Thanks to a brand-new 0day exploit, the unc0ver jailbreak now supports iOS 13.5 on all the handsets that can run it. So that just leaves us with one question: what should be we install on our pwned handset?
In this roundup, we’ll discuss all the latest jailbreak tweaks released from Monday, May 25th to Sunday, May 31st. As usual, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorites first and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.
Our favorite releases this week
Dayn – $1.99
Dayn is a really cool tweak that augments iOS 13’s notification system with improved aesthetics and functionality for banners. One of the tweak’s coolest features is the Continuous Banner, which lets you view a conversation’s full context from the banner itself.
You can learn more about Dayn and how it works in our full review.
Hub – $2.49
Hub is an all-in-one interface for jailbroken iPhones with a little of something for everyone that can be invoked from anywhere. Whether you need access to certain apps, a way to jot down some notes, search the web, access timers, or toggle system functions, Hub can do all this and more from a single interface.
You can learn more about Hub and how it works in our full review.
Photon – $2.99
Photon offers a true ambient display for jailbroken iOS 13 devices, complete with an always-on display mode, Apple Watch-centric time displays, and a plethora of other customizations that will help your iPhone stand out in a room full of non-jailbroken handsets.
You can learn more about Photon and how it works in our full review.
Other releases this week
AccessibilityShortcutListener: An Activator listener to expand how you use Ryan Petrich’s famous extension (free via Packix repository)
AirPods Case Low Battery: Notifies you when your AirPods charging case gets low on juice (free via Dynastic Repo repository – review)
BatteryRamp: Claims to help your iPhone charge faster by invoking an ultra low power mode when charging ($1.49 via Dynastic Repo repository – review)
CCBalance: Lets you change your handset’s audio balance directly from Control Center (free via KingPuffDaddi’s repository – review)
Cydia Features: Various options for tweaking Cydia ($1.70 via Packix repository)
CydiaPlus: Features to tweak the Cydia package manager (free via Twickd repository)
DefaultPlayer: Lets you set a default music player in iOS (free via Packix repository)
Dynamik: Brings custom dynamic wallpapers to your iOS device from various Reddit sources (free via Packix repository – review)
EmojiPicker: Brings a macOS-inspired Emoji selection interface to the iPad (free via Packix repository – review)
Ersatz: Replace any text, system-wide (free via skitty’s repository)
FivePercentAlert: Customize the battery level that triggers the low power alert in iOS (free via PopsicleTreehouse repository)
Fleeter: New options and features for your Fleets on Twitter (free via BigBoss repository)
Gmail No Ads: Removes the annoying ads from Gmail (free via haoict repository)
HideLowPowerAlert: Hides iOS’ low power alert when your battery level gets too low (free via BigBoss repository)
HomePlus Pro: A convenient new way of dynamically adjusting your Home Screen layout ($2.49 via Kritanta’s repository – review)
Home Screen Quick Actions: Hide or show certain Quick Actions from the Home Screen’s 3D Touch menus (free via BigBoss repository)
Houdini: Hides the Lock screen clock until you tap and hold on the screen (free via atar13’s repository)
LowPowerTap: Activate Low Power Mode by simply tapping on your Status Bar’s battery icon (free via keshavbabu repository)
NoScrollbarGrabDelay: Lets you grab onto the scroll bar and begin scrolling immediately without a delay (free via nscake repository)
NotiClearer: Automatically clears missed notifications after a set amount of time (free via Packix repository)
Playing: Displays a subtle notification when the Now Playing track changes on your iPhone (free via Dynastic Repo repository – review)
Powercuff: Exposes deeper native power saving options in iOS (free via Ryan Petrich’s beta repository – review)
Replay: Adds shuffle and repeat buttons to the Now Playing widget (free via Packix repository – review)
RomanPad: Brings Roman Numerals to the number pad and passcode screen (free via Packix repository)
SimpleTime: Provides ways of customizing your iPhone’s Lock screen clock ($0.99 via Packix repository)
Snell: Lets you colorize iOS alerts in various ways ($1.49 via Dynastic Repo repository)
SongShare: Share universal links to music that are compatible with several streaming services (free via Dynastic Repo repository – review)
SpotifyBlue: Opens the Spotify app whenever you connect a Bluetooth device (free via kodeycodestuff repository)
SwitchConfirm: Makes you confirm before getting booted from one app to another via a link (free via Packix repository – review)
TapBaraptic: Haptic feedback when tapping on tab bars (free via BigBoss repository)
TypingNotifications: Provides a notification when someone begins typing an iMessage to you (free via itaybre’s repository)
VolumeBrightness: Lets you use your iPhone’s volume buttons as display brightness adjustments on demand (free via Packix repository – review)
That concludes this week’s roundup, but we implore you to check out our recommended list of the best jailbreak tweaks for iOS 13 if you’re new to jailbreaking or looking for stuff to mod your pwned handset.
Miss last week’s roundup? Check it out here: Docktyle, Dress, DualClocks, NoClutter, and more…
What was your favorite jailbreak tweak this week? Discuss in the comments!