This is a free tweak in the BIGBOSSREPO and is developed by Skitty
Compatible with iOS 9
Hold the power button for a sleek menu to pop up with 3 options, Respring, SafeMode, and Reboot. Tap anywhere to close it! FastBoot is a customizable popup you can open in the springboard or any other app. Change the appearance in settings with DarkMode, Shadows, and Rounded Corners.
This jailbreak tweak is developed by Jonathan winger lane and is in the BIGBOSS repo for 2.49 $
DescriptionCompatible with iPhones on iOS 7, 8 and 9. Full iPad support is coming!
Snapper is a tweak that lets you crop a portion of the screen and keep it floating on the screen.
This is useful for (example):
– Never switching between two apps multiple times to enter a password ever again – Comparing stuff on the screen!
– Instantly censoring an image that you want to share
– Keep a reference to something while searching in e.g. Safari
– Great for when you have a hard to spell word snapped that you need to enter somewhere
– Take a screenshot of a small part of the screen only
– Zoom unzoomable images
– Can’t copy text in some app? Just snap it and save to camera roll for later .. and more!
– Control the area to crop before snapping!
– Or don’t – snapper has multiple modes
– Use it with Activator, or without!
– Never lose a snap, the history panel (access via Activator OR the Settings app)
– Snaps organised by application snapped within
– Multiple snaps on the screen at the same time
– Facebook-heads-like interface to close snaps
– Save to camera roll instantly
– Sharing built-in
– Automatically copy snap to clipboard (optional)
– No DRM!
– Awesome animations!
This is the home screen layout on my iPad Air 2, which is fully Jailbroken running iOS 8.4. As you can see I have custom App icons which is achieved by a Winterboard theme I installed called Lasso, which is a great looking theme on the iPad and iPhone. I also have a custom weather iWidget called CORE iWidget UniAW_v3.3, which is animated and gives you a five day weather forecast in your area. I also have a tweak called ClassicDock which gives you back the old style dock that came in the good old days of iOS 6, which I think is a much better looking dock than the dock currently in iOS 9. You may notice I have up to 5 icons going across the home screen instead of the standard 4. That’s all thanks to a Cydia tweak called betterFiveColumnHomescreen, which allows you to have up to 5 icons across your home screen. These are just a few of the many Cydia tweaks that I have installed on my Jailbroken iPad Air 2. So if you have a Jailbroken iDevice, what are you waiting for. Head over to Cydia now and start fully customising your iDevice.
Posted By: Ben Beedell