3 Upcoming Jailbreak Tweaks That You Must Watch Out For

Jailbreaking your iOS device is risky business since you’re essentially putting your warranty and online security

Jailbreaking your iOS device is risky business since you’re essentially putting your warranty and online security on the line just to have the option to customize your smartphone or tablet. However, many people believe that it’s all worth it, particularly when they come across jailbreak tweaks that give iOS users more control over their device, let them enjoy more flexibility in terms of tools and features, and generally make life easier.

If you’re one of the many jailbreaking fans, you’re probably looking for new tweaks to download and install into your device. Don’t worry since we’ve got you covered with our list of up-and-coming jailbreaking tweaks! These are still in development so you won’t find them on Cydia or anywhere else, but they’re scheduled to be released in the coming weeks and months.

  1. Andrios for iOS 10

Andrios was initially released on 2015, but it will soon be back with a version that’s compatible with iOS 10. If you’re not familiar with this tweak, Andrios converts your iOS device’s interface and makes it look like the Android OS interface. This won’t make any sense for Apple loyalists, but it will be welcomed by those who loved Android but had to switch to iOS for better security and/or certain features.

  1. Vigor

Have you ever wished that you could see everything that’s going on in your phone at just a glance? If you have, you’ll want to check out Vigor. Developed by the Atom Dev Team, this tweak allows app icons to display relevant information about their respective apps. For instance, if you don’t have any events for the day, the Calendar app will flash “No Events”. If your mom sent you a message on WhatsApp, the WhatsApp icon will flash “Mom”. It’s a great way to see which apps need your immediate attention and which ones don’t.

  1. Supercharge

Supercharge works like Flex, another jailbreak tweak that allows users to modify apps and change how they behave — even without coding experience. The only difference is that Supercharge works on devices that have not been jailbroken. So, it’s technically not a jailbreak tweak, but we included it in the list for those who are on the fence about jailbreaking and want to get a taste of it before making a decision.

Give these jailbreak tweaks a try once they get released! You can also check out the top jaibreak tweaks for a smoother user experience.