'Edit Alarms' Changes the Way You Edit Existing Alarms in iOS
Normally, when you go to edit an alarm, you would tap on the Edit button at the top left of the interface, and then red dots would appear at the left of each alarm that you could tap on to reveal a delete button, or you could tap on the individual alarms while you were in editing mode to edit the times.
A new free jailbreak tweak dubbed Edit Alarms
by iOS developer Julian Weiss makes editing your existing alarms even easier by allowing you to skip the Edit button and simply edit your alarms inline.
With the tweak installed, your Clock application won't even show an Edit button anymore. You can simply swipe on alarms to display a Delete button, or tap on the alarms to begin editing them.
Edit Alarms ultimately removes one of Apple's arguably-cumbersome fail-safes to make editing or deleting alarms even easier for you. Obviously, this means that it's much easier for you to accidentally delete or mess with an alarm that you already have set, so you'll want to take the extra caution when looking at your alarms not to accidentally mess one up. The tweak doesn't have any options to configure. If you want to give it a try, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository for free.