Jailbreak tweaks of the week: Apace, SocialDownloader, TimeMover, & more…

It has been a busy week amid preparations for WWDC 2017, but that hasn’t stopped the jailbreak community from hammering out jailbreak tweaks to improve the aesthetic and function of jailbroken iPhones and iPads.

In this piece, we’ll talk about all of the jailbreak tweaks that were released throughout the past work week. We’ll start first by going in detail with our favorite released, then we’ll outline all of the rest afterwards.

Our favorite releases this week

TimeMover – $1.99

TimeMover is a fabulous new jailbreak tweak that helps you customize the look and feel of your Lock screen. It lets you take that large time display and move it, re-size it, and rotate it any way you’d like.

It can be great for aligning the clock to go along with your wallpaper, so it gives that “Hollywood” sign-like appeal you see in our examples above. Of course, if you want, you can go crazy with it and come up with your own style, as the tweak supports multitouch for customizing the clock.

It includes features for hiding certain things from the Lock screen to reduce conflicts and more. If you’re interested in learning more about TimeMover and how it works, read our full review.

SocialDownoader – $1.00

SocialDownloader is a handy new tweak that lets you download media and videos from a host of different social networking apps.

If you’ve ever stumbled upon a video, GIF, or other image that you wish you could save from an app or from its embedded Stories feature, only to find that the app doesn’t let you do that, then this tweak is going to be your best friend.

You can learn more about the various apps it supports and how to download media in those apps in our full review.

Apace – $1.99

Apace is a tweak that brings new features to the Control Center and Lock screen’s Now Playing interface for Spotify and Deezer users.

The tweak adds new features for adding music to your existing playlists or collections right to the interface, and you can even navigate those playlists thanks to APIs that Spotify makes available to developers.

Along with the useful functionality, Apace comes with a slew of UI-theming features, which include the ability to change certain icons around and choose a preferred style.

You can read more about Apace and what it can do for you in our full review.

Other releases this week

AdvancedStatusTime: Customize the time indicator on your Status Bar ($0.99 – review)

Applocker: A solution for locking access to your Home screen apps with Touch ID & more ($0.99 – review)

DarkTintsInConvosList: Lets you colorize the Messages app text (free)

Erebus: A dark mode specifically made for the Music app in iOS 10 (free)

FunAppocalypse: Simulates the hilarious WWDC 2017 apocalypse on your iPhone (free – review)

IamNoGenius: Disables the controversial “Behind the Lyrics” feature in the Spotify app (free)

iFunnyWatermarkRemover: Lets you remove the watermark from memes made in the iFunny app (free)

InstantAssistant: Replace Siri with Google Assistant when querying your device with questions (free – review)

LastLocked: Replaces the ‘press home to unlock’ text with the time the device was last locked (free –review)

Mark as Unread Alert: Displays an alert when you try to make an email as read (free – review)

Memento: Customize the destination, effects, and behavior of your screenshots (free – review)

QuickTrust: Adds a Trust button to certificate alerts so you can trust side-loaded apps more easily (free – review)

RedditCollapse: Easily collapse comments in the Reddit app by swiping left on them (free)

SafariPlus: Super useful features for the mobile Safari app on your iPhone or iPad (free – review)

SCStoryTimer: Lets you restore the story timer that Snapchat removed in version and later (free)

SkipME: Skip music tracks based on tags (free – review)

Spotlight No Suggest: Lets you clear your Spotlight search history and suggestions (free – review)

Watusi 2 for WhatsApp: An all-in-one tweak for improving WhatsApp Messenger (free)

Although that wraps things up for this week, there are sure to be more jailbreak tweak releases in the near future. We’ve been following tons of projects and working behind the scenes with jailbreak community developers to learn more about what’s to come and we can’t wait to share them all with you.

To stay up to date on the latest jailbreak tweaks, keep your web browsers pointed to iDB. In the meantime, check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup to ensure you didn’t miss anything and check out all of the following roundups to see what else you can install on your jailbroken iOS 10 devices:

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