Springtomize 4 moves to Packix, picks up official support for iOS 11 & 12

Springtomize is a name that veteran jailbreak enthusiasts should be firmly familiar with. Not only is Springtomize one of the most popular all-in-one tweaks ever conceived in the history of the community, but it’s still being maintained to this very day.

iOS developer Janosch Hübner (sharedRoutine) released an updated version of Springtomize 4 in the Packix repository on Friday with full support for iOS 11.0-12.1.2, and as you might come to expect, this update incorporates support for A12(X) handsets.

Those who aren’t familiar with Springtomize should think of it like a super tweak. It’s fundamentally a single jailbreak tweak with more than 100 individual options baked into it:

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The extensive feature set that Springtomize 4 brings to the table can help users cut down on the number of installed jailbreak tweaks without compromising on the degree of customization or additional features:

As you can see, the tweak provides individual preference cells for just about every little thing iOS is comprised of, including:

  • Animations
  • App Switcher
  • Control Center
  • Dock
  • Folders
  • Icons
  • Lock screen
  • Notification Center
  • Pages
  • Status Bar
  • And more…

As a bonus, you can make all sorts of custom profiles for your device, such as one for when you’re feeling minimalistic and another for when you’re feeling extravagant.

Despite moving to a new repository – now Packix instead of BigBoss – Springtomize 4 is a free download if you purchased a previous version from BigBoss at an earlier date. Those who’ve never used Springtomize before can purchase it from the Packix repository in Cydia or Sileo for the limited-time price of $4.99 in celebration of the new update.

If you’re on a budget and can’t shell out any cash for an all-in-one jailbreak tweak like Springtomize 4, then you could always opt to download a free alternative such as MiscSettings instead.

Will you be downloading Springtomize 4 on your jailbroken iOS 11 or 12 device? Let us know in the comments section below.