If your iPhone or iPad is jailbroken and you’re in search of the best new add-ons for augmenting your handset’s out-of-the-box functionality, then you’ve come to the right place. This roundup will encompass all the latest jailbreak tweaks released between Monday, July 13th and Sunday July 19th.

As usual, we’ll kick things off by showcasing our favorite releases from this past week. Afterward, we’ll outline all the rest of the releases so you don’t miss a beat.

Our favorite releases this week

Aperio – $0.99

Aperio is a beautiful, customizable, and scrollable application launcher for the Lock Screen that puts all of your favorite apps all in one place.

You can learn more about Aperio and how it’s used in our full review.

Colorful – $1.99

Why deal with the bleak and bland iOS user interface when you don’t have to?

Colorful is a new jailbreak tweak with literally countless options for colorizing the mobile operating system to your liking.

You can learn more about Colorful and the things it lets you colorize in our full review.

iAutoReply – $2.39

Sometimes we’re just too busy to respond to everyone who text messages us, and that’s especially the case if you get a lot of messages.

iAutoReply is a new jailbreak tweak that can help you manage some of your incoming messages with automatic replies. You can configure both global and per-contact automatic replies so that other people don’t get the idea that you’re ignoring them.

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

Relocate Reborn – FREE

Location spoofing is one of the most popular things you can do with a jailbroken iPhone or iPad, and a newly released tweak dubbed Relocate Reborn makes it an effortless process.

With Relocate Reborn, you can simply drop a pin somewhere on a map to spoof your location to the spot of that pin. No more entering coordinates manually.

You can learn more about Relocate Reborn and how it’s used in our full review.

ScreenFreeze – FREE

I’ll admit, I sometimes feel a bit worried when I give my iPhone to someone else. Whether it’s to have someone look at a photo, try a game, or something else, I always worry that they’ll dig through my Camera Roll and find embarrassing photos.

A new and free jailbreak tweak called ScreenFreeze fixes this problem by allowing you to freeze your handset’s display with Activator before handing your device off to someone else. This prevents that person from snooping.

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

Other releases this week

AirDnD: Turns on Airplane Mode when you enable Do Not Disturb mode (free via 0ver$shadowed repository)

Colorizer: Colorize the Settings app (free via BigBoss repository)

CustomSiriBG13: Lets you customize the background of the Siri interface on iOS 13 (free via Packix repository – review)

DeletePhotosCompletely: Makes it easier to delete photos on iOS 11 through 13 (free via BigBoss repository)

DisabledTextPercent: Displays iPhone battery level on the Lock Screen’s disabled page instead of the ‘iPhone is disabled’ text (free via BigBoss repository)

DiscordScrollToTop: Lets you scroll to the top of the Discord app by tapping on the Status Bar as you can do in other apps (free via dimitarnestorov repository)

FastAppLS: Puts app shortcuts on the Lock Screen for faster access (free via Twickd repository – review)

GoAwaySep: Hides separator lines system-wide (free via kanns103 repository)

HomerRun: A tweak that brings Homer Simpson to the iOS experience (free via Twickd repository)

ImTrynaVibe: Prevents music from being stopped when you force quit App Switcher apps on iOS 13 (free via PopsicleTreehouse repository – review)

MessageSwap: Lets you customize the title bar in the Messages app (free via cwcaude repository)

Mira: Disables GPS for the Snapchat app to save battery (free via BigBoss repository)

Nereid Reborn: A redesigned iOS Now Playing interface for the Lock Screen (free via Nepeta repository – review)

Nita: Puts weather information directly on your iPhone’s Status Bar in place of the carrier text (free via Litten’s repository – review)

NoFlyIn: Disables the icon fly-in animation when unlocking your iOS device (free via Twickd repository)

NoSBReload: Replaces SBReload with a traditional Respring (free via nyuszika7h repository)

NoSepSettings: Removes the separators from the Settings app interface (free via kanns103 repository)

NoSepZebra: Removes the separators from the Zebra app interface (free via kanns103 repository)

NotesFind: Makes it easier to find something in Notes for iOS (free via YulkyTulky’s repository)

PasscodeActivator: Adds an Activator event that detects if a certain passcode is entered (free via Twickd repository)

SafariFind: Makes it easier to find something in Safari for iOS (free via YulkyTulky’s repository)

ScreenRecording Time: Replaces the Status Bar’s time indicator with a screen recording length indicator during screen recordings (free via Packix repository – review)

SkinnyMenu: Removes the “Share” and “Look Up” buttons from the iOS Action Menu when editing text (free via foxfortmobile repository)

SwitcherPower: Power options in the App Switcher (free via BigBoss repository)

Switch Style: Lets you configure the switch style (free via BigBoss repository)

SupportTheUnsupported Revived: Allows iOS devices to use ‘unsupported’ charging accessories (free via Packix repository)

TapTapApp: Double-tap on the Status Bar to open an app of your choosing (free via Twickd repository)

TapTapTipTapTime: Tap on the Status Bar’s time display to reveal the date (free via YulkyTulky’s repository – review)

Other important jailbreak news

Tfp0 exploit for iOS 13.6: Only one day after Apple released iOS 13.6, a security researcher teased a tfp0 exploit for the new firmware. Possible jailbreak soon?

And that just about wraps things up for this week’s roundup. Fortunately, we’ll continue to keep you updated with more releases throughout the upcoming work week.

Miss last week’s roundup? Check it out here: Aurore, Signal Reborn, Viper, and more…

What was your favorite jailbreak tweak released this past week? Let us know in the comments section below.