Jailbreak Tweaks to check out

It’s been an incredibly exciting week given the circumstances surrounding Electra1131. Now that we have a more current jailbreak tool at our disposal, we’re beginning to see increased activity from jailbreak tweak developers.

In this piece, we’ll go over all the jailbreak tweaks released in Cydia from July 9th to July 15th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by showcasing our favorites and then outline the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

AutoPause11 – FREE

AutoPause11 is a simple jailbreak tweak intended for those that listen to music frequently.

The tweak automatically pauses your music playback when you turn your volume all the way down, which can be incredibly useful when someone’s trying to talk to you in the middle of your jam.

When installed, you’ll never have to miss a beat again.

You can learn more about AutoPause11 in our full review.

CatchaThief – FREE

If you’re worried that someone might be trying to use your device when you aren’t looking, then CatchaThief may be able to help.

This tweak takes a picture of the user with your handset’s front-facing camera whenever the passcode gets entered incorrectly. It then stores these files in your device’s filsystem for access later on.

You can learn more about CatchaThief and why it’s a great tweak for catching dishonest people in our full review.

MitsuhaXI – FREE

MitsuhaXI is an incredible jailbreak tweak that brings a system-wide visualizer to iOS 11.

When you install it, you’ll notice the visualizer inside of the stock Music app and inside of certain third-party music apps, including Spotify.

The tweak also displays itself in certain Now Playing interfaces, such as those that appear on the Lock screen, in Notification Center, and in the Spotlight page.

You can learn more about MitsuhaXI in our full review.

PurpleBar – FREE

When you have an iPhone X, the Status Bar isn’t quite as informative as it would be on another one of Apple’s mobile devices. This is because the Status Bar needed some serious redesigning to work around the controversial ‘notch.’

One of the problems this redesign brings into the light is the inability to discern when Do Not Disturb mode is turned on without launching Control Center. But a tweak called PurpleBar fixes this problem by turning the Status Bar text purple when it’s enabled.

You can learn more about PurpleBar and how it works in our full review.

Other releases this week

AudioSnapshotServer: An extension made for working with MitsuhaXI (free via Packix repository)

ByeBetaAlert: Removes the alert popup on beta firmware versions (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

ByeSeparatorsCell: Removes the space between cells system-wide (free via BigBoss repository)

CarBridge: Lets you open any app from CarPlay ($4.99 via HASHBANG Productions repository)

CCLinker: Lets you navigate the preference panes of various Control Center toggles via gestures (free via BigBoss repository)

DockShowLabels: Forces app icon labels to be displayed in the Dock (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

Harmony: Allows for color customization in the official Discord app (free via Packix repository)

HideSignalStrengthBAR: Hides the signal strength bars from the Status Bar (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

HomeGesture: Simulates the iPhone X’s slide Home gesture on older handsets (free via Packix repository – review)

hueStatusbar: Custom colorization options for the Status Bar (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

IGGhost for Instagram: Explore your Instagram timeline without seeing photos and videos owners (free via BigBoss repository)

IGGreyDarkMode: A gray dark mode style for the official Instagram app (free via Packix repository)

LS Gesture Bar Colour (iPhone X): Customize the color of the iPhone X’s gesture bar on the Lock screen (free via Packix repository – review)

ModernXI: A new look and feel for your Lock screen notifications (free via Packix repository)

NiceNotes: Lets you customize the stock Notes app (free via Packix repository)

NoFeedback: Hides the Feedback app when using the tvOS beta profile to prevent updates (free via BigBoss repository – review)

NoMoreFeedback: Same as above (free via Packix repository)

NGXPlay 11: A CarPlay mirror enabler for iPhones (free via BigBoss repository)

RWP Slider: Lets you adjust the Reduce White Point feature with the Control Center brightness slider (free via BigBoss repository – review)

SBTextColourXI (LS/HS): A custom text color for the Status Bar on the Lock screen and Home screen only (free via Packix repository)

SBTextColourXI (System Wide): A custom text color for the Status Bar that works across the operating system (free via Packix repository)

SilentScreenshots: Lets you take silent screenshots with a hint of haptic feedback (free via Packix repository)

TiebaVideoAdblock: Hides ads while you use the BaiduTieba app (free via BigBoss repository)

TimeToUnlock: Lets you unlock your device with the current time rather than a static passcode (free via BigBoss repository – review)

TimeUnlockXI: Lets you unlock your device with the current time rather than a static passcode (free via BigBoss repository)

TwitterCustomizer: Lets you customize the official Twitter app (free via Packix repository)

TwitterDarkMode: A dark mode for the official Twitter app (free via Packix repository)

Windmill (Beta): Adds virtual Home button, back button, and App Switcher buttons to iOS ($2.00+ via Packix repository)

YouTube Music Tools: A toolkit full of options for the official YouTube Music app (free via Packix 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 10 device below:

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