Jailbreak tweaks of the week: Super VoiceMail, LocationHandle, & more…

By , Aug 28, 2016

Tweaks of the week

Another week, another roundup. This week has seen another wave of jailbreak tweak releases that are helping to keep those who jailbroke with the Pangu iOS 9.3.3 tool satisfied with the ability to modify their devices.

In this roundup, we’ll talk about what’s new for this week, starting with our favorites, and then moving on to the rest afterwards.

Our favorite releases this week

Super VoiceMail – $2.99

Super VoiceMail Cassette Tape

Super VoiceMail is the second amazing voicemail jailbreak tweak for iPhone to be released this month. With it, you can save your voicemail locally and this gives you the ability to have many options for your callers.

You can use it to create greetings with Siri’s voice, and you can also send those voicemail messages to yourself or somebody else with the built-in sharing options. Super VoiceMail also includes voicemail notifications, Touch ID protection, message renaming, and much more.

The snazzy UI and feature set pit it against AnsweringMachine; it’s a tough choice between the two, but if you want to know more, you should read our full review.

LocationHandle – $4.99

LocationHandle Manual Mode

LocationHandle is another great release that we had the opportunity to review this week. With it, you can spoof your location.

There are more than one way to do this with LocationHandle; the first, and move obvious, is that you can enter your desired location from the search bar and spoof your location to that spot. The other is with the use of a joystick, which you can use to manually adjust your location based on your current location.

The location spoofing works across the entire iOS operating system and for all apps, including native and third-party from the App Store.

You can read our full review on LocationHandle to learn more about how to use it.

Other releases this week

BigShotJb: Allows you to take long screenshots (free – review)

CleanAssistive: Removes ugly labels from the AssistiveTouch interface (free)

NCPop: Enables a 3D Touch pop animation effect when opening Notification Center (free – review)

NotiCopy: Lets you copy text from notifications on the Lock screen & Notification Center (free – review)

Phone++: Adds a slew of new features to the Phone app on your iPhone ($4.99 – review)

Universal Video Downloader Plus: Enables video downloading from just about any app (free)

Vettr: Displays the time and battery on your Lock screen as your device charges (free – review)

Volt: Like Vettr, but with tons of customization options that you might like even more ($0.99 – review)

And that caps off this week’s releases. Although it hasn’t been as colorful as some of the previous weeks, we’ve been following jailbreak developers on Twitter and we’ve seen some really cool stuff that will be coming soon. We’ll continue to keep you updated!

For more jailbreak tweaks to try on your device, check out our previous week’s roundup to see if you’ve missed anything, and stay tuned to iDB for news on future releases!

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  • Hate to say this but people will probably use LocationHandle for PokemonGO. If so, good luck getting banned!

    • Hot12345

      Why do you care, its not your problem what people do.

      • That Guy

        He cares obviously for the same reason you care about his comment you had to reply. Why do you care what he commented?

  • Jayy

    Anyone know a tweak that works exactly like AutoRotateVideos. I’ve been in search for one for ages. Whenever my Homescreen rotates it’s so annoying and yes I know #FirstWorldProblems

  • Blip dude

    Maybe off-topic but: Can someone explain the purpose of location spoofing?? Other than Pokemon Go I have yet to see a reason why I would need to spoof my location.