Jailbreak tweaks of the week: Logify, Powercuts, Resurrection & more…

While much of the jailbreak community continues to await the release of an iOS & iPadOS 15 jailbreak, the good news is that some of the community’s most talented jailbreak tweak developers are now active again, resulting in more tweak launches.

In this roundup, we’ll be going over all of this past week’s jailbreak tweak releases and jailbreak-centric news content spanning the week of Monday, April 18th to Sunday, April 24th.

As usual, we’ll begin things with a rundown of our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of everything else afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

Logify – $1.50

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Logify is a new jailbreak tweak that lets iOS 14 users create a fake call history list in the native Phone app.

The tweak is highly configurable and can be useful when you want to trick someone into thinking that someone else may have called you or that you called out to somebody else.

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

Powercuts – FREE

An image of an icon for Apple's Shortcuts app, set against a dark blue background

The Shortcuts app is a powerful way for iPhone and iPad users to automate useful processes with just a tap, but as you’d come to expect from Apple, the possibilities aren’t endless because the company imposes limits on what you can do with it.

Powercuts is a new and powerful library made especially for the Shortcuts app that lets any of the shortcuts you make interact with the system and with other apps without the sandbox limitations that are regularly imposed by Apple.

You can learn more about Powercuts and the different types of extensions it supports in our full review post.

Resurrection – $2.50

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Resurrection is the jailbreak tweak that you need if you’re already bored with the native Phone app on your pwned iPhone.

This tweak replaces the bland dial pad with one that gives you faster and more aesthetically-pleasing access to your contacts, and couples all that with power user-esque functionality that helps you find what you’re looking for in less time.

You can read more about Resurrection and why it’s a must-have for frequent phone callers in our full review post.

Other releases this week

Docbox: Quickly access important documents, passports, or photos from anywhere ($0.99 via Havoc repository – review)

Importcuts: Allows importing of .shortcut files, even when you’re in a non-jailbroken state (free via zachary7829’s repository – review)

PokeCall: Brings a Pokémon-inspired incoming call interface to jailbroken iPhones, and is now available on the Chariz repository ($2.00 via Chariz repository – review)

Powercuts Actions Pack: Opens the door to using a variety of system-based actions with the Shortcuts app via the Powercuts library (free via AnthoPak’s repository – review)

Powercuts Activator Actions: Lets you invoke Activator actions with the Shortcuts app via the Powercuts library (free via AnthoPak’s repository – review)

ReverseNotifications: A new CarPlay inspired aesthetic for incoming notifications (free via Havoc repository – review)

ScreenRecordingMusic: Allows you to record your iPhone’s screen with sound, even when music is playing (free via Ichitaso’s repository – review)

TwitterNoEdgeToEdge: Reverts the edge-to-edge timeline in the Twitter app back to the non-edge-to-edge aesthetic (free via level3tjg repository – review)

WAQuickChat: Open a new WhatsApp chat for unsaved phone numbers from the native Phone app by swiping left (free via BigBoss repository)

WhatsAllEmojis: Ensures that the WhatsApp Messenger app recognizes all the latest Emojis (free via PoomSmart’s repository)

Everything else from this week

P0laris iOS 9 Jailbreak: The new p0laris jailbreak for legacy devices still running iOS 9.x has been officially released and open sourced.

Tweaks Porting iPad features to iPhone: iDownloadBlog shows you some of the best jailbreak tweaks for porting iPad features to pwned iPhones running iOS 14.

While we certainly wish there was more to share, this time of the year tends to be the slowest. Fortunately, things should kick back up after the iOS & iPadOS 15 jailbreak launches.

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What has been your favorite jailbreak tweak releases or jailbreak-centric news tidbit from this past week? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.