These past few weeks have been particularly interesting for the jailbreak community. Whether you’re waiting for a new jailbreak tool to officially drop or you’re following the intense security research aspect of things, it seems like there’s never a dull moment anymore.

In this roundup, we will discuss the latest jailbreak tweaks released from Monday, August 10th to Sunday, August 16th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by talking about our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

Hazmat – FREE

Hazmat is a new and free jailbreak tweak that lets iPhone and iPad users apply custom masks to the album artwork for the Apple Music and Spotify Music apps. The tweak can also apply these masks to Now Playing widget artwork.

You can learn more about Hazmat in our full review, and don’t forget to check out our review of Hazmat’s recently-released paid competitor, N95.

Indy – $1.49

Indy is a rather unique new jailbreak tweak that lets users tap on individual elements of the Status Bar for more detailed information.

With it, you can see detailed networking information with the cellular and Wi-Fi indicators, view the complete date with the time indicator, and see more detailed battery usage information with the battery indicator, among other things.

You can learn more about Indy and what it can do for you in our full review.

Selenium – FREE

Selenium is a new must-have tweak that lets users ‘snooze’ individual notifications for as long as they’d like.

After snoozing a notification, it’ll reappear in the same place after the designated time period is over. It’s a great way to get non-important notifications out of the way temporarily without clearing them entirely so that you can get back to them when you’re ready.

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

Sonic – $1.99

If you like custom ringtones and wish it was a lot easier to create and import them directly on your device, then you’ll love a new app called Sonic.

This app comes with tools for clipping sound bites out of audio tracks and importing them to your ringtone library to be used as ring or text tones. The same can be achieved with computer software, but this is a good on-the-go option with an intuitive user interface.

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

StorageByName – FREE

StorageByName is a new must-have jailbreak tweak that provides users with various ways to sort the app storage usage pane on their handset in any order they’d like.

If you’d rather sort by name or install date rather than by storage impact, then this tweak is for you. It can also sort using ascending or descending order.

You can learn more about StorageByName and why this is something Apple should have included out of the box in our full review.

Other releases this week

AirpodsClassic: Fixes the AirPods no sound issue on iOS 6 (free via BigBoss repository)

Altilium: Adds a second low battery alert to jailbroken devices (free via Ametrine repository – review)

BHTwitter: Brings several useful power features to the official Twitter app (free via Packix repository – review)

CarLift: Lets you use an Activator action to disable Raise to Wake while CarPlay is connected (free via itzhouze GitHub)

Crescendo: Lets you customize the volume up/down increments (free via Yulky Tulky repository – review)

Hazmat Community Pack: Additional mask effects for the Hazmat tweak (free via Packix repository)

MusicChannel: Enable the hidden TV shows and movies options in the Music app (free via Packix repository)

N95: Brings a cool masking effect to the album artwork in the Apple Music app ($1.99 via Twickd repository – review)

NotiFill: A neat visual ‘loading’ effect for banner notifications (free via rafferli repository – review)

NotiLives: A cool effect for notifications (free via wrp1002 repository)

Numberfications: Makes Notification Center’s ‘clear’ button display a number to represent the number of notifications in that section (free via Dynastic Repo repository – review)

SiriCoinControl: Control the result of every Siri coin toss and be a cheater (free via wrp1002 repository – review)

SMServer: Send and receive text messages from a web browser (free via Twickd repository)

Sonic: Lets you create and import ringtones directly on your iPhone with minimal effort ($1.99 via Twickd repository – review)

Tabsa13: Enables browsing tabs in the Safari web browser for iOS (free via BigBoss repository – review)

ToneEnabler13: An iOS 13-compatible version of ToneEnabler for the new Sonic tweak (free via Twickd repository)

TweakSearch: Puts a search bar in the subsection for tweak preference panes if you have an organizer like PreferenceOrganizer2, Shuffle, or PerfectSettings installed (free via Packix repository)

TWOptions: Alerts for Twitter users when they use the ‘Follow,’ ‘Reply,’ ‘Retweet,’ ‘Like,’ and other features (free via BigBoss repository)

Violet: Makes your wallpaper into the Now Playing album artwork while listening to media (free via Litten repository – review)

WeatherGround (BETA): Weather in the Status Bar and more (free via Tr1fecta repository)

WiFi List: Lists saved Wi-Fi networks and their passwords (free via icaughtuapp repository – review)

Other important jailbreak news

Checkra1n with SEPROM code execution: Hacker Luca Todesco teased SEPROM code execution with the checkra1n jailbreak, hinting at future support.

New type of jailbreak exploit: Hacker @08Tc3wBB teased having created a new breed of exploit for jailbreaking iOS that doesn’t use the tfp0 method.

That pretty much wraps everything up for this past work week’s tidbit of jailbreak tweak releases and vital jailbreak news, but we can assure you that there will be a lot more where that came from as the next week comes into focus. Be sure to keep it tuned to iDownloadBlog throughout the week to ensure that you don’t miss a beat.

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What was your favorite jailbreak tweak release this week? Be sure to drop us a comment below letting us know.