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  • Best iOS 9 Jailbreak Tweaks of the Week - November 15th Edition

    This recap will go over the best jailbreak tweaks that we've shown you this week. It's certainly not all of them, but we think these are some of the most worthy of recognition out of what we have been able to show you this week. These are in no specific order, and they're all compatible with the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.0-9.0.2, which is available for Windows. Check them out!

    1. Eclipse 3 99

    First on our list this week is Eclipse 3, the next iteration of the popular night-mode jailbreak tweak intended for iOS 9 users. This tweak lets you have a darker user interface for when night time arises. This way, you aren't staring down a bright white user interface later at night and straining your eyes in a low-light situation. You can prevent certain applications from having the night mode interface, and you can even configuring coloring and additional options. You can read our full review of Eclipse 3 a this link, so be sure to check it out!

    2. Lylac $1.99

    For those with Auxo nostalgia, Lylac is a tweak that brings the Auxo-style interface to iOS 9, but with a scaled down version of the updated iOS 9 App Switcher instead of the iOS 8-style App Switcher that other Auxo-inspired tweaks would have integrated into them. Lylac comes with options for configuring a wide variety of features, whether it's appearance or functionality. You can read our full review on Lylac at this link to learn more about its features and capabilities. Check it out!

    3. NCCards $2.99

    Next on our list is NCCards, which is a cool new take on Notification Center for iOS to make it look and behave more like Notification Center on the Apple Watch. With it, you get the new card-like notifications, which you can swipe to remove from Notification Center, or you can perform a "Clear All" gesture, just like you can on the Apple Watch. It's more of a cosmetic change than anything, but we feel the gestures are more intuitive than they were in the stock version of Notification Center too, so you could say it's also a functional improvement. You can read our full review of NCCards at this link, so be sure to read up on more of what it can do!

    4. PictureInPicture $1.99

    Another worthy install that we showed you this week is PictureInPicture, which enables and expands the picture in picture video multitasking on unsupported devices. Ryan Petrich made this tweak in an attempt to create a lightweight alternative to VideoPane, and in doing so, those with VideoPane can download this tweak for free it's available in his beta repository. It gives you not only picture in picture on unsupported devices, but it even lets you choose the default size of the video when it's opened in picture in picture mode. You can read our full review of PictureInPicture at this link. Check it out!

    5. AnySpot for iOS 9 $2.99

    Last on our list this week, but not least, is AnySpot for iOS 9, which allows you to invoke Spotlight from anywhere in iOS with a simple Activator action. The benefit to this is being able to perform searches even while you're in an application, which means yu don't have to leave the interface you're already in. You can read our full review of AnySpot for iOS 9 at this link, so check it out if you haven't already.

    If you missed our previous edition of Best Jailbreak Tweaks of the Week, you can read all about them at this link.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Best iOS 9 Jailbreak Tweaks of the Week - November 15th Edition started by Anthony Bouchard View original post