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  • Best iOS 9 Jailbreak Tweaks of the Week - December 6th 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. 3DNotifications $1.49

    3DNotifications is a new jailbreak tweak that adds some 3D Touch depth to your notifications on your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus. With this tweak, if you have notifications in Notification Center from certain supported applications, you can use 3D Touch to perform actions right from the notification without even having to open the application up. Some of the supported apps include Messages, Calendar, Mail, Phone, and Wallet, and more are coming in the future. You can read our full review of 3DNotifications at this link.

    2. Goodges FREE

    Another tweak worth checking out is Goodges, which is a tweak that replaces the notification badges on application icons with subtle notification labels instead. It replaces the name of the application with customizable colored labels that show you how many missed notifications you have. You can read our full review of Goodges at this link.

    3. Tweak Count 2 FREE

    Tweak Count 2 is a tweak that adds information to Cydia so that you know how many installed packages that you have on your jailbroken device. With it, you can keep track of how many packages you have installed, which is perfect for minimalists that want to keep that number to a bare minimum for performance reasons. You can read our full review of Tweak Count 2 at this link.

    4. StealthFolder FREE

    For those of you that need a way to put the applications on your device into a folder that you don't want to see anymore, StealthFolder is a tweak that lets you put all those apps into a folder that appears invisible on your Home Screen. Intended for people that don't use folders on their Home Screen, this tweak lets you essentially hide certain applications in folders because folders are not visible on the Home Screen. Whether you want to hide certain applications because you hate them, or so that someone who uses your device doesn't know you even have them, it's a useful companion tweak with endless possibilities. You can read our full review of StealthFolder at this link.

    5. HardwareSpecs FREE

    Last on our list this week, but not least, is a tweak called HardwareSpecs, which adds a detailed pane to your Settings application that lets you see all of the most important hardware specs of your device that Apple doesn't make clear on their own. This is similar to the information you would see after performing a Geekbench benchmark test, and it's made available right in your Settings application for your convenience. You can read our full review of HardwareSpecs at this link.

    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 - December 6th Edition started by Anthony Bouchard View original post