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With a full-fledged iOS 12 jailbreak now available to the public, many are wondering what jailbreak tweaks they should install to trick out their handset(s). Fortunately, there have been a myriad of new releases, and we’ve got you covered.
This roundup encompasses all the jailbreak tweaks released in Cydia from Monday, February 25th to Sunday, March 3rd. As usual, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorites and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.Our favorite releases this week Aperturize – $0.99
Many iPhones support Portrait photography, but Apple limits others by software. Aperturize is a new jailbreak tweak that helps to unrestrict this feature on unsupported dual-lens handsets.
In addition to bringing Portrait mode photography to unsupported handsets, the tweak lets you adjust the bokeh both in real-time and after the fact on unsupported handsets.
You can learn more about Aperturize and why it’s a good investment in our full review.BelleVolume – $2.00
BelleVolume is a new jailbreak tweak that intends to make the volume HUD look nicer on most jailbroken handsets.
The tweak provides a truckload of different themes to pick from, and you can further customize their appearance with themes.
You can learn more about BelleVolume and why it’s so great in our full review.Eclipse Dark Mode (iOS 12) – $1.00
Eclipse is by far the best-known dark mode-centric jailbreak tweak around, so there’s little to say here except that Eclipse Dark Mode (iOS 12) brings official iOS 12 support.
If you’ve been looking for a proper dark mode for your jailbroken iOS 12 device, then this is where you should start your search.
You can learn more about the tweak and where to get it in our full review.IntelligentPass2 – $2.79
Let’s face it, your iPhone’s passcode is useful because it helps to protect your personal data, but you don’t always need all that security, such as when you’re alone at home.
IntelligentPass2 is a jailbreak tweak that intelligently disables your passcode depending on certain conditions, such as when you’re connected to your house’s Wi-Fi network or when certain peripherals are connected.
You can learn more about IntelligentPass2 and how it can improve your life in our full review.Noctis12 – $1.99
Yes, Eclipse is a wonderful dark mode jailbreak tweak, but it’s even better when paired with a system-wide dark mode solution like Noctis12.
Noctis12 themes the interfaces that most dark mode jailbreak tweaks leave behind, such as widgets, notifications, and the like.
You can learn more about Noctis12 and where to get it in our full reviewTrim Times – $0.99
Trim Times is a new jailbreak tweak that brings time indicators to Apple’s native video-trimming interface in the Photos app on iOS.
Although this feature exists on macOS, Apple seems to have excluded it in iOS, which can be frustrating to those who edit their footage on-device.Other releases this week
AlarmGroups: Groups alike alarms to help ensure you wake up each morning (free via Fouad Raheb’s beta repository – review)
BadgeMeNot: Removes the iOS 12 update badge from the Settings app icon (free via BigBoss repository)
BetterCCXI (Weather Addon): A Weather module for the BetterCCXI tweak ($0.99 via Packix repository)
BioProtect XS (iOS 12): Protect your apps with Touch ID and Face ID ($2.99 via BigBoss repository)
ConditionalWiFi4: Restrict certain apps from accessing the internet ($0.99 via Packix repository – review)
Confirm2Proceed2: Makes you confirm before sending a message to prevent accidental typos and the like ($1.00 via Elias Sfeir’s beta repository)
Crayola X: Lets you theme the Twitter app however you want (free via Dynastic Repo repository – review)
Discord Profile Pictures for ShortLook: Show Discord users’ profile pictures in ShortLook (free via Dynastic Repo repository)
EasyAccessAddOn: Double-tap on the Status Bar to activate EasyAccess (free via Packix repository)
ExtendedGlyph: A themable fingerprint glyph for your Lock screen on Touch ID-enabled handsets ($1.29 via Packix repository – review)
FBHideStories: Hides Stories from the Facebook app (free via BigBoss repository)
FingerTouchReachabilityFix12: A Reachability fix for the FingerTouch tweak on iOS 12 (free via Packix repository)
HighDate: Puts Snoop Dogg on your Lock screen at exactly 4:20 o’clock (free via BigBoss repository)
HuddyX: A redesigned volume HUD made especially for notched handsets (free via BigBoss repository – review)
Ive: Hold down on the Status Bar to reveal Apple’s internal iOS settings (free via Packix repository)
Jellyfish: A modernized Lock screen inspired by the Motion Apple Watch face ($1.99 via Dynastic Repo repository – review)
Libellus: Displays news sites on the Cydia home page (free via BigBoss repository – review)
LSTinyDate: A compact date and time view for the Lock screen (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)
MarkFavourites: Mark multiple photographs as favorites in the Photos app (free via Packix repository)
MinimalXI 2: Minimal system UI editor (free via Packix repository)
MusicLove: Adds a heart indicator to any songs you’ve favorited (free via BigBoss repository)
NoBigTitlesCydia: Removes the iOS 11-esque ‘large’ titles from the Cydia app on the unc0ver jailbreak (free via Packix repository)
NoRecents: Removes all recent calls from the Phone app for privacy purposes (free via BigBoss repository)
Notifica: A notification customization tweak for iOS 11 and iOS 12 (free via Nepeta repository – review)
NoRecentSearches: Removes recent search history from the Photos app (free via BigBoss repository)
Photos Theme Dark: A dark mode theme especially for the Photos app (free via BigBoss repository)
Pinterest Profile Pictures for ShortLook: Show Pinterest users’ profile pictures in ShortLook (free via Dynastic Repo repository)
PrivacyCall: Biometric authenticated call dismissal (free via BigBoss repository)
Reddit Profile Pictures for ShortLook: Show Reddit users’ profile pictures in ShortLook (free via Dynastic Repo repository)
Skype Profile Pictures for ShortLook: Show Skype users’ profile pictures in ShortLook (free via Dynastic Repo repository)
Social Downloader: Lets you download media from various social media apps ($1.50 via Elias Sfeir’s beta repository)
Steam Profile Pictures for ShortLook: Show Steam users’ profile pictures in ShortLook (free via Dynastic Repo repository)
Store Features: Brings a truckload of new features to the Cydia app (free via BigBoss repository – review)
SwipeToLock: Swipe up from the bottom of your display to lock your iPhone X (free via BigBoss repository)
Tumblr Profile Pictures for ShortLook: Show Tumblr users’ profile pictures in ShortLook (free via Dynastic Repo repository)
UnicodeEscape12: Allows Unicode escapes in iOS (free via BigBoss repository)
WhatAboutThis: Brings an iOS 12.2-style About page to the Settings app (free via Nepeta repository)
Wiivamp: Play your favorite Wii songs inside of any app (free via Dynastic Repo repository)
That wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but remember to stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to stay updated on new 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 device below:
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In this roundup, we’ll showcase all the latest jailbreak tweaks to be released from Monday, September 28th to Sunday, October 4th. As always, we’ll kick things off by showcasing our favorite tweaks first and then move on to an outline of all the rest afterward.Our favorite releases this week Bakgrunnr – FREE
Bakgrunnr is a must-have tweak for jailbroken iOS 13 devices that enables true application backgrounding.
Whether you’re fed up with Apple’s lame excuse for mobile multitasking, or you just wish your YouTube videos would continue playing in the background without paying for a subscription, this is the tweak for you.
You can learn more about Bakgrunnr in our full review.Dove – FREE
All jailbreakers like a good all-in-one jailbreak tweak, unfortunately, many have only a few useful features and then a bunch of fluff to fill the gaps. Dove is different; at no charge whatsoever, it provides a bevy of useful options for customizing the iOS 13 user interface in various (useful) ways.
You can learn more about Dove and what you can do with it in our full review.Puck – FREE
Given how modern jailbreaks are either semi-tethered or semi-untethered, it’s more important than ever to prevent powering down your pwned handset. Unfortunately, a dead battery essentially forces your handset to shut down.
With a new jailbreak tweak called Puck, you can designate a battery percentage that triggers an ultra-low power mode, also referred to as hibernation mode. In this mode, your handset will use substantially less power and help limp you along until you get can get to a charger.
You can learn more about Puck and how it works in our full review.Other releases this week
AlwaysAutoFill: Automatically always displays the Auto Fill option in the keyboard’s predictive interface (free via miro92 repository)
AntiProfilesRevoke: Let’s the user ignore the verification of an enterprise certificate state and continue using jailbreak apps associated with it (free via BigBoss repository)
Battery Plus: More features for iOS’ battery display (free via BigBoss repository)
Butterfly: Colorize various aspects of the iOS and iPadOS operating systems (free via Litten repository)
Bypass HSBC VN 3.1.0: A jailbreak detection bypass for the HSBC Vietnam app (free via BigBoss repository)
bypassJB: Hides your jailbreak from certain apps (free via BigBoss repository)
CClock: Adds a true clock widget to the Control Center interface (free via 0$ repository – review)
Centauri: Lets you customize the iOS 14 Batteries widget (free via MTAC repository – review)
Easy YouTube: Upgrades the YouTube app with VLC-inspired display brightness and volume level gestures (free via miro92 repository – review)
HS WeatherWidget with Night Mode support: Patches the Home Screen weather widget to have support for night mode (free via sudhip repository)
Juice Lite: A free, lite version of the popular Juice jailbreak tweak (free via SparkDev repository – review)
Koi: Colorize the Force Touch menu background based on the app’s icon color (free via Litten repository – review)
MessagesFeatures: Customize your Messages app ($1.25 via Twickd repository)
MiniDebug(MinecraftMod): Displays debugging in version 1.16.50 of Minecraft for iOS (free via BigBoss repository)
MusicAlbumTitles: Replaces the artist with the album name in the Music app’s Now Playing interface (free via Packix repository)
NCIfToday: When there are no missed notifications and there is no Now Playing music, the pull down gesture defaults to the Today page (free via BigBoss repository)
PerfectGrabber: An improved Notification Center grabber for use in full-screen apps and games (free via BigBoss repository – review)
SmoothAppLibrary: Removes the folder-sequel backgrounds from the iOS 14 App Library interface (free via BigBoss repository – review)
Square: Customizable square dealer pad and passcode buttons (free via BigBoss repository – review)
Twitter Chic: A number of features for augmenting the Twitter app (free via BigBoss repository)Other important jailbreak news
Apple unsigns iOS & iPadOS 14.0: Following the release of iOS & iPadOS 14.0.1, Apple has officially unsigned iOS & iPadOS 14.0 to prevent downgrades.
Brandon Azad: The legendary security researcher behind many of today’s popular jailbreak exploits has been hired by Apple to beef up security.
iOS 13.7 jailbreak coming soon: Operation #FreeTheSandbox by ZecOps has announced that an iOS 13.5-13.7 jailbreak could be released soon.
Legizmo: A newly released utility that lets jailbreakers on iOS 13 install the new watchOS 7 update on their Apple Watch(es).
While that caps off this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, there will be more where those came from as we move into the next week. Stay tuned to iDownloadBlog throughout the upcoming week for live coverage of your favorite new releases and jailbreak-centric news, and of course, remember visit back next weekend for another roundup just like this one.
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It’s that time of the week again, and as we prepare to bid adieu to an otherwise ordinary weekend, we’re reminded that it wouldn’t be a Sunday here at iDownloadBlog without a weekly recap of all the latest jailbreak tweak releases and news directly impacting the jailbreak community.
It’s that reason exactly that we come at you today with the latest iteration of our jailbreak tweak roundup, this time encompassing all the releases between Monday, January 25th and Sunday, January 31st. As usual, we’ll kick things off by showcasing our favorite releases from this past week first, and then we’ll outline everything else afterward.
So without wasting even another moment of your time, let’s get started…Our favorite releases this week
Backtrix – $2.25
Backtrix is a new jailbreak tweak that back-ports one of my favorite new iOS 14 features — Back Tap — to jailbroken iOS 13 devices.
With the tweak installed, you can tap twice or three times on the back of your handset to invoke an action of your choice. The tweak can also be installed on iOS 14 devices to expand what can already be done with the native Back Tap gesture.
You can learn more about Backtrix and how it works in our full review.
croutons13 – FREE
While I very much appreciate the breadcrumb links that iOS puts in my Status Bar after I’m jolted from one app to another, I don’t find them to be very aesthetically pleasing.
The new croutons13 tweak changes that by replacing the string of text that breadcrumb links leave behind with the icon of the app that you’d be returned to if tapped.
You can learn more about croutons13 and where you can get it in our full review.WebMessage – FREE
WebMessage is a free jailbreak tweak and computer application combination that allows users of most desktop operating systems to enjoy iMessage and SMS on their computer.
The tweak is easy to set up, as long as your devices are on the same Wi-Fi network. If they’re not, then tunneling is supported.
You can learn more about WebMessage and where you can get it in our full review.Other releases this week
iWall: A wallpaper tweak (free via BigBoss repository)
Leave Me Off: Prevents the display from waking up when you receive a notification (free via BigBoss repository)
Page Dots 2 Numbers: Replaces the Home Screen’s page dots with page numbers (free via MinxterYT repository – review)
ReachColorLock: Lock your device by tapping on the Reachability view (free via BigBoss repository)
Signal Plus: Adds useful new features to the popular Signal messaging app (free via BigBoss repository)
SkinnyMenu: Removes superfluous items from iOS’ native Action Menu (free via FoxfortMobile repository – review)
TwitterThemeSupport: Adds theming support to the official Twitter app (free MiRO92 repository)
VeloxRounder: Rounds the corners of your Velox widgets (free via burrit0z repository)Additional jailbreak news from this week
AltStore: AltStore version 1.4.3 public beta was released this weekend to help those affected by the app crashing problem beginning after January 28th.
checkra1n: Screenshots of the checkra1n jailbreak tool on Windows 10 have surfaced, originally shared by a checkra1n developer.
DNSCloak: If you’re having issues getting re-jailbroken with Odyssey or unc0ver post-January 28th, then this workaround could help!
libhooker: CoolStar updated the libhooker tweak injection method for Odyssey and Odysseyra1n on Tuesday to version 1.4.0 with a new granular configurator app.
libhooker Configurator: The new app for controlling libhooker was updated to version 1.0.1 with bug fixes, and just this weekend, to version 1.1.0 to fix crashes.
Although that wraps up this week’s jailbreak news and tweak roundup, we’ll be back again next Sunday with another one just like this, albeit with refreshed content reflective of the upcoming week.
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The calm before the storm continues as jailbreakers eagerly await developments for iOS & iPadOS 15. But in the meantime, exciting things continue to circulate for pwned iOS & iPadOS 14 and earlier users.
In this roundup, we’ll showcase all the latest jailbreak tweak releases and jailbreak-centric news breaks that happened spanning the period of Monday, January 3rd to Sunday, January 9th.
As always, we’ll begin our piece by showcasing our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of everything else afterward. Without wasting another moment of your time, we’ll dive right into it!Our favorite releases this week GroupMessageRenamer – FREE
The free GroupMessageRenamer jailbreak tweak is going to be a must-have for jailbreakers who regularly partake in group messages.
This tweak makes it so much easier to rename group conversations in the native Messages app, since it typically requires visiting special menus. Instead, this tweak lets you do it with a 3D Touch/Haptic Touch gesture via the conversation list.
You can find out more about GroupMessageRenamer and how it works in our full review post.QuickActions – FREE
The Lock Screen’s Quick Action buttons provide rapid access to the Camera app and Flashlight when needed, however it’s a real bummer that those shortcuts can’t be customized.
QuickActions is a free jailbreak tweak that lets users reassign different (or even multiple) actions to each button independently of one another, which offers more flexibility to the end user directly from the Lock Screen.
You can learn more about QuickActions and what it brings to the table in our full review post.SeeYa Pro – $1.29
The stock notification banners provided by communications-based apps leave a lot to be desired, and a jailbreak tweak called SeeYa Pro can help.
Once installed, this tweak replaces the app icon in supported banner notifications with the profile picture of the person who authored the message or post. This can help with identification purposes at a glance.
You can read more about SeeYa Pro and how it works in our full review post.SlowMo – FREE
SlowMo is a free jailbreak tweak that lets the end user adjust video playback speed in the native Photos app, just as they can in many popular video apps.
The tweak also includes free video looping capabilities, which pairs nicely with the different speed playbacks.
You can learn more about SlowMo and how it works in our full review post.Other releases this week
3Developer: Adds new developer-focused options to the 3D Touch/Haptic Touch menus for Home Screen app icons (free via hearsedev’s repository – review)
BetterCC Lite: A free version of the ultimate Control Center customization tweak (free via Packix repository – review)
BootSound: Plays a custom sound of your choice every time you restart SpringBoard (free via ginsudev’s repository – review)
FixIndicatorDots14: Fixes an alignment problem with the device activity indicator dots in the Status Bar on certain notched handsets (free via temp1122 GitHub)
Houdini: Hides the Lock Screen’s user interface elements until after the user manually taps on the Lock Screen (free via Packix repository – review)
Jodel++: Features for the Jodel app (free via BigBoss repository)
LockApps: Adds a configurable app drawer to the Lock Screen on your iPhone or iPad with shortcuts to your favorite apps ($1.50 via Packix repository – review)
QuickDismissFaceID: More quickly dismisses the FaceID pop-up following a successful authentication attempt (free via udevs repository)
Recents: Brings the iPad’s Dock-based App Library shortcut to iPhones (free via ginsudev’s repository – review)
TrustEvaluator: Enjoy unfettered access to your favorite configuration profiles on your iPhone or iPad (free via Packix repository – review)
Vaon: Bluetooth battery information available from the App Switcher interface (free via Packix repository – review)Everything else from this week
AltStore: A jailbreak hobbyist showcased some new scripts that make it easier to run AltServer in a Linux-based environment.
Best Accessibility Jailbreak Tweaks: We showcase what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for boosting accessibility of features in iOS 14.
CoolStar: Security researcher @pattern_f_ declined to share the exploit for A12 & A13 devices running iOS 14.6-14.8 with the Odyssey Team. This puts a hamper on adding support for these device and firmware combinations to the Taurine jailbreak, at least for now.
Cydia: Cydia creator Jay Freeman had his antitrust claim against Apple dismissed by a judge, however he will have a chance to amend and re-file the complaint by January 19th.
Justin Sherman: Hacker Justin Sherman showed off a working exploit for iOS & iPadOS 15.2, however it sports a low success rate that makes it unlikely to be used for any public jailbreaks.
As this weekend comes to a close, we’ll be right back at it with respect to jailbreak tweak coverage and breaking jailbreak news throughout the coming work week. Additionally, we’ll return at the very same time next Sunday with a roundup just like this one, albeit with refreshed content reflecting the times.
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Those of you clinging onto that iOS 10 jailbreak wall want to hold onto it a bit longer. There’ve have been some neat jailbreak tweak releases these past couple of weeks and every Sunday we come at you with a roundup, showcasing the best of the week.
In this roundup, we’ll follow that same tradition, talking about all of the jailbreak tweaks that were released in Cydia. We’ll start first with our favorites and then move onto everything else afterwards.Our favorite releases this week
Don’t Stop the Party! – $2.00
Don’t Stop the Party! is a great new jailbreak tweak that lets you listen to undisturbed music even through your resprings.
You might be used to your respring completely killing the Music app or any other third-party music app you’re using in the process, but this tweak allows the music to play continuously, even as your SpringBoard is restarting.
While we’ve seen tweaks that allows music to continue where it left off after a respring, this is certainly a first for continuous play, which will make listening to music on jailbroken devices far more bearable for many.
Be sure to read our full review of Don’t Stop the Party! to learn more about how it works.
NoMoreStories – FREE
I think just about everyone can agree that Facebook likes forcing unwanted features down users’ throats, and the Stories feature might just be one of the latest of such additions.
NoMoreStories is a good solution to this problem, as it hides the Stories feature from the Facebook app on your jailbroken device.
You can read our full review of NoMoreStories to see how the tweak works and what else it can do for you that might benefit your Facebook experience.
StatusPeek 2 – $0.99
Because that pitiful Notification Center grabber is all but useless, StatusPeek 2 lets you make it a little bit more useful.
This tweak replaces the Notification Center grabber with the Status Bar so that you can quickly and easily peek at your battery and signal levels, as well as the time with as simple swipe down from the stop of the screen while using full-screen apps.
Moreover, pulling down again will open Notification Center, just like the grabber normally would.
You effectively don’t give up any functionality with StatusPeek 2, but you do gain more. You can read our full review on the tweak to learn more about how it works and why it’s an improvement over the stock functionality.Other releases this week
AirDrop Disabler: Removes AirDrop from the Action Sheets and cleans up the look (free – review)
Birdhouse: Lets you replace the “No Notifications” text in Notification Center with a Tweet (free – review)
discreetVoiceMemos: Makes it less obvious when you’re using the Voice Memos app to record things (free – review)
Don’t Stop the Party Lite: Keeps music from the Music app playing even during a respring (free – review)
GoAway: Customize the iPhone is Disabled text that appears after too many failed passcode attempts (free – review)
I See Stars III (iOS 10): Lets you view song ratings in the Music app’s playlist view (free – review)
WAAutoReply: Adds auto-reply features to the WhatsApp Messenger app ($5.00 – Enterprise option available for $15.00)
WechatFakeSteps: Lets you fake your footsteps in the Wechat app (free)
Although that wraps it up for this week, we’ll be back again next Sunday with the next roundup. If you’re itching for more tweaks, be sure to check out last week’s roundup to ensure you haven’t missed anything special and stay tuned to iDB throughout the week as we cover the latest jailbreak tweaks and news.
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Perhaps one of the worst experiences in iOS out of the box is the volume HUD; it’s clunky and appears right in the middle of the screen as you try to get things done.
Since it gets in the way so much, jailbreak developers have been creating alternative solutions for years, and in this roundup, we’ll be talking about the best volume HUD-based jailbreak tweaks that work great with the Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.The best jailbreak tweaks for the volume HUD in iOS 10
ByeByeHUD is a volume HUD replacement that offers three different options to pick from. All of the styles, illustrated above, keep the volume HUD out of the center of the screen for your convenience.
All the styles serve the purpose of making the volume HUD footprint smaller, but each also comes with their own pros and cons, functionally and aesthetically.
To learn more about what ByeByeHUD has to offer, we recommend reading our full review.
HUDPlayer directly addresses the problem with the volume HUD being in the center of the screen by converting the volume HUD into a banner notification-style interface. It also integrates metadata information about Now Playing media. If you aren’t playing anything, a ringer icon is displayed instead, so it’s versatile enough for any scenario.
Because HUDPlayer appears at the top of the screen, it isn’t as intrusive as the stock volume HUD is and you can continue to see things and touch the screen even while it’s showing.
To learn more about why HUDPlayer is a must-have, read our full review.
PulseHUD is one of the most creative volume HUDs I’ve ever seen. It’s unique because rather than showing a slider or progress far to display your volume changes, it makes the screen pulse every time you press a volume button.
Unlike traditional volume HUD tweaks PulseHUD doesn’t actually display any information about your volume level; instead, it just indicates when a button is pressed. With that in mind, it can make discerning your volume level more difficult unless you adjust by sound.
PulseHUD works best as a complementary tweak to go alongside another volume HUD tweak, but some might like using it the way it comes without fuss.
To learn more about what makes PulseHUD unique, read our full review.
Sonus is a volume HUD alternative that comes with a toolbox full of customization options to get the look and feel you’ve always wanted.
It starts by moving everything up towards the top of the display, a huge step forward from being smack in the middle of the screen. You can also configure various elements of the interface, such as appearance, animations, size, and position, among other things.
To learn more about Sonus and all of the options it comes with, read our full review.
About as simple as it comes, StatusbarVolume compressed the otherwise bulky and unnecessarily-large stock volume HUD into a space no taller than your Status Bar. The background of the new volume HUD is white, while the filler bar is black.
You can also slide on the bar with your finger to adjust your volume or use your volume buttons (whichever is more convenient for you). The tweak can even be configured to work with media only, ringer only, or both.
To learn more about StatusbarVolume, check out our in-depth review.
6. StatusHUD 2
StatusHUD 2 is a great option for fixing the audacity of the stock volume HUD. While it’s not a new tweak by any means, it didn’t feel right to make a volume HUD jailbreak tweak roundup without at least mentioning this classic.
It works perfectly on iOS 10 despite not saying so in Cydia, and because it moves the volume HUD into the Status Bar, it keeps your volume information out of your way no matter what you’re doing.
There are only a few options to configure, such as choosing the shape of the volume dots in the Status Bar, but apart from that, it’s essentially what it looks like at face value.
You can read our full review of the original StatusHUD to learn more about why it withstands the test of time.
WAStatusVolume is perhaps one of my favorite volume HUD replacements as of late because of just how minimalist it is.
This tweak takes a WhatsApp-inspired approach to fixing the volume HUD problem in iOS by putting a little volume indicator on your screen that can be placed anywhere you want it to be. Moreover, its size means it really never gets in the way of anything.
You can customize a range of elements regarding the tweak, from color, to alpha level, to how long it stays on the screen.
To learn more about what makes WAStatusVolume different from the rest, we recommend reading our full review.
Video consumption is one of the things you can do in iOS where the stock volume HUD gets in the way a lot, and YouTube was quick to create their own in-app volume HUD that appears at the top of the screen, out of the way of video content.
YouTubeVolume is a tweak that takes the ingenious volume HUD design from the YouTube app and applies it on a system-wide scale so the volume HUD stays out of the way no matter what you’re doing in any app.
You can learn more about YouTubeVolume in our full review.Wrapping up
That concludes our roundup of the best volume HUD-based jailbreak tweaks for iOS 10, but if you’re looking for more cool tweaks to mod our your jailbroken iPhone or iPad, then you’ll want to stay tuned to iDB for the latest news about tweak releases and for upcoming roundups because we’ve got exclusive content coming up that you won’t want to miss.
For the time being, check out our roundups for the best jailbreak tweaks for the Messages app, the best jailbreak tweaks for the Music app, the best jailbreak tweaks for Notification Center, the best jailbreak tweaks for the Status Bar, and the best jailbreak tweaks for the Lock screen, and stay tuned every Sunday for our weekly roundups just in case anything new comes out that’s worth trying.
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