, recipients can view whether you’ve read their messages or not and at what time. With iOS 10, you can go into Settings and disable read receipts temporarily, but this becomes more of a nuisance than it’s worth. A new Cydia tweak dubbed as Delay Read Receipts offers an interesting solution. It allows users to send read receipts anytime they want.


With Delay Read Receipts tweak installed, read receipts will not be delivered to recipients until you’ve sent a reply or started typing it. This means that you can comfortably read messages without recipients finding out. Whenever you’re ready, you can start typing a reply or sending a message and the read receipt will then be delivered. 

So if you want to try this great feature on your jailbroken iPhone then Delay Read Receipts is available as a free download package in Cydia’s BigBoss repository. The tweak supports iOS 10 iMessage.

Once you’re done installing the tweak, you will initially have to configure it. You can do this through a dedicated preference pane in the Settings app. The first thing you will find is a kill switch, that allows you to toggle the jailbreak tweak on or off Apart from this, you will also see an option that allows you to choose when to deliver read receipts. The two options include when you start typing the message or when it has been sent. So it’s pretty simple yet admirably convenient.


Delay Read Receipts is quite a useful tweak as it gives you time to read messages and think out a reply before sending it. With this tweak installed, you can still see your recipient’s read receipts, meaning that you can view whether they’ve read your messages or not.

Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to read messages and reply at a later time without the recipient finding out? If yes then Delay Read Receipts tweak will definitely come in handy.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Defluxit Applies A Fade Effect To iOS 10 Lock Screen Notifications

Those folks who have jailboken device have got a lot of new abilities to change the way iOS looks through the multiple jailbreak tweaks and themes. One of the latest releases dubbed as Defluxit applies a fade effect to iOS 10 Lock screen notifications on jailbroken devices.
 
This tweak is aimed to give your Lock screen’s incoming notifications a visually-appealing fade away effect that puts emphasis on your most recent notifications. The example you can see on the screenshot above.

Here is the short review on how Defluxit tweak's effects works on jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

How To Apply A Fade Effect To 10 Lock Screen Notifications

Defluxit tweak can be downloaded from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free of charge. Note that the tweak works only on jailbroken iOS 10 devices. Right after installation the tweak will add a preferences pane to the Settings app where you can enable/disable the tweak on a demand and configure the fade effect to your liking:


The effect can be customized with the two sliders, one determines how far up the chain of notifications that the fade effect begins, and the other determines where the fade effect ends.

At the bottom of the preference pane you'll find a button for checking your settings that displays test notifications. So you can change your setting and see the preview of what you've get as the final result. Once you're fine with the end look hit respring button to save your changes. 

Appling a fade effect to iOS 10 Lock screen notifications Defluxit tweak brings the aesthetic touch to your jailbroken device. As since we are all different opinions will vary from person to person. Thought, the customization allows you to change it around to meet your expectations. So go to Cydia today and try to setup Defluxit tweak effect on your device t your liking.


SleekNotifications Makes Notification Banners More Compact In iOS 10

Those who have jailbroken device can make notification banners more compact in iOS 10 with new Cydia release. Banners were originally introduced with iOS 7 and were aimed to keep notifications out the way, but Apple eventually made them taller, causing them to get in the way of more of what you’re doing.

A new jailbreak tweak dubbed as SleekNotifications by Rishanan will help you to quell the misery in this department, as it shrinks down the size of your notification banners so they take up less vertical space on your screen.


At the screenshot above you can see that the name of the app is removed from the top of the banner to reduce its size, since the app icon is self-explanatory enough as to where the notification is coming from.

With SleekNotifications installed you get a cleaner look and feel throughout iOS as it also impacts notifications in Notification Center and on the Lock screen:


The tweak's effects even impact the widgets in the Today page, shaving unnecessary pixels off of them as well:


So to get the ability to make notification banners more compact in iOS 10 navigate to Cydia’s BigBoss repo and download SleekNotifications tweak free. The tweak supports only jailbroken iOS 10 devices. SleekNotifications tweak doesn’t offer any options to configure, so once it is installed the effects are seen right away.

It should be noted that the developer behind the tweak notes that SleekNotifications also works with such jailbreak tweaks as Noctis, CleanNotifications10, and ColorBanners 2. So you have many options to customize the look and feel of notification banners that appears n your device.

In conclusion I can say that the most appealing thing about SleekNotifications tweak is that there’s not much work required to get up and running. So if you want to give the notifications and widgets an extremely minimal look you should take the tweak for a spin.

Friday, March 17, 2017

NoSpot10 Tweak Removes Spotlight Search From iOS 10 iPhone

If you don't like Spotlight and it always ends up in your face then you can remove Spotlight search from your iOS 10 iPhone installing new Cydia tweak called NoSpot10 by CydiaGeek. Let's see how to install the tweak and how it actually works.

How To Remove Spotlight Search From iPhone


NoSpot10 tweak allows you to disable Spotlight in a system-wide manner, leaving you with simpler widget pages on the Home screen, Lock screen, and Notification Center. The drag-down gesture from the Home screen can also be disabled, which means you won’t accidentally open Spotlight anymore when trying to launch Notification Center either.

It’s worth noting that the tweak doesn’t disable the widget pages entirely, so if you enjoy using your widgets, and just don’t have a use for the Spotlight search function itself, then you should try this jailbreak tweak.

NoSpot10 can be downloaded for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 10 devices and will add a preferences pane to the Settings app right after installation. Here you can toggle each feature on or off on demand:


Hit respring button that is included in preference pane to save your settings every time you make changes.
The tweak gives you a great ability to pick and choose where Spotlight stays enabled and where it becomes disabled. So now you can to selectively keep it in one or two places in iOS and disable it everywhere else.

Those users who don't want to remove Spotlight search from iOS 10 iPhone entirely, as they use it from time to time can try another jailbreak tweak, called No Spotlight BG Mask. This tweak removes the background mask from Spotlight search results in iOS 10, making the result screen look better.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

New Tweak Removes Background From Spotlight Search Results In OS 10

If you want to remove the background from Spotlight search results in iOS 10 then you should try new jailbreak tweak called No Spotlight BG Mask. You may be familiar with the tweak NoSpot10 that removes Spotlight search from your device entirely. But if you use Spotlight from time to time, but just wish there was more you could do with it to make the interface look better, then No Spotlight BG Mask is for you.
 
Developed by Justin Petkovic this jailbreak tweak simplifies the way your Spotlight search results look. It removes the background mask in Spotlight search/suggestions to give it a beautiful sleeker look and feel. On the screenshot above you can see exactly what gets removed after you install No Spotlight BG Mask tweak on your device. The end result is a UI that isn’t so busy to the eyes. 

So if you want to try No Spotlight BG Mask tweak to see if you like how the end result looks, you can grab it for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak is developed to work on both jailbroken iOS 10 and iOS 9 devices.
 

Once the tweak is installed, No Spotlight BG Mask will add a dedicated preferences pane to the Settings app where you can turn the tweak on or off on demand:

To save your changes hit the respring button at the bottom of the preference pane. No Spotlight BG Mask’s tweak effects on your jailbroken device are purely aesthetic, so there won’t be any differences to the way your Spotlight search results are presented to you.
 
So if don't use Spotlight search at all then you can use NoSpot10 tweak to remove this feature from your device entirely. But if you want to add some aesthetic change and make content to look more organized then No Spotlight BG Mask is for you.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Temporal Lets You View The World Clock Directly From iPhone’s Lock Screen

If you have jailbroken iOS 10 device you can install new Cydia tweak and view the world clock directly from iPhone’s Lock Screen. The Clock app on iOS device allows you to view the time in different cities/timezones. The only thing that many users don't like is that the app doesn’t provide a widget for the Lock screen to view the world clock without having to unlock your device. But new jailbreak tweak dubbed as Temporal aims to fix this issue.

With iOS 10 release Apple brought a handy feature that lets stock and third-party apps add widgets to the Lock screen. It is a bummer that the Clock app doesn’t offer any widgets for viewing the world clock on the Lock screen. 

With Temporal Cydia tweak installed you can easily view the time in different cities directly from the Lock screen. The best part is that you don’t even need to go to the widgets page as the tweak is directly accessible from the main Lock screen view.

To try to use this tweak you should navigate to Cydia and download Temporal for $1.15. The tweak works only with jailbroken iOS 10 devices and doesn’t offer any additional configuration.

So once you've installed it the next time you will be on the Lock screen, you can see the time in different timezones by swiping the Lock screen clock to the left or right. The tweak displays the world clock based on the cities added to the Clock app. So if you want to add a new city, you’ll have to add it to the Clock app first and it will automatically be shown on the Lock screen.


Viewing the world clock directly from iPhone’s Lock Screen is a very handy feature to have on your jailbroken device. So if you want to have it on your iPhone just download and install Temporal tweak.




New Tweak Adds Colorized Borders To Various Parts Of Home Screen

If you like to change the way your iPhone looks and feels then you should check a new Cydia tweak dubbed as BorderIcon+ by Pax Cex, that adds colorized borders to various parts of iOS 10 Home screen. This tweak is fully configurable and can be applied to a number of things including: app icons, folder backgrounds, notification badges and even 3D Touch menus. Users can select their favorite color manually.

How To Add Colorized Borders To Various Parts Of Home Screen


BorderIcon+ tweak is available from Cydia’s BigBoss repository for free. So to get the ability to add colorized borders to various parts of iOS 10 Home screen go to Cydia and download the tweak today. BorderIcon+ tweak supports both jailbroken iOS 9 and iOS 10 devices.

Right after installation head over to the Settings app and find BorderIcon+ preference pane. Here you can selectively choose where the borders appear and don’t appear:


There, you will also find toggle switches for app icons, folders, badges, and 3D Touch menus. It is also possible to customize the color of the border. To do that find the color picker at the bottom of the preference pane.

Once you’re done with your settings, you can go ahead and respring your device with the included button at the bottom, and your changes will take effect.

You’ll notice the tweak also makes your app icons round, and there doesn’t appear to be a way to disable that from the tweak’s preferences pane. As it turns out this is a mandatory change. Maybe within the next update developer behind the tweak make it possible to the choose between stock icons with borders or round.

BorderIcon+ tweak is the interesting Cydia release that actually doesn't bring any new functionality to iOS platform, but it makes your jailbroken device look unique and colorful.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The Tweak Enables Low Power Mode When Tap On The Status Bar Battery Icon

A new Cydia release dubbed as QuickPowerMode by Olxios&Nico allows users to quickly enable Low Power Mode when tap on the Status Bar battery icon. Low Power Mode is the great feature that allows you to save power when each time your phone reaches 20 percent battery. But some people don't like how cumbersome it is to turn the feature on. QuickPowerMode is a new jailbreak tweak that fixes this problem by offering a quick and easy way to enable Low Power Mode on jailbroken iPhone using Status Bar battery icon.
 

Once that tweak is installed all you have to do is click on the battery icon in your Status Bar, and this enables/disables the Low Power Mode mode. Normally to turn the Low Power Mode feature you need to launch the Settings app, then go into the Battery preferences pane, and lastly toggle the switch on. QuickPowerMode saves a lot of time by enabling Low Power Mode when tap on the Status Bar battery icon.

Once you done that, the tweak turns the icon yellow to indicate Low Power Mode is turned on. When you tap once again, Low Power Mode is instantly turned off, just as quickly. As simple as it is. What is more the tweak works from anywhere in iOS 10, whether you’re in an app, on the Home screen, or even when you’re on the Lock screen.

You may be familiar with the other jailbreak tweak called CCLowPower, that adds a Low Power Mode toggle to Control Center. But QuickPowerMode is more efficient as you even don't have to launch Control Center to toggle the feature on.

So if you want to get the ability to quickly enable the Low Power Mode tapping on the Status Bar battery icon then QuickPowerMode is available from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free with no options for configurations.



Friday, March 10, 2017

CCPlus Lets You Customize Control Center On iOS 10 iPhone

Those with jailbroken devices have a great ability to customize Control Center on iOS 10 with the new Cydia release called CCPlus. Since iOS 7, when Apple has first introduced Control Center it didn’t give the user even the most basic of customization options. Fortunately, CCPlus tweak brings a portion of options to change the look and feel of Control Center in iOS 10.

 How To Customize Control Center On iOS 10 iPhone


CCPlus jailbreak tweak brings a bulk of features to iOS, including the ability to colorize the interface and hide/show certain things from the UI. As everything is customizable, you can setup your personal changes that may vary from what you’re seeing in the image examples above.

CCPlus tweak is available as a free download package from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. Note the tweak is only developed to work only on jailbroken iOS 10 devices, so ensure you're on iOs 10 and jailbroken with Yalu tool prior to attempting to install the tweak. Once CCPlus tweak is installed, you can launch the Settings app and you’ll find new options in the tweak’s preferences pane:


After you make the changes, make sure that you respring your device for the new effects to take place.

Customizing your iOS device is one of the staples of jailbreaking, which is why you’ll find an array of amazing customization tweaks in Cydia. CCPlus tweak gives you enough leeway to customize Control Center on iOS 10. Since some might not like Control Center to have a single static color, it’s also great how Skitty, the developer behind the tweak, includes the option to colorize Control Center based on any Now Playing music, as it offers a more dynamic option. CCPlus tweak is the latest addition to the group that brings a fresh new look to your iOS 10 Control Center.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

New Cydia Tweak Makes 3D Touch Menus Look Like Android Nougat

If you want to make 3D Touch menus look like Android Nougat on your iPhone then you should definitely try NougatShortcuts tweak. When you 3D Touch on an app icon on the Home screen, a menu is displayed with a semi-transparent background along with shortcuts available for the app. NougatShortcuts brings an aesthetic change to 3D Touch menus making them look more like Android Nougat.

How To Make iPhone 3D Touch Menus Look Like Android Nougat


NougatShortcuts tweak breaks the 3D Touch menu options into separate items, replaces the transparent background with a solid color and applies rounded corners to each of the menu items. 

So if you want to try such effects on your device then go to Cydia’s BigBoss repo and search for NougatShortcuts. The tweak is available as a free download package. Once installed the tweak will add a dedicated preferences pane to Settings app. Here, you'll find a toggle switch for turning the tweak on or off on demand, along with options for customizing the style and the corner radius of your 3D Touch menu items. The higher percentage of corner radius you set, the rounder the menu items will look in the long run.

NougatShortcuts works fine with tweaks that bring 3D Touch support to older iPhone model. So if you don't have device that supports 3D touch feature then you can use Peek-a-Boo and Forcy that simulate this gesture to setup NougatShortcuts effects on older iPhone models.

NougatShortcuts tweak makes 3D Touch menus look like Android Nougat. So if you prefer this tweak’s design over the default appearance of 3D Touch menus, then you can download NougatShortcuts from Cydia. One downside is that the tweak only works on iOS 9 devices, so those who jailbroken on iOS 10 are out of luck.

Monday, March 6, 2017

The Way To Check How Much Storage Space Is Being Used By Apps Within Folders

If you want to know how much storage space is being used by apps within folders on your Home screen in iOS 10 then new Cydia tweak called FolderUsage will do it for you. Normally you have to manually go to the Settings-General-Storage to see the usage taken by the apps. But you are lucky if you’re device is jailbroken, as you can use FolderUsage tweak to check the info within the folder it one tap.

FolderUsage can be downloaded from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free. The tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 8, 9 and 10 devices. The tweak starts to work immediately after installation. So all you have to do to check how much storage space is being used by apps within folder on your iPhone's Home screen is to use a simple swipe-up gesture on any of your folder icons. You'll see a pop-up message that will show the storage space being occupied by all of the apps contained within the particular folder.


FolderUsage tweak allows you to see a report of how much space a specific group of apps is using on your jailbroken iPhone. This works differently from the storage space usage page in the Settings app, which only breaks things down on a per-app basis, rather than a per-folder basis.

The tweak can be useful when you’re trying to keep track of how much storage space you’re dedicating to certain app archetypes. Let's take games as the example. Since many iPhone users tend to put all of their games into folders. In such case FolderUsage will help to keep track of how much space is being used for games alone.

FolderUsage is really simple tweak with no configurations but if you want to quickly check how much storage space is being used by app within folder on iPhone then this tweak will come in handy.



Friday, March 3, 2017

ReformX Offers Many Options To Customize Home Screen In iOS 10

If you want to customize Home screen layout in iOS 10 and get the bulk of options without spending money then ReformX by zEstLabs is the best choice for you. ReformX offers a variety of options to make your Home screen look different from everyone else’s. This tweak provides you all kinds of settings for tweaking your Home screen, ranging from the layout of your Home screen icons, to the style of your dock, to the appearance of your folders and a lot more.


If you’re interested in trying ReformX out, you will need a jailbroken iOS 10 device. If you're already jailbroken then head right over to Cydia’s BigBoss repo and grab the tweak for free of cost. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 9 - 10 devices. So if you're jailbroken on earlier iOS version you're out of luck.

Once the tweak is installed you will notice a new app icon that will appear on your Home screen. There you will find all the configuration options that are divided into groups to make finding them easier:



The tweak also offers another interesting feature. While there are multiple tweaks available on Cydia that are paid and more than capable of altering how a Home screen appears, including the app icon size, what makes ReformX so useful is its ability to save presets of how a device is configured. 

In conclusion I can say that with ReformX tweak you can not only customize Home screen layout in iOS 10 but it is also possible to change the Home screen by resizing the dock, increase the size of the dock icon as well as change the icon size. It is also possible to increase or decrease the size of Home Screen icons for folders and applications. And you get all that options absolutely for free.

How To 3D Touch Clear App Icons Badges On iPhone

If you're looking for a quicker way to 3D Touch clear app icons badges on iPhone then you should consider checking a new Cydia release dubbed as ClearBadges3DTouch10. As the self-explanatory name implies, this jailbreak tweak is intended to help you to remove notification badges from your apps with a 3D Touch gesture. Here is how it works.

How To Clear App Icons Badges With 3D Touch Gesture

The tweak works seamlessly with the rest of your Home screen’s 3D Touch experience. HiDaN developer behind the tweak built it into one of Apple’s stock interfaces so that it blends in, making it look and feel just like something Apple themselves added to your device.

When you use a 3D Touch gesture on one of your apps with a notification badge, you’ll see a new option in the 3D Touch menu (along with any others that existed before) that allows you to clear the badge from the app icon, as shown on the screenshot above. After you tap on it, the badge instantly disappears from the icon.

ClearBadges3DTouch10 is a simple tweak that is available from Cydia’s BigBoss repository for free. It’s intended to work on jailbroken iOS 10 devices. This jailbreak tweak doesn't offer any options for configuration. 

While it’s designed for devices that have a 3D Touch display, you can still use the tweak on a non-3D Touch device with 3D Touch simulation tweaks like Peek-a-Boo, as they will allow you to access the 3D Touch menus on the Home screen even if you don’t have a 3D Touch display on your jailbroken device.

So if you are jailbroken with Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak then ClearBadges3DTouch10 is the great tweak to 3D Touch clear app icons badges on iPhone without spending any money.


Thursday, March 2, 2017

ColorBanners 2 Tweak Colorizes Notification Banners In iOS 10

With the new jailbreak tweak known as ColorBanners 2 you will be able to colorize notification banners on iOS 10 iPhone. When Apple has launched iOS 10 to public many users didn't like the appearance of the new notification banner style throughout the OS. 


Fortunately those folks who have jailbroken device can change that now. ColorBanners 2 tweak makes notifications a little easier to look at by coloring them to the app icon, adding a gradient, or even removing the coloring altogether and just keep the blur. Let's find out how this tweak works.

How To Add A Splash Of Color To Notification Banners On iOS 10 iPhone

By default, the ColorBanners 2 tweak is designed to colorize your notification banners based on the dominant color(s) of the app icon of the app that’s giving you the notification. the example is shown below:


In case you don’t want to set it up that way, the tweak adds a preferences pane to the Settings app where you can configure your banner notifications to be any color you wish. So once you downloaded the ColorBanners 2 on your device from Cydia for $0.99 you are free to go to preference pane and set your own colors.


Note that ColorBanners 2 is supports only jailbroken iOS 10 devices, but if you're jailbroken on iOS 8-9 then you should use the original ColorBanners tweak.

ColorBanners 2 tweak settings are divided in 3 sections for configuring the banners throughout iOS platform, on the Lock screen, and in Notification Center separately. It means that you can turn on/off the tweak’s effects separately for each interface.


ColorBanners 2 is the great tweak that allows you to colorize notification banners on iOS 10 iPhone manually or via the dominant app icon color. So if you're interested in trying this tweak then go to Cydia today.