Jailbreak tweaks of the week: ChargingBubbles, Peekable, Vigor 2, and more

Many people just got their shiny new iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max in hand this past week, but for those sticking with jailbreakable handsets following the launch of the new checkm8 bootrom exploit, this post is for you.

In this roundup, we’ll discuss all the latest jailbreak tweaks to be released from Monday, September 23rd to Sunday, September 29th. As always, we’ll kick things off by talking about our favorites first and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

ChargingBubbles – $0.98

ChargingBubbles is a fun and quirky jailbreak tweak that gives your iPhone a new charging animation.

Upon plugging your handset into a power source, the tweak displays animated bubbles near the bottom of the screen, right next to the Lightning port. For reference, check out the animated GIF above.

You can learn more about ChargingBubbles in our full review.

KillX Pro – $0.99

KillX Pro adds a new button to the bottom of the App Switcher interface to kill all running apps in one fell swoop.

The tweak effectively makes it to where you don’t need to swipe up individually on each and every app card to close all your suspended apps.

You can learn more about KillX Pro and where you can get it in our full review.

Peekable – FREE

Apple limits Peek and Pop functionality to handsets that support 3D Touch or Haptic Touch, but with a new jailbreak tweak called Peekable, you can port those Peek and Pop features to your unsupported handset.

You can learn more about how Peekable works in our full review.

Vigor 2 – $0.99

Vigor 2 makes your Home Screen come alive by replacing many of the static icons with dynamic widgets.

The supported widgets display useful information regarding what’s happening inside the respective app.

You can learn more about Vigor 2 and how it works in our full review.

Other releases this week

AppShortcut: Provides quick access to any of your favorite apps from anywhere ($1.99 via Packix repository – review)

AZinstaller: Lets you install .ipa files on your iPhone without a computer (free via Packix repository)

BlankPass: Makes the passcode buttons blank (free via Packix repository)

CDMASQ: Makes Now Playing interfaces look cooler with CD-centric artwork (free via Packix repository)

Dock Hide Background: Hides the background of your Home screen Dock (free via Packix repository)

HideAppLabels: Hide the application icon labels from your Home screen (free via BigBoss repository)

HomeKit Remote Hub Enabler: Allows your iPhone to work as a remote HomeKit hub (free via BigBoss repository)

Mowgli: Dynamic app icons with integrated widgets ($0.99 via Packix repository – review)

MyDadLeftMii: Wii channel-style interface for iOS ($1.49 via Packix repository)

NetControl: Control cellular data more effectively (free via BigBoss repository)

NetworkDisabler: More control over your network connection when using certain apps (free via BigBoss repository)

No Typing Indicator 12: Lets you hide the iMessage typing indicator so that others don’t know when you’re typing (free via Packix repository – review)

PageBar: Lets you customize the appearance of your Home screen’s page dots ($1.29 via Packix repository – review)

PowerTapMyP33n: No description provided (free via Packix repository)

TFDidThatSay?: Lets you view deleted comments in Reddit (free via Packix repository)

TinyPlayer 2 (iOS 12): A compact and useful mini player for Now Playing songs ($1.99 via Packix repository – review)

Vinyl: Makes Now Playing interfaces look cooler with vinyl-centric artwork (free via Packix repository)

Volume Mixer 3: More fine-grained control over the volume settings on your iPhone or iPad ($1.99 via Packix repository – review)

WallswantStatusBar: Shows the Status Bar when setting images as your wallpaper on your iPhone (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

That just about wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to remain updated regarding novel 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 12 device below:

Those interested in jailbreaking iOS 11 and 12 might also find the following tutorials helpful:

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