With a new mobile operating system upon us and a recently teased iOS 14-centric security vulnerability, the wait has started to see if and when a new jailbreak tool will be made and released to liberate Apple’s device users from the company’s so-called ‘walled garden.’ That aside, those who are already jailbroken are surely wondering about the best ways to take advantage of their pwned handset, and that’s what this piece will be all about.

In this roundup, we’ll showcase all the latest jailbreak tweaks to be released from Monday, September 28th to Sunday, October 4th. As always, we’ll kick things off by showcasing our favorite tweaks first and then move on to an outline of all the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

Bakgrunnr – FREE

Bakgrunnr is a must-have tweak for jailbroken iOS 13 devices that enables true application backgrounding.

Whether you’re fed up with Apple’s lame excuse for mobile multitasking, or you just wish your YouTube videos would continue playing in the background without paying for a subscription, this is the tweak for you.

You can learn more about Bakgrunnr in our full review.

Dove – FREE

All jailbreakers like a good all-in-one jailbreak tweak, unfortunately, many have only a few useful features and then a bunch of fluff to fill the gaps. Dove is different; at no charge whatsoever, it provides a bevy of useful options for customizing the iOS 13 user interface in various (useful) ways.

You can learn more about Dove and what you can do with it in our full review.

Puck – FREE

Given how modern jailbreaks are either semi-tethered or semi-untethered, it’s more important than ever to prevent powering down your pwned handset. Unfortunately, a dead battery essentially forces your handset to shut down.

With a new jailbreak tweak called Puck, you can designate a battery percentage that triggers an ultra-low power mode, also referred to as hibernation mode. In this mode, your handset will use substantially less power and help limp you along until you get can get to a charger.

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

Other releases this week

AlwaysAutoFill: Automatically always displays the Auto Fill option in the keyboard’s predictive interface (free via miro92 repository)

AntiProfilesRevoke: Let’s the user ignore the verification of an enterprise certificate state and continue using jailbreak apps associated with it (free via BigBoss repository)

Battery Plus: More features for iOS’ battery display (free via BigBoss repository)

Butterfly: Colorize various aspects of the iOS and iPadOS operating systems (free via Litten repository)

Bypass HSBC VN 3.1.0: A jailbreak detection bypass for the HSBC Vietnam app (free via BigBoss repository)

bypassJB: Hides your jailbreak from certain apps (free via BigBoss repository)

CClock: Adds a true clock widget to the Control Center interface (free via 0$ repository – review)

Centauri: Lets you customize the iOS 14 Batteries widget (free via MTAC repository – review)

Easy YouTube: Upgrades the YouTube app with VLC-inspired display brightness and volume level gestures (free via miro92 repository – review)

HS WeatherWidget with Night Mode support: Patches the Home Screen weather widget to have support for night mode (free via sudhip repository)

Juice Lite: A free, lite version of the popular Juice jailbreak tweak (free via SparkDev repository – review)

Koi: Colorize the Force Touch menu background based on the app’s icon color (free via Litten repository – review)

MessagesFeatures: Customize your Messages app ($1.25 via Twickd repository)

MiniDebug(MinecraftMod): Displays debugging in version 1.16.50 of Minecraft for iOS (free via BigBoss repository)

MusicAlbumTitles: Replaces the artist with the album name in the Music app’s Now Playing interface (free via Packix repository)

NCIfToday: When there are no missed notifications and there is no Now Playing music, the pull down gesture defaults to the Today page (free via BigBoss repository)

PerfectGrabber: An improved Notification Center grabber for use in full-screen apps and games (free via BigBoss repository – review)

SmoothAppLibrary: Removes the folder-sequel backgrounds from the iOS 14 App Library interface (free via BigBoss repository – review)

Square: Customizable square dealer pad and passcode buttons (free via BigBoss repository – review)

Twitter Chic: A number of features for augmenting the Twitter app (free via BigBoss repository)

Other important jailbreak news

Apple unsigns iOS & iPadOS 14.0: Following the release of iOS & iPadOS 14.0.1, Apple has officially unsigned iOS & iPadOS 14.0 to prevent downgrades.

Brandon Azad: The legendary security researcher behind many of today’s popular jailbreak exploits has been hired by Apple to beef up security.

iOS 13.7 jailbreak coming soon: Operation #FreeTheSandbox by ZecOps has announced that an iOS 13.5-13.7 jailbreak could be released soon.

Legizmo: A newly released utility that lets jailbreakers on iOS 13 install the new watchOS 7 update on their Apple Watch(es).

While that caps off this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, there will be more where those came from as we move into the next week. Stay tuned to iDownloadBlog throughout the upcoming week for live coverage of your favorite new releases and jailbreak-centric news, and of course, remember visit back next weekend for another roundup just like this one.

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