It seems like jailbreak developers are still kicking along with a pretty decent jailbreak tweak here and there, and in this roundup. We’ll go over every tweak released throughout the last week.

As usual, we’ll start by showing off our favorites and then we’ll outline the rest of them afterward. So without further ado, let’s get started!

Our favorite releases this week

Membrane – $1.29

Membrane is a nifty new jailbreak tweak that expands upon iOS’ stock cellular data settings.

While you could always disable cellular data access for specific apps on your iPhone, Membrane now lets you enable cellular data for those apps temporarily (until you close the app). This helps give you more fine-grained control over how and when apps use your cellular data.

Moreover, you can now track your month’s cellular data usage from the Settings > Cellular preference pane. You can input your month’s specific agreement terms, including when the billing cycle starts, how much data you’re permitted to use, etc.

Membrane is a great way to prevent data overages on your cellular data plan, so we’d suggest checking out our full review to make sure it’s something you could benefit from.

MicroPlayer – $1.49

MicroPlayer is another miniplayer-style jailbreak tweak that lets you gaze upon your Now Playing song information directly from your Home screen.

The small widget can be moved anywhere on the Home screen that you like, and you can toggle two different styles anytime you want. The simplistic mode shows nothing but the media’s album artwork, while the detailed mode also indicates some song information like the play progress, song name, artist name, and some controls.

Because the interface is so small, you can expect that the developer baked some gestures into the interface as well. You can use tap, tap and hold, and swipe gestures to interact with your music from the MicroPlayer interface.

MicroPlayer works with countless different music-player apps, so if you’re interested in learning more, we’d recommend taking a gander at our full review.

Vision – $2.99

Vision is a slick new jailbreak tweak that brings interactive 3-D shapes to your Home screen app icons.

The tweak intelligently wraps the icon around the surface of whichever 3-D shape you choose, and those shapes move around just as you do with a little help from the device’s accelerometer and gyroscope.

The tweak works best on some Apple’s latest devices, where there’s more GPU power to dedicate to all the 3-D rendering.

There are a few additional visual effects you can add, but we’ll leave it to you to learn about them in our full review.

Other releases this week

ApolloJustCompatible: Hides features of the Apollo Reddit client that require iOS 10.3.3 or later (free – review)

LivelyClock: Changes the Clock app’s name to reflect the actual time in 12 or 24-hour format (free – review)

Simple Timer (iOS 10): Lets you view and manage your timers directly from the Lock screen ($0.99 – review)

Simple WorldClock: Lets you see your world clocks instantly on the Lock screen (free – review)

TelegramNoSecret: Disables the timers in the Telegram app’s secret chats (free)

Tez poMyre: Disables jailbreak detection in the Google Tez app (free)

TinyContactView: Makes some visual changes to the Contacts app (free – review)

ZeTime Goodies: Extends the functionality of the ZeTime app (free)

That pretty much wraps things up for this week’s bout of jailbreak tweak releases, but more are on the way. As usual, we recommend staying tuned to iDB throughout the week to ensure you don’t miss anything you might like.

In the meantime, if you’re looking for more, then you can check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup in case you missed anything special. We also have a whole host of dedicated roundups that can help you find tweaks to trick out your jailbroken iOS 10 device below:

What was your favorite jailbreak tweak released this week? Share in the comments section below!