Now that both checkra1n and unc0ver support iOS/iPadOS 13.5, the latest available firmware from Apple at the time of this writing, it seems more compelling than ever for jailbreak hopefuls to join the pwned life.

If you pulled the trigger and now have a jailbroken handset at your disposal, then there’s only one thing left to do: modify it in ways that will have members of Apple’s controlling software department pulling out their hair by the roots. Not sure what to install just yet? No problem! We’ll show you what we think are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for iOS 13 in this piece.

The best jailbreak tweaks for iOS 13

1) Aerial 2

Available for $1.99 in the Packix repository, Aerial 2 allows jailbreakers to customize the color of individual Status Bar icons. It’s a quick and easy way to add a fresh coat of paint to your newly jailbroken device.

You can learn more about Aerial 2 in our full review.

2) Ainsworth

Available for $1.49 in the Twickd repository, Ainsworth improves the native Bluetooth pairing interface in iOS 13 so that several of your favorite Bluetooth speakers and headphones connect the same way your AirPods do.

You can learn more about Ainsworth in our full review.

3) AirPay

Available for $0.99 in the Twickd repository, AirPay is an AirPods pairing-inspired redesign for iOS’ Apple Pay interface.

You can learn more about AirPay in our full review.

4) Arc

Available for $0.99 from the Twickd repository, Arc is a beautiful shortcut tweak for iOS 13 that lets you get to your favorite apps and access vital toggles from a single interface that you can invoke from anywhere in iOS.

You can learn more about Arc in our full review.

5) Appaze 2

Available for $1.99 in the Packix repository, Appaze 2 brings a sleek new interface to iOS 13 so that you can configure system settings on a per-app basis. There’s a lot to take in with this tweak, so you’ll want to read all about it.

You can learn more about Appaze 2 in our full review.

5) Assistability13

Available for $1.50 in the Packix repository, Assistability13 adds several of your iPhone’s shortcuts and toggles directly to the unused portion of the Reachability interface. It’s a great way to make use of an otherwise blank portion of iOS, and it provides an alternative way of accessing your favorite features.

You can learn more about Assistability13 in our full review.

6) Ayedapt

Available for $2.99 in the Dynastic Repo repository, Ayedapt forces your Home Screen app icons to obey dark mode, officially doing away with app icons that have white backgrounds.

You can learn more about Ayedapt in our full review.

7) Banana

Available for free in the Packix repository, Banana is a simple jailbreak tweak that lets you customize the behavior of the noise cancellation feature of your shiny new AirPods Pro.

You can learn more about Banana in our full review.

8) Boxy 4

Available for $1.99 in the Packix repository, Boxy 4 lets jailbreakers reorganize their Home Screen layout however they want with a sleek and dynamic on-the-fly interface accessible directly on the Home Screen.

You can learn more about Boxy 4 in our full review.

9) Circuliser

Available for $1.49 in the Chariz repository, Circuliser brings a circle-centric audio visualizer to the Now Playing widget. Just like popular classics like Mitsuha Infinity, the tweak is adjustable and gives you something nice to look at as you listen to songs.

You can learn more about Circuliser in our full review.

10) ColoredScrollIndicator

Available for free in the Twickd repository, ColoredScrollIndicator lets users add a splash of color to their handset’s scroll bars. Those colors can be solid, gradient-based, or multi-color. It’s a great way to achieve minimal custom aesthetics on your jailbroken handset.

You can learn more about ColoredScrollIndicator in our full review.

11) Complications

Available for $1.99 in the Packix repository, Complications lets you have Apple Watch-inspired complications on your iPhone’s Lock screen. They’re informative and match the same complications you’d view on your Apple Watch. If you don’t have an Apple Watch, then this is a good way to see complications without it.

You can learn more about Complications in our full review.

12) ConfirmRotate

Available for $0.99 in the Packix repository, ConfirmRotate is a genius tweak that makes you tap a confirmation before your handset rotates the display into a different orientation. It’s perfect for when you want to avoid accidental rotations while viewing videos and helps combat false positives.

You can learn more about ConfirmRotate in our full review.

13) Continuity

Available for $1.00 in the Packix repository, Continuity is a jailbreak tweak that lets you use widescreen desktop wallpapers on your iPhone in a smart way. As you scroll from one page to another, the wallpaper moves along with you, letting you see every detail.

You can learn more about Continuity in our full review.

14) CPUTool

Available for $2.50 in the Packix repository, CPUTool allows users to underclock their CPU to save battery life.

You can learn more about CPUTool in our full review.

15) DNDMyRecording

Available for free in the Packix repository, DNDMyRecording automatically enables Do Not Disturb when you begin a screen recording. It’s a simple solution to prevent notification banners from inadvertently appearing in your screen recordings, and it automatically turns Do Not Disturb mode back off again when you’re finished.

You can learn more about DNDMyRecording in our full review.

16) DockSpring

Avaialble for free in the Packix repository, DockSpring offers one of the easiest ways to respring your device that we’ve ever seen, and it’s even complemented with a nice animation. Simply drag up on the Home Screen Dock, and the respring commences.

You can learn more about DockSpring in our full review.

17) Docktyle

Available for free in the Basepack repository, Docktyle lets you change the Home Screen’s Dock aesthetics with custom colors and even background gradients. It’s a great way to add some personality to your Home screen if you’re new to jailbreaking.

You can learn more about Docktyle in our full review.

18) DockX

Available for free in udevs repository, DockX brings a plethora of useful text editing shortcuts to the empty bottom region of the native iOS keyboard on notched devices. Among those shortcuts are select all, copy, paste, cut, undo, and redo.

You can learn more about Docktyle in our full review.

19) dotto+

Available for free from the Dynastic Repo repository, dotto+ brings a revamped notification badge experience to jailbroken iOS 13 devices. The new notification badges are much easier on the eyes and can even be colorized for additional eye candy appeal.

You can learn more about dotto+ in our full review.

20) Dress

Available for free in the Litten repository, Dress permits extensive customization of your handset’s Lock screen. The tweak was designed to help you customize your Lock screen without having to install more than one tweak to do so, and we think it does a great job.

You can learn more about Dress in our full review.

21) DualClock

Available for $0.99 in the Packix repository, DualClock adds a secondary date and time display to your Lock screen so that you can simultaneously monitor two different time zones. It’s useful when you’re right on the border of two different time zones or if you have friends in other time zones that you contact frequently.

You can learn more about DualClock in our full review.

22) Dyadic

Available for $1.99 in the Twickd repository, Dyadic allows jailbreakers to integrate the Today view into the Control Center interface. The tweak looks great on the iPad, which can also be jailbroken with the new unc0ver, but it also works on the iPhone if you don’t mind swiping between interfaces.

You can learn more about Dyadic in our full review.

23) Edictus

Available for free in the Merona repository, Edictus lets you make dynamic wallpapers out of two different images that respond to iOS 13’s native dark and light mode settings. It’s great for when you aren’t happy with the native dynamic wallpapers in iOS 13.

You can learn more about Edictus in our full review.

24) eggNotch

Available for free in the BigBoss repository, eggNotch lets owners of notched handsets effectively hide their notch from view anywhere in iOS by putting a black strip across the top of the display. While most people have embraced the notch by new, this is a way for those who haven’t to hide it from view indefinitely.

You can learn more about eggNotch in our full review.

25) Gesto

Available for $3.99 in the Dynastic Repo repository, Gesto integrates Control Center and other useful shortcuts into the App Switcher for a more centralized user experience.

You can learn more about Gesto in our full review.

26) Groups

Available for $1.99 in the Dynastic Repo repository, Groups allows folks who do a lot of text messaging to sort their conversation thread view into sections. With it, you can keep all work-related conversations in one group, all personal conversations in another, and so on. You can name groups whatever you want.

You can learn more about Groups in our full review.

27) Harbor 3

Available for $3.99 in the Packix repository, Harbor 3 brings an iPadOS-inspired Dock experience to the iPhone, complete with a floating Dock, active app indicators, animations, and more.

You can learn more about Harbor 3 in our full review.

28) LetMeDecline

Available for free in the Packix repository, LetMeDecline makes it easier to decline incoming phone calls by replacing the slide to answer slider with two dedicated buttons for answering and declining the call.

You can learn more about LetMeDecline in our full review.

29) LightsOut

Available for free in Skitty’s repository, LightsOut makes your iPhone automatically transition between light mode and dark mode depending on the ambient light settings around it. This tweak helps you get the most out of your display while simultaneously saving your eyes from being seared at night.

You can learn more about LightsOut in our full review.

30) LPMPad

Available for free in the iCraze repository, LPMPad simply enables iOS’ native Low Power Mode in iPadOS to help you save battery even on Apple’s tablet platform.

You can learn more about LPMPad in our full review.

31) Magma Evo

Available for $2.49 in the Packix repository, Magma Evo lets jailbreakers add a fresh coat of paint to the Control Center interface with eye-catching new fill colors.

You can learn more about Magma Evo in our full review.

32) Maple 2

Available for $1.49 in the Packix repository, Maple 2 brings the charging UI from Apple’s scrapped AirPower project to jailrboken iOS 13 devices. What’s more is you can customize the tweak’s aesthetics probably a lot more than Apple would have allowed you to do.

You can learn more about Maple 2 in our full review.

33) Meteorite

Available for free in the qwertyuiop1379 repository, Meteorite brings a dynamic Weather app icon to your Home Screen. It pulls information from the native Weather app in real time to do so, and even includes the same data in your Status Bar.

You can learn more about Meteorite in our full review.

34) Nougat

Available for $1.99 in the Chariz repository, Nougat brings an Android-inspired Notification Center interface to the iOS platform, complete with a dedicated toggle interface that looks and feels exactly how it does on an Android smartphone.

You can learn more about Nougat in our full review.

35) Playing

Available for free in the Dynastic Repo repository, Playing produces a notification banner any time your Now Playing track changes with details about the current track.

You can learn more about Playing in our full review.

36) Prysm

Available for $3.49 in the Packix repository, Prysm enables a redesigned Control Center interface on jailbroken iOS 13 devices. The new interface can do all the same things the original one did, but it looks cooler in the process.

You can learn more about Prysm in our full review.

37) Quart

Available for $1.99 in the Packix repository, Quart brings a redesigned notification experience to the iOS platform that looks and feels just right. The interface elements are carefully designed to work just as good as they look, and it augments the visual appeal of iOS 13 in ways Apple didn’t manage when iOS 13 dropped.

You can learn more about Quart in our full review.

38) QuitAll

Available for free in the Chariz repository, QuitAll lets you tap a single button in the App Switcher to force-close all recently used apps. It can free up some RAM in a pinch.

You can learn more about QuitAll in our full review.

39) Safari Electro 2

Available for $1.00 from the Packix repository, Safari Electro lets you add useful new features to Safari on the iPhone, many of which can only be had on the iPad.

You can learn more about Safari Electro in our full review.

40) Sakal

Available for free in the Packix repository, Sakal simply displays whether you have any pending alarms at the top of your Lock screen so that you don’t forget about them.

You can learn more about Sakal in our full review.

41) Scorpion

Available for $2.99 in the Dynastic Repo repository, Scorpion improves the incoming call interface on jailbroken iPhones by making it less intrusive and compressing it into the size of a banner notification. No longer will your calls take up the entire screen when you’re trying to do something.

You can learn more about Scorpion in our full review.

42) SettingsWidgets

Available for free in shepgoba’s repository, SettingsWidgets adds useful widgets to the top of your Settings app that depict useful information about your device. Widget displays include Storage, Battery, and Wi-Fi.

You can learn more about SettingsWidgets in our full review.

43) Signe

Available for free in the Openpack repository, Signe lets you perform actions in iOS by drawing unique patterns that invoke them. It’s a cool way to add personality to your device, as no one but you will know the patterns you set up.

You can learn more about Signe in our full review.

44) Sonus13

Available for $1.75 in the Packix repository, Sonus13 permits custom volume HUD aesthetics on jailbroken iOS 13 devices. Although iOS 13 introduced a redesigned volume HUD right out of the box, this tweak lets you go above and beyond with custom interfaces.

You can learn more about Sonus13 in our full review.

45) SwipeExtenderX

Available for $2.49 in the Chariz repository, SwipeExtenderX improves the already wonderful iOS keyboard with easier shortcuts for typing, such as select, select all, cut, copy, paste, and undo, among others. It’s beautifully integrated and feels native, which is why we can easily recommend it to jailbreakers on iOS 13.

You can learn more about SwipeExtenderX in our full review.

46) Tritium

Available for $1.99 in the Packix repository, Tritium brings an Apple Watch-inspired always on display experience to the iPhone. It looks and works best on OLED-equipped handsets but will also work with other devices.

You can learn more about Tritium in our full review.

47) Velox Reloaded

Available for $3.99 in the Chariz repository, Velox Reloaded allows you to expand certain app icons into full-blown interactive widgets directly on your Home Screen.

You can learn more about Velox Reloaded in our full review.

48) WatchSounds

Now Playing Music on Apple Watch

Available for $1.50 in the Packix repository, WatchSounds allows users to customize more of their Apple Watch’s notification sounds using an expanded library of native sounds. This does not require you to jailbreak your Apple Watch.

You can learn more about WatchSounds in our full review.

49) WeatherGround

Available for free in the Chariz repository, WeatherGround brings animated weather wallpapers to iOS. These wallpapers are completely customizable and fun to look at when the weather changes outside.

You can learn more about WeatherGround in our full review.

50) You Up?

Available for free in the Openpack repository, You Up? makes you solve math problems before you can dismiss any firing alarm clock. It’s ideal for ensuring that your brain is actually cognitively functioning before your turn your alarm off, and it prevents you from falling back asleep unwantedly.

You can learn more about You Up? in our full review.

Wrapping up

That concludes this roundup. There are plenty of other jailbreak tweaks for iOS 13 that are worth jailbreaking for, but these are among some of the best that come to mind while in deep thought during a lengthy holiday weekend. If you’re on iOS 12 instead of iOS 13, then you can check out our curated list of the best jailbreak tweaks for iOS 12 instead.

You can expect to see more great jailbreak tweak coverage here at iDownloadBlog throughout the week, and if you haven’t already, be sure to brush up on the differences and similarities between the checkra1n and unc0ver jailbreaks and 10 reasons why you should consider jailbreaking iOS 13.

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