Have you ever wondered how many jailbreak tweaks you have installed on your jailbroken iPhone at any given time? Of course, you can always open Cydia and manually count how many tweaks you have inside of the Installed tab, but wouldn’t it be better if there was a running tally of installed tweaks provided right within Cydia? That’s the premise behind Tweak Count 2—a free jailbreak tweak that provides you with a real time tally of installed Cydia tweaks.
Once installed, you’ll find a preference panel for Tweak Count inside of the stock Settings app. Inside of the preferences, you can enable or disable the tweak, choose to count all packages (including tweak dependencies), change the verbiage in the navigation bar and footer, and enable a more subtle grey color for the tweak count readout.
Along with the packages count that resides in the upper right-hand corner of Cydia’s Installed tab, you’ll also be able to see a package number readout at the bottom of the same tab.
If you use a lot of tweaks and are curious as to how many are actually installed at any given time, then Tweak Count 2 is up to the task of providing you with an accurate report.
What do you think about Tweak Count? Do you run enough simultaneous jailbreak tweaks to derive value from such a release?