It almost seems like there’s been a distinguishable influx of all-in-one jailbreak tweaks lately, and each new release we cover seems to be outdone by something new just a few weeks later. The famous Springtomize tweak once enjoyed its title as the king of all-in-one jailbreak tweaks, but all the competition lately is giving it a serious run for its money.

All-in-one tweaks are popular because they offer a plethora of benefits for one flat cost as opposed to downloading (and perhaps even purchasing) several one-off tweaks to accomplish the same outcome. Fortunately, a new release dubbed Lynx by iOS developer MTAC offers a wide selection of useful options, and we’d strongly recommend checking it out.

Upon installing Lynx, users will find a dedicated preference pane in the Settings app where they can configure Lynx to their liking:

The preference pane is divided into a multitude of subsections, which we’ll outline for you below:

SpringBoard

Here, you can:

  • Hide the Dock background
  • Hide the Home Bar
  • Hide table view separators
  • Hide table view search bars
  • Hide the screenshot flash
  • Enable and configure a custom screenshot flash color
  • Hide scroll bars when scrolling up or down in iOS
  • Enable and configure a custom scroll bar color
  • Hide the navigation bar shadow image
  • Hide folder icon titles
  • Hide folder page dots
  • Hide the folder’s background
  • Hide Home screen app icon labels
  • Hide Home screen app icon badges
  • Hide Home screen updated app dots
  • Hide the “Share” option from the Home screen’s Haptic Touch menus
  • Hide the “Delete” option from the Home screen’s Haptic Touch menus
  • Hide the “Edit” option from the Home screen’s Haptic Touch menus
  • Reverse the action ordering in the Home screen’s Haptic Touch menus
  • Hide the action icons from the Home screen’s Haptic Touch menus
  • Show your handset’s IP Address in the Home screen’s Haptic Touch menus
  • Dhow your handset’s battery level in the Home screen’s Haptic Touch menus
  • Hide the Status Bar’s colored view
  • Hide the Status Bar’s pulsing view
  • Hide the Status Bar in Control Center
  • Hide labels in application tab bars

Lockscreen

Here, you can:

  • Make the Lock screen’s time font larger or smaller
  • Embolden or italicize the Lock screen’s time font
  • Hide the Control Center grabber from the Lock screen
  • Hide the Home Bar from the Lock screen
  • Hide the battery view from the Lock screen when charging
  • Hide the page dots from the Lock screen
  • Hide app names in Lock screen notifications
  • Hide time labels in Lock screen notifications
  • Hide the ‘Notification Center’ text from the Lock screen
  • Customize the ‘Notification Center’ text
  • Hide the Face ID lock from the Lock screen
  • Hide the background in the passcode interface
  • Hide the Emergency Call button from the passcode interface
  • Hide the Cancel button from the passcode interface
  • Hide the backspace button from the passcode interface
  • Hide the Quick Action buttons from the Lock screen
  • Hide the Swipe Up/Press To Unlock options from the Lock screen

App Switcher

Here, you can:

  • Enable or disable the iPad-style App Switcher
  • Enable or disable the Handoff app suggestion
  • Hide app labels from switcher cards
  • Hide app icons from switcher cards

Messages

Here, you can:

  • Hide the share photo banner
  • Hide iMessage apps

Settings

Here, you can:

  • Hide third-party app preference cells from the Settings app
  • Hide cell icons from the Settings app

Camera

Here, you can:

  • Hide the shutter ring

Phone

Here, you can:

  • Hide the background from the numeric dial pad
  • Hide the background from the call button
  • Enable and configure a custom call button color

YouTube

Here, you can:

  • Enable backgrounded YouTube playback
  • Block YouTube ads

SoundCloud

Here, you can:

Instagram

Here, you can:

  • See Instagram likes

The developer provides an Apply button at the top right of the primary preference pane so that users can save any changes they make to Lynx’s settings.

While some of these options appear in other recently released all-in-one jailbreak tweaks, we’re specifically excited about the ability to block ads and enable background playback in the YouTube app. Not many all-in-one jailbreak tweaks include these third-party app features, and they’re particularly useful ones at that.

If you’re ready to augment your pwned handset’s capabilities, then you can purchase Lynx from the Twickd repository in any package manager of your choosing for the generous price of just $1.50. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 13 devices and comes with our strong endorsement.

What features of Lynx will you be using the most? Share in the comments.