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No matter what you’re looking for, there’s a big chance that you will be able to find it on Cydia. That is one of the main reasons people are jailbreaking their devices in search of more freedom for their handsets.

If you’ve been away from the jailbreaking scene for a while, or if you’re completely new to what a jailbroken iPhone has to offer, we have provided you with a list of Cydia tweaks that will enhance your experience tenfold. Check them out and feel free to jump right in and test them for yourself. With a large variation of themes, a lot of these tweaks can come in handy quite often while others are just nice to have as either a cosmetic element or pure customization option. Let’s see what we can find and which of these tweaks are in tone with your personal style.

ArithmaticAlarm9



This little gem is something a lot of students of young workers will find useful or at the very least interesting. It’s a way to make your alarm clock test your math clock each morning. To be more precise, we’re talking about a tweak that makes it so you need to correctly answer math questions to turn off the phone’s alarm. Just blindly reaching out with one arm and hitting the snooze button won’t work anymore, and if you think you need this then it’s probably for the better.

CustomNC

The Notification Center is a great addition to iOS, but some people might not like it in its entirety. For them, CustomNC might be the solution at it allows you to take out specific elements of the feature.

BottomBar

The bottom of your iPhone display is not the natural location of your status bar, but if you would like it to be, you can make it happen with this nifty little tweak.

GIFLock

Some users are very serious about their customization, so if they want to put a GIF as their phone’s lockscreen, don’t argue with them. Just point them towards GIFLock and be on your way.

SkyCalendar

This tweak is an alternative for the basic calendar and it also lets you view how much you have left until a particular event.

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