If you have a jailbroken device, your freedom is unlimited. As you already know, one of the advantages of jailbreaking is that you can go beyond Apple’s limitations and customize your device the way you want. In particular, it’s not surprising that you’ve used the jailbreak tweak previously released for iOS 13 called Cask 2 by iOS developer Ryan Nair. It animates table scrolling in a fun and quirky way on your device. Fortunately, Cask 3, an update to iOS 14, has been released by its developer, Ryan Nair. Like the previous version of the tweak, Cask 3 iOS 14 also brings animated table scrolling for all jailbroken devices running iOS 14 and up.

The developer states that the Cask 3 tweak was created because Cask 2 was incompatible with arm64e devices. Significantly, the tweak has been completely rewritten using Swift programming language. It is one of the first fully-featured tweaks to be written in Swift, and that means it has a lot better performance and less battery drain.

Like the Cask 2 tweak, Cask 3 brings slick new animations to table views in iOS 14, and the Settings app is a prime example. As you scroll up or down, you’ll see the fun and quirky animations.

Cask 3 iOS 14 Preview

Cask 3 Options

As you expect, the tweak is fully-customizable. Once installed, you’ll find a dedicated preference window in the Settings app where you can change with other animation styles and more.

Cask 3 iOS 14 Settings
  • Choose your preferred animation style
    • None
    • Fade
    • Flip
    • Bounce
    • Color
    • Permanent Color
    • Glitch
    • Helix
    • Rotate
    • Zoom
    • Drop
    • Stretch
    • Slide
  • Configure the animation duration
    • 100 ms
    • 250 ms
    • 333 ms
    • 400 ms
    • 500 ms
    • 667 ms
    • 750 ms
    • 900 ms
    • 1,000 ms
    • 1,250 ms
  • Enable or Disable Animate fresh views

Cask 3 Repo and Download

Those interested in trying Cask 3 can download it for free from the Packix repository via your preferred package manager app. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 14 devices. It is also open-source on Ryan Nair’s GitHub page for new developers interested in learning more about how it works.

Do you like to try Cask 3 out for your jailbroken device? Be sure to share why or why not in the comments section below.

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