12
Aug
2017

Atmos, Bio Locker, Musessions, and other jailbreak tweaks to check out this weekend

The jailbreak community is staying intact despite a slow couple of weeks; fortunately, new life was breathed into the jailbreak community this week with the launch of the Phoenix iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak and with the release of several interesting new jailbreak tweaks.

In this roundup, we’ll discuss all the new tweaks that launched in Cydia this week, starting with our favorites and then capping off with all the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

Atmos – $1.50

Priority Hub was a popular tweak for jailbreakers that allowed for better organization of notifications from the Lock screen and Notification Center, but since it was never updated for iOS 10, it left a few users sour.

Atmos is the solution to that problem; although it’s not free like the original Priority Hub was, it brings the same features to jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

The tweak is customizable and lets you sort your notifications on a per-app basis from both the Lock screen and Notification Center so that you’ll never have to feel overwhelmed by an influx of notifications again.

You can read our full review of Atmos to learn more about how it works.

Bio Locker – $1.99

Some people are more paranoid about their privacy than others, and while a passcode or Touch ID for signing into your device is enough for most iPhone users, those who demand more may want to look into Bio Locker.

This tweak provides a whole host of security options, including using Touch ID to launch apps, open folders, access the App Switcher, and modify notifications.

There are several other aspects to the tweak as well, but since there’s so much to this tweak, we’d suggest reading our full review to learn more.

Musessions – $3.00

Perhaps you use more than one music service on your device, and you’re looking for a more unified experience for your music? If so, Musessions is your best friend.

This app has a history tracker that keeps track of everything you listen to from every app. It also brings music importing to the Music app so you could add any music you’ve listened to previously to Apple’s stock Music app.

With its built-in media player and in-depth customization and control, Musessions is an app music junkies will want to check out. To learn more about its inner-workings, you can read our full review.

Other releases this week

Backspace+: Lets you avoid backspacing mistakes by enabling single-character backspacing at all times (free – review)

BlinkBadge: Makes your app notification badges blink on the Home screen (free – review)

CallPlus: A tweak to augment the capabilities of your Phone app ($1.50 – review)

DockXI For iOS10: Brings rounded corners to the Dock on jailbroken iOS 10 devices (free)

Hera: Turns the Status Bar icons into shortcuts for their respective system functions ($1.00 – review)

InstagramUICustomizer: Lets you customize the user interface of your Instagram app (free – review)

LSScreenshotLimit: Limits the number of screenshots you can take from the Lock screen (free – review)

MusessionsImporter: Imports your music to the Musessions app above (free)

SlideToUnlockX: Brings Slide to Unlock back to iOS 10 devices ($0.99 – review)

Although that wraps things up for this week, there are sure to be more exciting releases throughout the upcoming work week. As always, stay tuned to iDB as we keep you updated on all of the latest jailbreak tweak releases and news.

In the meantime, check out some of our dedicated jailbreak tweak roundups below to make sure you’re taking full advantage of your Yalu iOS 10 jailbreak:

What was your favorite jailbreak tweak release this week? Let us know in the comments section below!

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