Those who’ve been with the jailbreak community for as long as I have should be vividly familiar with the name Springtomize. It’s perhaps one of the most notorious all-in-one jailbreak tweaks ever released, and it’s always receiving updates year after year with support for Apple’s latest and greatest operating system as new jailbreaks find their way into existence. This time around is no different.
iOS developer Janosch Hübner on Sunday released the fifth iteration of Springtomize with formal support for iOS 13. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Springtomize 5 incorporates a plethora of iOS 13-friendly settings that can be used to configure your SpringBoard your own way – as different from everyone else’s as you could ever imagine.
Those looking to change up the traditional aesthetics of their pwned iOS device will be excited to hear about the new release of a free jailbreak tweak called Spectrum by iOS developers Skitty and EvenDev.
Spectrum brings a multitude of ways to colorize your iPhone or iPad’s user interface, be it with predefined color profiles or with totally custom color schemes.
It almost seems like there’s been a distinguishable influx of all-in-one jailbreak tweaks lately, and each new release we cover seems to be outdone by something new just a few weeks later. The famous Springtomize tweak once enjoyed its title as the king of all-in-one jailbreak tweaks, but all the competition lately is giving it a serious run for its money.
All-in-one tweaks are popular because they offer a plethora of benefits for one flat cost as opposed to downloading (and perhaps even purchasing) several one-off tweaks to accomplish the same outcome. Fortunately, a new release dubbed Lynx by iOS developer MTAC offers a wide selection of useful options, and we’d strongly recommend checking it out.
When it comes to installing jailbreak tweaks on a pwned handset, my motto has always been that it’s best to install an all-in-one tweak instead of a plethora of one-off add-ons. Not only can this be beneficial from a performance standpoint, but it also keeps your installed tweak list nice and tidy in any package manager that you might be using.
Depending on what your needs are as a jailbreaker, finding the best all-in-one tweak can be a challenge. While there have been some notable releases in the past, many cost money of some sort. Fortunately, a new release called Kage by iOS developer YaYPIXXO brings a slew of customization options to both the Home screen and Lock screen at no extra cost to you.
If you’re one to enjoy all-in-one jailbreak tweaks that incorporate a plethora of options for customizing your pwned handsets, then we genuinely believe you’re going to love a new and free release called Artemis by iOS developer Joey GM.
Artemis isn’t quite as thorough as some of the staple tweaks like Springtomize that we’ve all come to know and love, but the fact that it costs absolutely nothing and offers a substantial number of some attention-grabbing customization features is sure to help it stand out from the crowd, especially for those looking to enhance their iOS experience without breaking the bank.
One of the best ways to take advantage of your jailbroken iOS device is to download an all-in-one SpringBoard customization jailbreak tweak. These kinds of tweaks often combine the functionalities of several standalone tweaks into one, giving you the most bang for your buck.
Springtomize is perhaps one of the most well-accepted all-in-one SpringBoard customization tweaks ever made, but it’s not the be all and end all of iOS tweaking; many others, including the more recently released Cosmos tweak by iOS developer Sirius24, are worth taking a look at.
Springtomize is a name that veteran jailbreak enthusiasts should be firmly familiar with. Not only is Springtomize one of the most popular all-in-one tweaks ever conceived in the history of the community, but it’s still being maintained to this very day.
iOS developer Janosch Hübner (sharedRoutine) released an updated version of Springtomize 4 in the Packix repository on Friday with full support for iOS 11.0-12.1.2, and as you might come to expect, this update incorporates support for A12(X) handsets.
If you’re jailbroken on iOS 11 or iOS 12 and looking for the ultimate one-stop-shop jailbreak tweak to customize the bulk of your operating system’s primary aesthetic and function, then you’re sure to take a particular liking to a new jailbreak tweak release called Essentials by iOS developer Adam Seiter.
Essentials provides a long list of options for iPhone and iPad users, much like the original classic that we’ve all come to know and love called Springtomize. On the other hand, Essentials supports the latest jailbreakable versions of iOS, whereas Springtomize hasn’t been officially updated since the golden days of the iOS 10 jailbreak.
One of the primary reasons we jailbreak our devices is to customize how the operating system looks, and a new free jailbreak tweak called LegiBilly by iOS developer i0s_tweak3r holds true to those roots.
LegiBilly lets you add a splash of color to virtually any label or text color throughout iOS, including what you might find on the Home screen, Lock screen, and Status Bar, among others.
A major milestone for the iOS 10 jailbreak is officially here; the highly popular Springtomize jailbreak tweak is now compatible with iOS 10 thanks to its latest release, which was a joint effort between iOS developers Filippo Bigarella and Janosch Hübner (sharedRoutine).
Springtomize 4 has been re-written from top to bottom with improvements to not only its design, but also to its set of features. In this piece, we'll go over everything you can expect from Springtomize 4.
A handful of elements that make up the iOS UI in its entirety are round or have rounded corners; this includes, but is not limited to: passcode buttons, Control Center toggles, the corners of banner notifications, and Home screen folders, among other things.
If you’re not a fan of this system-wide rounded style, a new free jailbreak tweak called ringUI by CydiaGeek can be installed to make several elements on your device look much squarer.
A number of large springboard customization jailbreak tweaks are paid, and expensive at that, but for those who want a budget option, a new free jailbreak tweak called ReformX by zEstLabs could be just the one you’ve been waiting for.
This tweak provides you all kinds of options for tricking out your Home screen, ranging from the layout of your Home screen icons, to the style of your dock, to the appearance of your folders; the list goes on.