Jailbreak tweaks of the week: Airaw, Diary, Paradise, Suimitsuto, & more…

With so much happening in the jailbreak world today, it can be a challenge to keep up with everything.

That’s why we curate a weekly roundup post just like this one, to help our readers keep up with all the latest jailbreak tweak releases and news developments that they may have missed throughout the week.

In this piece, we’ll recap everything we showed you from Monday, June 7th to Sunday, June 13th. As usual, we’ll start by showcasing our favorite releases and then outline everything else afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

Airaw – $1.99

Airaw is a new jailbreak tweak for the CarPlay interface on your vehicle’s dashboard that lets users change various parameters such as the number of columns and rows, the wallpaper, and the Status Bar elements, among other things.

You can learn all about Airaw in our full review.

Diary – FREE

Diary is a super slick Windows 10-inspired Lock Screen for jailbroken iPhones and iPads.

It comes complete with a Windows 10-style login, Windows 10-style glyphs, and much more.

You can learn all about Diary in our full review.

PadGrid – FREE

PadGrid is a free jailbreak tweak for iPads that lets users condense the Home Screen layout with more rows and columns than they could have on a stock device.

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

Paradise – $3.00

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Paradise is a new jailbreak tweak that promises more flexibility for Home Screen customization to jailbreakers on iOS 14.

It provides powerful tools for customizing app icons, and various Home Screen labels, along with batch offloading or uninstalling apps with a few taps.

You can learn more about Paradise and what it brings to the table in our full review.

Suimitsuto – FREE

Suimitsuto is a jailbreak tweak that reimagines the notification banner system on pwned devices.

It can not only make notification banners more compact, but it offers customization options so that you can achieve the aesthetic you’re aiming for.

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

Other releases this week

App Library Enabler: Enables the App Library on iPads running iPadOS 14 (free via BigBoss repository – review)

Breezy: Lets you fake notifications on iOS 14 (free via titand3v repository – review)

ClassicFolders 3: Ports the iOS 6-style folders to iOS 13 and 14 devices ($1.99 via Packix repository)

Dark Maps: Force Dark Mode in Apple Maps (free via level3tjg repository – review)

DDLC-reniOS: A DDLC port for iOS (free via routinehub repository)

Dodo: A redesign for the Lock Screen ($2.00 via Packix repository – review)

Notify10: iOS 10-style notifications for iOS 13 & 14 (free via BigBoss repository)

NotTodayHomeScreenSideBar: Prevents the Today view sidebar from being pinned on the iPad’s Home Screen (free via PoomSmart repository)

OSLogger: Displays all app NSlogs (free via BigBoss repository)

SpotifyNoPodcasts: Hides Podcasts from the home and search interfaces of the Spotify app (free via level3tjg repository – review)

SpotifyNoShortcuts: Removes the shortcuts section from the Spotify app’s home page (free via level3tjg repository)

StepUp: Allows jailbreakers to customize the sensitivity of their handset’s volume buttons (free via ETHN repository – review)

UpVoteNag: Prevents the Reddit app from being able to nag you about upvotes (free via level3tjg repository)

WhatsappContacyAvatarProvider: Allows the Contacy tweak to work as expected with WhatsApp Messenger (free via Packix repository)

YTNoShorts: Removes Shorts from the YouTube app (free via MiRO repository)

Everything else from this past week

15 things iOS 15 stole from the jailbreak community: Apple announced iOS & iPadOS 15 this past week, and many of their “new” features have been floating around in the jailbreak community for years.

Best jailbreak tweaks for Now Playing: We compiled a list of some of the best jailbreak tweaks for customizing the Now Playing interface in iOS 14. Be sure to give it a once over!

That pretty much sums everything up from this past week in the jailbreak community, but we’ll be right back next Sunday with a roundup just like this one , albeit with refreshed content that reflects this coming week’s new releases and news.

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What was your favorite jailbreak tweak from this past week? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.