View statistics about your jailbroken iPhone’s SpringBoard with Statix

If you’re of the curious variety who likes to know more about how they use their device, then you might take an interest in a new jailbreak tweak called Statix by iOS developer SouthernGirlWhoCode.

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Statix is a tweak that provides a summary of SpringBoard-esque statistics such as the following:

  • How many system apps you have installed
  • How many user apps you have installed
  • How many folders you have
  • How many apps you have in the Dock
  • How many widgets you have
  • How many web clips you have
  • What app you most recently opened
  • What folder you most recently opened
  • The last time you edited your Home Screen
  • How many hidden apps you’ve moved to the App Library
  • How many apps on each page
  • How many widgets on each page
  • How many folders on each page
  • How many web clips on each page
  • And more…

Statix SpringBoard statistics.

As shown in the video example embedded above, Statix provides this information in an aesthetically-pleasing manner as to make the information easy to digest to the human eye. With that in mind, it delivers important information in a productive way.

Statix is invoked from just about anywhere on the Home Screen by using a double-tap either on the wallpaper or on the Dock. It’s also worth noting that the user interface can be colorized to suit your preference.

If you’re interested in giving Statix a try, then you can purchase it for $2.50 from the developer’s Gumroad page. The tweak supports jailbroken devices running iOS 14, 15, and 16, including rootless jailbreaks such as Dopamine and palera1n.

Are you planning to give Statix a try? Let us know why or why not in the comments section down below.