The Sileo package manager has been updated to version 2.1 with an extensive change log

If your jailbreak depends on the Sileo package manager for installing jailbreak tweaks and extensions, then today might be a good idea to launch the app and refresh your sources.

According to a Tweet shared just this evening by the official Sileo Team Twitter account, Sileo version 2.1 is now available for all existing users to download and install.

Sunday’s Sileo update appears to bring with it a lengthy list of changes including new features, bug fixes, and improvements.

The Sileo Team Tweeted about the release of a new version of Sileo on Sunday.

As noted in the official change log for Sileo version 2.1, this release incorporates the following changes:

  • Swipe actions on tweaks for installing, upgrading, uninstalling, and adding a repository
  • Canister implementation for searching for tweaks on repositories you haven’t added yet – you can then add the repository and queue the installation for said package
  • Haptic feedback for swipe actions and the queue button
  • Alternative app icons for the Home Screen
  • Refreshing your sources will no longer clear the queue
  • Increase the speed of adding multiple repository sources at one time
  • Relocate ignored upgrades to their own section with an option to hide them entirely
  • Search now queries package identifiers, names, authors, maintainers, and descriptions
  • Alphabetical sorting is now case sensitive
  • Display the number of packages installed from specific repositories while looking at the sources page
  • Option to automatically complete the queue
  • Option to complete the queue later
  • ModMyTTD has been removed as a default repository
  • 3D Touch/Haptic Touch shortcuts have been updated
  • The background app refresh prompt has been adjusted
  • The ability to restart or retry a failed download
  • The ability to scroll to the top of a list by tapping and holding the tab bar item
  • Fix a lag when tapping on the Done button
  • Fix for duplicate repositories appearing
  • Fix for icons appearing blank in the sources list view
  • Fix for refreshing sources when launching the Sileo app
  • Fix for tapping on the Sources tab bar to return to the root sources menu
  • Fix for certain settings not appearing under specific localizations
  • Fix for links in package depictions
  • Add support for more localizations
  • Add a developer mode toggle
  • Add a backend class that jailbreak developers can now tap into to interface with Sileo’s backend
  • Unnecessary dependencies have been removed
  • Improvements to memory usage
  • Improvements to overall app performance
  • All analytics have now been removed

If you’re an existing Sileo user, whether you’re taking advantage of the Chimera, Odyssey, or Taurine jailbreak or you simply use Odysseyra1n on your checkra1n’d device, then this update is highly recommended to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your Sileo package manager.

Have you updated to the latest version of Sileo now that it’s available? Be sure to share your experience with the upgrade after installing it in the comments section down below.