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The iOS 9.3.3 jailbreaking tool was a huge hit when it was released. It covered iOS devices that were running on iOS 9.2 up until 9.3.3, making it one of the biggest jailbreaks that was ever released.

One of the best things about the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is the useful and interesting tweaks that it comes with. There are lots of options to choose from, and we’ve rounded up some of the best:

Browser Changer

Safari is a great web browser, but there are times when it’s not the browser you’d like to use. If this is the case, you can use Browser Changer to change your default browser from Safari to any other default option.

iCaughtU Pro



iCaughtU Pro works with Apple’s Find My iPhone and Activation Lock to make your device even more thief-proof. It takes photos of the person who tries to turn off your device with the wrong password and emails this photo along with the device’s GPS location to you.

AttachmentFlow

Reading attachments in iOS Mail can take time since you need to open them one by one. AttachmentFlow can change this by displaying attachment previews inline, which means you can view them without leaving the Mail app.

Poke ++ for Pokemon Go

Wondering how to catch Pokemon without tiring your feet out? Use Poke++. It lets you walk virtually around the map (instead of in real life!) so you can catch more Pokemon and complete your collection.

Cercube 3

If you’re always on YouTube, you’ll want to have this tweak in your device. Cercube 3 allows you to download YouTube videos to your device and play them while you’re offline. It’s a great way to re-watch your favorite videos without consuming a lot of data.

Watusi

Android users are lucky since they have modded WhatsApp apps, but you can now enjoy the same level of freedom with Watusi. It prevents the app from updating your LastSeen status and stops the delivery of delivery and read receipts, along with many other features.

Download these jailbreak tweaks and many more to make the most of your iOS 9.3.3 jailbreaking tool.

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