Some of the best iOS 14 jailbreak tweaks for staying organized

Jailbreaking is good for much more than just adding flashy effects and animations to your iPhone or iPad. Jailbreak add-ons can also help you get any disarray under control by helping you organize various components of the operating system better than you can right out of the box.

In this roundup, iDB will be showing you what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for organization on iOS & iPadOS 14 devices. They will cover a wide variety of things in the operating system instead of focusing on one primary area, so we hope you like diversity as much as we do!

If you’re ready to organize your jailbroken iPhone or iPad on iOS or iPadOS 14, then read on as we dive into some of the best ways to do exactly that.

The best organization jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14

Tweak Settings – FREE

If you’re like a lot of jailbreakers, then you probably install a ton of jailbreak tweaks to make your iPhone or iPad do more of the things it can’t do with a stock installation of iOS.

The bevy of add-ons you install will add clutter to your Settings app if those tweaks have any options to configure, so you can use a free jailbreak tweak called Tweak Settings to funnel all tweak-centric options into one convenient preference pane in the Settings app.

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

ClassicFolders 3 – $1.99

The full-screen Home Screen folders that we all deal with on a regular basis are somewhat annoying because they dedicate so much of our display to a folder experience that doesn’t even utilize every pixel of it.

With ClassicFolders 3, you can keep your Home Screen app icons organized, and without the full-screen experience. It draws its folder inspiration from iOS 6 devices, only taking up as much space as it needs to as opposed to the whole display.

You can learn more about ClassicFolders 3 in our full review post.

Groups – $1.49

Want more control over how you organize the conversation threads in your Messages app? If you said yes to that question, then you can probably benefit from the Groups jailbreak tweak.

Not only does Groups provide powerful organization features for the conversations in the Messages app so that you can separate certain conversations from others, but it provides tons of customization options so that you can use to tailor the organization to suit your needs.

You can learn more about Groups and how it can help organize your Messages app in our full review post.

Zenith – $1.99

Zenith is one of my longtime favorite folder replacement jailbreak tweaks because it uses a different organization technique called nesting to group alike apps under the same app icon as a stack.

Now only does it use up less space, but it can make a Home Screen look cleaner and be more accessible to the end user.

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

iGotBlind – FREE

It’s not uncommon for people to have so many app icons and/or folders on their Home Screens that they have trouble finding what they’re looking for. But a jailbreak tweak called iGotBlind can help.

With it, you can search for an app using Spotlight search and then use a shortcut from there to locate the actual app icon on your Home Screen.

You can learn more about iGotBlind and why it can help users in cluttered situations in our full review post.

NoClutter – FREE

One of the best ways to get organized is to reduce clutter, and what better way to do that than to embrace minimalist instincts?

The NoClutter jailbreak tweak provides tons of customization options for iOS that can hide elements of the user interface. This can make it easier to find what you’re looking for because there will be fewer distractions capturing your eyes.

You can find out more about NoClutter in our full review post.


If after using the jailbreak tweaks above you still feel disorganized, then you’ve got us stumped. These jailbreak tweaks are some of the best ways to organize content on your device that come to our mind.

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