With everything that has been happening in the jailbreak community recently, we’d understand if you’re having trouble keeping up. That’s why we create these weekly easy-to-digest roundups, since we want all jailbreakers to know about the latest developments and tweak releases as they happen.

In this roundup, we’ll discuss the latest jailbreak tweak releases and news from this past week, spanning Monday, March 22nd to Sunday, March 28th. We’ll kick things off by going over our favorite releases in detail and then wrap things up with an outline of everything else at the end.

Our favorite releases this week

BigSurCenter  – $1.99

Apple redesigned the Control Center interface in macOS Big Sur with last year’s initial rollout. Unfortunate, the same treatment wasn’t given to iOS and iPadOS devices with the launch of version 14.0.

BigSurCenter helps fill that void feeling by giving jailbroken iOS & iPadOS 13 and 14 devices a macOS Big Sur-inspired Control Center makeover.

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

CydiaPullDown – FREE

CydiaPullDown is a jailbreak tweak that extends what you can do in the Cydia package manager by allowing users to use the Pull to Refresh gesture in the app’s Changes tab.

You can learn more about CydiaPullDown in our full review.

MusicLyricsShare – FREE

When you’re jamming to your favorite track in the Apple Music app, it can be hard not to follow along with the lyrics.

MusicLyricsShare is a new and free jailbreak tweak that lets users tap and hold on the individual lyric blocks in the Apple Music app to share those lyrics as plain text any way they’d like via a stock iOS share sheet.

You can learn more about MusicLyricsShare and where you can get it in our full review.

SafariBlocker – FREE

Anyone who hates web browsing annoyances as much as I do will come to appreciate a free jailbreak tweak release called SafariBlocker.

SafariBlocker allows users to prevent Safari from displaying pop-ups. It also grants the user with whitelist and blacklist options for specific website domains and URLs for finer-grained control.

You can learn more about SafariBlocker in our full review.

Yuna – FREE

The iPad’s Control Center interface crams everything over to one side of the display, resulting in a whole lot of unused screen real estate on the other side.

Yuna is a free jailbreak tweak that does away with that wasted space by filling it with useful information including but not limited to Calendar events, Notes, Reminders, and Weather information.

You can read more about Yuna and how it works in our full review.

Other releases this week

Buzz: Colorize and customize your iPhone’s Phone app (free via Packix repository – review)

CarPlayPasscode: Brings the CarPlay passcode view to jailbroken handsets (free via kanns103 repository)

CCPatch13: A small patch for CommCenter that removes signing checks (free via Packix repository)

EnableBatteryPercent: Enable’s iOS’ hidden Status Bar-based battery percentage display on notched iPhones (free via ginsu repository – review)

IPCarrier: Replaces the Status Bar’s carrier text with your handset’s local IP address (free via ginsu repository – review)

LockNice: Customize the Lock Screen in many different ways (free via BigBoss repository)

Nanobanners (Sugiuta): Puts iOS 14’s notification banners on a diet (free via Sugiuta repository – review)

NoMoreCafeAd: Removes ads from NAVER Cafe (free via MERONA repository)

NoShutterSound: Disables the Camera app’s shutter sound (free via Sugiuta repaior

OpenAlphabeticListConfirm: Makes the user confirm that they want to launch an app from the App Library alphabetic list (free via BigBoss repository)

SafariFastType: Helps jailbreakers browse the web more efficiently by automatically invoking the keyboard upon launching a new tab in Safari (free via Packix repository – review)

StayWithMe: Prevents the most recently used app in the App Switcher from being force-closed without a special gesture (free via Packix repository – review)

Success: Customize the navigation bar in many different ways (free via BigBoss repository)

Twitch No Ads: Hides apps from the Twitch app and lets you save clips (free via haoict repository)

WaveAway: A tweak for customizing various elements of the iOS mobile operating system (free via Twickd repository – review)

WenhuaBypassJailbreak: A jailbreak bypass for Wenhua (free via BigBoss repository)

Additional important jailbreak tidbits

Betelguese: A new macOS-only application for installing Odysseyra1n on a checkra1n’d device was released. Learn how to use it in our step-by-step tutorial.

kok3shi: The kok3shi jailbreak for 64-bit iOS 9.3-9.3.6 devices was updated to version 1.0 beta 2 with a Cydia installer and other fixes.

Phoenix: The Phoenix jailbreak for 32-bit iOS 9.3.5-9.3.6 devices was updated to version 6 with improvements.

Procursus: Hayden Seay of the Odyssey Team demonstrated Sileo on macOS on video for the first time.

Sileo: In this tutorial, we show you how to install the Sileo package manager on your checkra1n or unc0ver jailbreak alongside Sileo (this is an unofficial method).

Substitute: Sam Bingner updated Substitute to version 2.0.10 this week with additional bug fixes for unc0ver and checkra1n jailbreak users.

That’s all we’ve got for you in this week’s edition of iDownloadBlog’s Jailbreak Tweaks of the Week series, but we can assure you that we’ll be back again next Sunday with a refreshed roundup comprised of the coming week’s jailbreak-centric developments and tweak releases.

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Don’t forget to let us know what your favorite jailbreak tweak release and/or news tidbit was down in the comments section below!