As a Jailbreaker, you may want to customize various parameters of your device’s SpringBoard UI and behavior. Therefore, you can check out a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called Springlicious by iOS developer zachary7829. Springlicious is one of the best all-in-one jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14, and it allows you to customize things such as the Home Screen, Dock, Status Bar, Folders, and more. After installation, Springlicious tweak adds a dedicated preference window to the Settings app, and you can begin to configure the tweak settings however you like.
- Enable the Dock indivisible
- Change the Dock’s opacity level
- Change the Dock’s color:
- Light Gray
- Dark Gray
- Light text color
- Enable the Home Screen’s page dots invisible
- Hide the Status Bar
- Hide the Status Bar’s VPN indicator
- Disable the battery charge symbol
- Enable/disable battery charge level spoofing
- Change the fake battery charge level you want on the Status Bar
- Disable the Status Bar’s Wi-Fi indicator
- Adjust the Folder icon opacity level on the Home Screen
- Select the number of icon rows on your Home Screen’s Folders
- Select the number of icon columns on your Home Screen’s Folders
- Hide the Folder title, volume slider, and Do Not Disturb banners
- Hide Home Screen app icon labels, offload icon, and TestFlight app dots from the Home Screen
Springlicious tweak is a great way to change some of the facets you always interact with on your handsets, like your Dock, Home Screen Folders, or the Status Bar. For example, you may want to remove some unwanted things, such as offloading icons and dots displayed by TestFlight apps.
Springlicious is simple and not comprehensive as other all-in-one jailbreak tweaks such as Springtomize. Fortunately, you can download Springlicious for free, and it contains some of the same options as many all-in-one jailbreak tweaks.
Those interested in trying Springlicious tweak can download it free from zachary7829’s repository via their favorite package manager app. The tweak also supports jailbroken iOS 13 and iOS 14. And iPadOS 13 and 14.
If you have not already taken advantage of zachary7829’s repository, you can add it to your package manager app by using the URL below.
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