When Apple released iOS & iPadOS 14 last Fall, one of the first things that stood out to me was that the brand new App Library interface and how it was limited to smaller handsets such as the iPhone and iPod touch. Unfortunately, iPad users would be out of luck if they wanted to try the App Library.
I really enjoy the App Library on my iPhone because it helps me keep my Home Screen organized. Having said that, I think that iPad users could benefit from using the App Library as well. We may never understand Apple’s reasoning for limiting the feature to iPhone and iPod touch users, but the good news is that jailbreakers can now enable the App Library on their pwned iPads with the new App Library Enabler jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Tomasz Poliszuk.
Once installed, users will find the App Library on their jailbroken iPad, as depicted in the screenshot example below:
Given that iPadOS 15 enables this feature natively on the iPad platform, it’s nice to see a jailbreak tweak that offers the same functionality for iPadOS 14 users since it gives us one more reason to stay jailbroken post-update release.
If you’re interested in giving the new App Library Enabler tweak a try, then it’s available as a free download from the BigBoss repository via your preferred package manager. As you might come to expect, the tweak is only intended for jailbroken iPads running iPadOS 14. Additionally, the tweak is open source on Tomasz’s personal GitHub repository.
Do you plan to add the App Library to your jailbroken iPad with the new App Library Enabler tweak? Let us know in the comments section down below.