These two jailbreak tweaks remove labels from the Home Screen and the App Library

Minimalists rejoice. iOS developer Maxiwee has released two new and free jailbreak tweaks for rootless jailbreaks on iOS & iPadOS 15 and 16 that can remove labels from at least two commonly-used interfaces on the iPhone and the iPad.

nolabel hides the app icon labels from the Home Screen.
Before installing nolabel (on the left) and after (on the right).

First is nolabel, which removes labels from the Home Screen’s app icons for a cleaner look and feel. As depicted in the before and after screenshot examples above, hiding app icon labels offers a unfettered glance at the wallpaper behind them and is more attracting to the human eye.

The second jailbreak tweak for minimalists to enjoy is called cleanlibrary, and it focuses primarily on hiding the category names from each individual App Library section, as shown below:

cleanlibrary hides the App Library category labels.
Before installing cleanlibrary (on the left) and after (on the right).

Personally, I think I prefer the App Library with the category labels because I like to know where I am in the interface, but I can certainly get behind hiding app icon labels since the icons themselves speak volumes about the app I’m about to launch.

Whether you’re interested in trying both tweaks or just one or the other, both are available as free downloads from Maxiwee’s personal repository via any of your favorite package manager apps. The tweaks support rootless jailbreaks on iOS & iPadOS 15 and 16.

Anyone who isn’t already taking advantage of Maxiwee’s personal repository can add it to their package manager app of choice by using the URL below:

Are you planning to take advantage of cleanlibrary or nolabel? Let us know in the comments section down below.