Whenever you switch the iPhone’s ringer/silent switch between the ringer and silent positions, iOS automatically shows a small pop-up at the top of the display to let you know the status of the switch.

We really like this subtle feature, and that’s one of the reasons why we’ve often wondered why Apple doesn’t do the same for Do Not Disturb mode. After all, if you’re unaware when Do Not Disturb gets turned on, you could miss important notifications. With that in mind, you’d think Apple would want users to be more aware of when it gets switched on or off – automatically or not.

Given the circumstances above, we just couldn’t help but applaud the release of a new and free jailbreak tweak dubbed DNDToast by iOS developer smokin1337. This incredibly simple, yet necessary tweak displays a ringer/silent-inspired pop-up whenever Do Not Disturb mode gets toggled on or off:

As you might come to expect, DNDToast supports both iOS’ native dark and light modes, whichever you might prefer to use. The pop-up appears whether Do Not Disturb turns on or off, and with that in mind, you can sleep better at night knowing that Do Not Disturb won’t act without your knowledge and cause you to miss important notifications.

DNDToast doesn’t have any options to configure, and so what you see is basically what you get. The tweak works especially well right out of the box, and so it doesn’t really need any configurations. It’s sleek and gets the job done as it was intended.

Those interested in giving DNDToast a try can download the tweak for free from the Packix repository. What’s more is DNDToast supports jailbroken iOS 12, 13, and 14 devices.

Do you plan to install DNDToast on your jailbroken iPhone or iPad? Let us know why or why not in the comments section down below.