iSmooth helps jailbroken minimalists to hide unwanted elements from the iOS user interface

If you’re interested in an add-on that can do away with some of the unsightlier UI elements for your device that has been jailbroken by way of Dopamine or palera1n-c in a rootless fashion, then a new and free jailbreak tweak called iSmooth by iOS developer maxiwee might be of interest you.

iSmooth hides things from the iOS user interface.

The iSmooth tweak is intended for minimalists who want a way to hide several features of the iOS mobile operating system without having to install individual tweaks for each and every thing. Those include:

  • The Dock background
  • The Home Screen’s page dots
  • The Home Screen’s app names
  • The Focus indicator on the Lock Screen
  • The Quick Action buttons on the Lock Screen
  • The Home Bar
  • The names in the App Library interface

One thing that should be stated about iSmooth right off the bat is that it’s an all-or-nothing tweak. That means that what you see above will be completely hidden from your device with no option to keep one or a few of them. That’s because the developer hasn’t included a preference pane to enable or disable each option individually.

Having said that, all of those interface elements will go missing from the moment you install iSmooth, which is great if you want to hide all those things, but perhaps not so much if you only want to hide some of those things. For this reason, we’d really like to see a preference pane that lets users choose what to hide, as this would still offer an all-in-one user experience, but with customization.

Those who might be interested in trying the iSmooth jailbreak tweak can download it for free from maxiwee’s personal repository via their favorite package manager app. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 15 and 16 devices.

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

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