We’re not sure when we’ll see another iOS jailbreak and the users are starting to lose their patience, because they had enough of all the rumors that TaiG or Pangu will bring a iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1 or iOS 9.3 jailbreak in the near future. Either way, if you’re stuck with jailbroken iOS 9.0, iOS 9.0.1 or iOS 9.0.2 device, you will surely want to try out the latest tweaks that have been added to the Cydia store. Here’s a short list of recommendations.
This $1 tweak will bring back Deck, which was introduced in 2012 for iOS6 and which is a centralized sidebar sitting on the right side of the screen and which gives quick access to recent applications, favorite applications and any flipswitch toggle. This tweak can be customized in the settings panel.
If an updated application from your iPhone is behaving chaotically, being buggy and unstable, then it’s recommendable to downgrade it to a previous version. This can be done with a tweak called App Admin, but you’ll still need to download an older version of the update from the App Store, where you’ll see the Continue or Downgrade option.
AirPlay is a feature of iOS which allows you to stream music wirelessly to speakers that are compatible with this application. By installing the tweak, you will be able to transform your iPhones into an AirPlay-compatible speaker. The feature will work without requiring an application to run, and this is awesome.
This free tweak will prevent you from manually changing the settings of the date on your device (the year 1970, for example), because this will break your phone until the battery will be drained.
This application was banned in the App Store, but its developer has added it to the Cydia store. With it, you will small objects on the 3D Touch display on your iPhones (6S or 6S Plus) and the application will be accessed from the Control Center.
You’ll spend $1.99 on it, that’s if you’ll want to add virtual gravity to your home screen, as the icons will flow and you’ll have the option enable exploding animation. This can be invoked with an Activator gesture or by shaking the device.
Some users choose one of the standard sounds from their iPhones to play as their alarm, while others want to hear their favorite song when they wake up. SpotAlarm can be used to set any song from Spotify as an alarm sound.
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