With the recent release of Torine Jailbreak, both Torine and unc0ver Jailbreak officially support all iOS and iPadOS 14.0-14.3 devices. Furthermore, Silio also provides for all modern jailbreaks. Many useful tweaks have also been released to users of these tools. This ‘Jailbreak tweaks of the week‘ article let you know the useful tweaks released in the last week. We feature the latest Jailbreak tweak releases and Jailbreak-centric news releases from Monday, April 12 to Sunday, April 18.
Favorite Jailbreak tweaks of the week
HiddenLock14 – Free
If you are concerned about privacy, this tweak is for you. HiddenLock14 is a new and free jailbreak tweak that requires a user’s authentication before opening the ‘Hidden’ album in the photo app of your iPhone or iPad.
You can know more about HiddenLock14 and how it works in our full review.
Spotilife for iOS 14 – Free
Spotilife’s developer has recently released version 1.5 of Spotilife iOS 14. Spotilife iOS 14 is a cool jailbreak tweak that allows you to get a free experience of Spotify’s all premium features.
You can learn more about Spotilife for iOS 14 and how it works in our full review.
IntelligentPass 4 – $2.99
IntelligentPass 4 is an easy-to-use tweak that allows iPhone and iPad users to bypass their passcode or device authentication entirely in a low-risk environment. You can configure it to work within a range of specific Wi-Fi networks or Bluetooth devices or based on the other conditions.
You can know more about IntelligentPass 4 and what it can do in our full review.
AwesomePageDots for iOS 14 – Free
AwesomePageDots for iOS 14 is a great tweak. It adds an attractive animation to the page dots on your home screen on your iPhone or iPad. Now it has been updated to work with iOS 14.
AwesomePageDots tweak has added eight (8) simple animations with the iOS 14 update.
You can learn more about AwesomePageDots for iOS 14 and what it can do in our full review.
Other Jailbreak tweaks of the week
BattiBar – Free
BattiBar is a simple tweak that colorizes your status bar based on the percentage of your battery on a gradient.
It changes the color of the status bar items in proportion to the battery percentage, depending on the color you choose. Primarily, BattiBar offers options to change the color of the status bar in both dark mode and light mode.
You can learn more about BattiBar and what it can do in our full review.
DNDBadges – Free
DNDBadges will turn the notification badges of the Home Screen purple when you enable DoNotDisturb on your iOS device. The one you need to activate the tweak is tapping the DoNotDisturb module from the control center.
Significantly, the tweak is compatible with ColorBadges and supports jailbroken iOS 12, 13, and iOS 14 devices.
You can learn more about DNDBadges and what it can do in our full review.
Gradi tweak for iOS 14 – $1.50
More significantly, Gradi brings a YouTube Music / Google Music-inspired Now Playing widget to iOS, and it changes the native Now playing widget in iOS 14.
In other words, it replaces iOS’ native Now Playing interface as YouTube Music / Google Music-inspired Now Playing screen on the Lock Screen.
You can learn more about Gradi and what it can do in our full review.
Arizona – Free.
Arizona is a newly released free jailbreak tweak that allows users to reposition the date and time on the lock screen as they wish. In other words, it lets jailbreakers change the alignment of the native lock screen clock to a fixed position (left or right) or to a custom position you want.
You can learn more about Arizona and what it can do in our full review.
TimeStamp – Free
What if the status bar on the iPhone or iPad displays the date in addition to the time? If you have jailbroken your iPhone, it will not be a problem anymore.
The Timestamp is a new and free jailbreak tweak that displays the status bar’s time and date alternately every ten seconds. However, it is a great tweak if you would like to see the date in addition to the status bar time without any additional clutter.
You can learn more about TimeStamp and what it can do in our full review.
What was your favorite jailbreak tweak from this ‘Jailbreak tweaks of the week’ article? We’d like to hear your ideas. So, let us them in the comments section down below.