Some of the best jailbreak tweaks for weather on iOS 14

Of all the things you might check your iPhone or iPad for throughout the day, Weather might be pretty high on that list, especially if you do outdoor activities and want to make sure you won’t be getting poured on.

Jailbreakers know that they can get more out of their device than Apple allows out of the box, and that’s why there are are many different jailbreak tweaks for enhancing that user experience.

In this roundup, we’ll attempt to discuss what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for enhancing the weather-centric user experience on jailbroken iOS & iPadOS 14 devices.

The best weather-based jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14

WeatherLS – FREE

It doesn’t get much simpler than WeatherLS when it comes to adding weather data straight to your iPhone’s Lock Screen — the page you see first every time to pick up your handset to use it.

This is a feature that users have wanted on stock devices for the longest time, and that Apple is finally adding in iOS 16, but why wait when you can have it right now on jailbroken iOS 14 devices?

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

Nita – FREE

Maybe you’re more of a Status Bar person, and the Lock Screen is a bit much for you. If that’s the case, and I’m looking at my fellow minimalists out there, then the Nita jailbreak tweak might be a better fit.

Nita adds the current weather conditions to your Status Bar instead of the Lock Screen, making easier to see weather conditions from literally anywhere else in the operating system.

You can learn more about Nita and what you can do with it in our full review post.

Yuna – FREE

Another great place to store weather information is inside of Control Center; especially on iPads where Control Center comes with so much wasted screen real estate.

The Yuna jailbreak tweak fills some of that blank space with current weather data for your location, along with other useful information that you might not have known you needed until right now.

You can find out more about Yuna and where you can get it from in our full review post.

Asteroid – $1.99

Another great implementation for viewing current weather information on iOS 14 is Asteroid, which essentially takes all of the above and includes them in the same jailbreak tweak — and then some.

One of my favorite parts about Asteroid is that it provides a live Weather app icon with real weather details. Additionally, you can have animated wallpapers that depict the current weather outside. Nice, huh!?

You can learn everything you need to know about Asteroid in our full review post.

Lucient – $1.99

Want an Android-style Lock Screen that includes the weather information you’re searching for? If so, then Lucient is a wonderful add-on package that has everything you’ll need.

With Lucient, weather information is displayed on your iOS 14 device’s Lock Screen, right under the date on the left side of the interface.

You can find out more about Lucient and what you can do with it in our full review post.

StatusWeather – FREE

Status Weather is another jailbreak tweak, available for free, that displays the current weather conditions outside right in your handset’s Status Bar.

Conditions are displays as an Emoji, allowing you to discern if it’s a good idea to move forward with those outdoor plans you had before you get stuck in a downpour.

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

visum – $0.99

Visum is another beautiful Lock Screen-based weather display for your jailbroken iOS 14 handset, however this one differs from the other Lock Screen-based tweak mentioned above in that it uses blur effects to center your focus on the information.

Visum uses the center of your Lock Screen to display your current weather conditions outside, and it looks just as good as it works.

You can find out more about visum and how it works in our full review post.


That brings this roundup to an end, so hopefully you found something new that you can add to your jailbroken iOS or iPadOS 14 device to get more of an overview of the weather outside before you step out the front door of your home.

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What was your favorite jailbreak tweak listed above? If we missed something important that you use on a regular basis, then be sure to drop a comment below letting us know.