Some of the best jailbreak tweaks for boosting accessibility & convenience on iOS 14

There are many different jailbreak tweaks that can boost both the accessibility and convenience of certain features in iOS or iPadOS 14, and it’s that very wide array of available jailbreak tweaks that can make finding and installing the best ones a challenge for even the most seasoned jailbreakers.

At iDownloadBlog, we believe in jailbreak tweak discovery, and that’s why we compose weekly jailbreak tweak roundups that focus on a specific facet of the iOS mobile operating system. This week, we’ll shift our attention to those jailbreak tweaks that make using certain features of your iPhone or iPad more accessible or convenient.

The best accessibility & convenience jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14

OneHandWizard 2 – $2.49

Perhaps one of the most prominent issues with larger-screened iPhones is reaching all across the display with one hand. Where Reachability falls short, OneHandWizard 2 exhibits major strong points.

This tweak makes it a lot easier to launch Control Center and Notification Center with one hand on larger-screened handsets, makes it easier to capture screenshots, and lets you resize the working user interface to suit your unique one-handed needs.

You can read all about OneHandWizard 2 and how it works in our full review post.

PerfectCalc – FREE

The Calculator app is a handy way to get math done on the fly, but one thing that really bugs me is not being able to see the math I’m entering in real time, as I always fear entering a wrong number before getting the mathematical output.

PerfectCalc fixes this problem by displaying all the math you enter before you get your output, which can help you ensure that you’re not feeing bogus numbers or math into the calculator before it tells you the answer. To me, that’s a major convenience.

You can read all about PerfectCalc and how it works in our full review.

AdvancedBrightnessSlider – FREE

The display on your iPhone is capable of dimming far below what the operating system allows, and this is made possible with the help of Reduce White Point, an accessibility feature.

Getting to Reduce White Point takes time and effort, and that shouldn’t be the case in the split-second you decide to use it. Fortunately, AdvancedBrightnessSlider is a free jailbreak tweak that builds the feature right into Control Center’s screen brightness setting, which lets you dim your display far below stock levels from a convenient and highly accessible place.

You can read all about AdvancedBrightnessSlider and why it’s a worthwhile install in our full review post.

LockApps – $1.50

I can’t think of many things that scream convenience like being able to access any app you want right from your iPhone’s Lock Screen without even having to visit and peruse the Home Screen to achieve the same task.

LockApps is a jailbreak tweak that does exactly that by replacing the native Camera shortcut button with an app drawer shortcut that contains all the apps you choose to put there, making it easier than ever to access them in a jiffy.

You can read all about LockApps and how it works in our full review post.

NotLiveText – FREE

You know that convenient iOS 15 feature dubbed Live Text? It lets your Camera app easily recognize text from a photograph so that you can copy and paste it elsewhere in the operating system. This is a powerful accessibility feature, but it can also add convenience to many of our lives by saving us from having to type a bunch of words out when the Camera could do all the work.

NotLiveText is a simple jailbreak tweak that ports this handy feature to pwned iOS 14 devices, and we would highly recommend grabbing it.

You can read all about NotLiveText in our full review post.

Power Options – FREE

Sometimes we need to be able to respring, reboot userspace, or some other form of refreshing our jailbroken handset, but unless you know all the unique terminal commands, this can be a burdensome task.

Power Options makes all of this a lot more accessible to everyday jailbreakers can providing simple buttons in the Settings app that they can tap to launch the specified command.

You can read all about Power Options and what it brings to the table in our full review post.

Loupe – FREE

Do you squint when you edit bodies of text because you can’t see what you’re doing? This was never a problem when there was a magnifying glass, but Apple removed it in iOS 14, only to bring it back in iOS 15.

Loupe is a simple jailbreak tweak that brings the magnifying glass back to jailbroken iOS 14 device.

You can read all about Loupe and how it works in our full review post.

Rolodex – FREE

There are certain apps for iOS & iPadOS that feature an alphabetical sidebar scroller, which you can tap and drag on to quickly scroll through an alphabetical list without experiencing the finger fatigue that you would from scrolling manually.

Rolodex is a commonsense accessibility-boosting jailbreak tweak that displays a letter-based heads-up display in the middle of your screen to help you discern which letter of the alphabet you’re currently looking at.

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

SpotlightPls – FREE

Spotlight Search is, in and of itself, a convenience feature; that’s because it lets you find virtually anything on your handset with a search bar. Unfortunately, it’s only available from the Home Screen.

SpotlightPls is a free jailbreak tweak that lets you access Spotlight Search from anywhere, whether you’re on the Home Screen or in an app.

You can learn more about SpotlightPls and why it offers convenience to you in our full review post.

Notey – FREE

You can’t always say when you’re going to need to note something down. In some cases, the need arises at the most inconvenient of times, perhaps even in the blink of an eye and before you get the opportunity to unlock your handset and find and launch the Notes app.

Notey is a free jailbreak tweak that lets you jot down notes from the comfort of your Lock Screen. This shaves time off of the note-taking process and ensures you don’t ever miss an opportunity to take notes before it’s too late.

You can read all about Notey and what it offers in our full review post.

Home Page Reordering Enabler – FREE

iOS 15 introduces a handy feature for reordering existing Home Screen pages in any order you want them to be in, and it makes quick work of it all. But if you’re jailbroken on iOS 14, then you would’ve only had the opportunity to drool over such a feature… at least that was the case until Home Page Reordering Enabler came out.

This convenient little jailbreak tweak ports iOS 15’s Home Screen page reordering feature to pwned iOS 14 devices. It’s a no-brainer if you do a lot of Home Screen editing since it makes quick work of an otherwise arduous task.

You can learn all about Home Page Reordering Enabler and how it works in our full review post.

Pocket Translator – FREE

Language translation is another invaluable feature that can sometimes be inconvenient to access on iOS & iPadOS platforms. While there’s a dedicated app, getting to it means navigating your potentially cluttered Home Screen in a pinch.

Pocket Translator is a convenient jailbreak tweak that lets you summon a language translator from anywhere so that you’re always ready to begin translating one language to another while out and about.

You can read more about Pocket Translator and how it works in our full review post.

Searchy – FREE

Who likes having to manually browse the Phone app’s Recents list for a specific phone call when you can clearly remember the correspondence taking place?

Searchy is a free jailbreak tweak that adds a search bar to the Phone app’s Recents list, allowing you to quickly and easily sort the list for the correspondence you’re looking for.

You can read all about Searchy and how it works in our full review post.

Wrapping up

While we wish that we could just continue adding jailbreak tweaks to our list, we wanted to narrow our view to only those jailbreak tweaks that we thought did the best job of boosting accessibility and convenience on pwned iOS & iPadOS 14 devices.

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As opinions vary from one person to the next, we welcome open discussion in the comments section down below, especially if you feel we missed something important that you think should have been mentioned in this list. Your comment may help fellow jailbreakers like yourself.