Auki 2 jailbreak tweak is in development 


Auki 2Quick Reply and Quick Compose tweak released by Surenix and Bensge back at JailbreakCon in 2014—has a sequel in the works. Auki 2 is currently deep into development, and is the the result of a new collaboration between designer Surenix and developer Pimskeks.
Messages app tweaks like Auki are few and far between these days, especially with the demise of biteSMS, but Auki 2 looks poised to change that notion.

No screenshots or videos have been released to showcase Auki 2 in action, but we know that it will definitely have something to do with enhancing the Messages app. The first version of Auki was centrally focused on providing enhanced Messages app functionality like Quick Compose, Quick Reply, and Silent Mode features.

CYDIA GOES ONLINE!!!- here is the latest on this thanks to IDOWNLAOD BLOG FOR THERE POST

 Cydia Online” is the name of a new websitethat provides direct links to Cydia packages, repos, and information. The website, created by SwiftCracker, has no official affiliation with Cydia. We think it’s only a matter of time before the name is changed, as it’s blatantly infringing on saurik’s trademark.

That said, the premise behind the so-called Cydia online is pretty cool. It’s a fast online searchable vault of apps and tweaks found on Cydia’s default repos and even popular third-party repos.

It’s probably not going to last much longer under its current name, but the idea is, admittedly, an interesting one…

Users can search for apps and tweaks across a variety of repos, read information about tweaks, and even add needed repos using specially formatted links provided on the website.

I’ve not yet digested the full benefits of using a third-party website like this over the native and first-party Cydia app itself, especially at this early stage in the game. Right now, the website is sort of buggy, but I guess the argument can be made that it can potentially be faster than Cydia, and that ads from repos can be ignored.

I think that, ultimately, this would be a good idea if it was created by saurik himself, or if it at least took into account his feedback. Though I doubt saurik is keen on the idea of this website, especially since it uses his trademark. In fact, saurik has already commented about the blatant naming offense in the official reddit thread.

What do you think about Cydia Online? What benefits, if any, do you see something like this providing?


TATTON-jailbreak tweak 

Tatton is a recently released tweak that’s geared towards making your iPhone faster. In fact, the name Tatton itself is Greek for faster, and that’s what this tweak claims to do.
In order to accomplish this feat, Tatton, a free tweak available right now on the BigBoss repo, removes unnecessary features that can slow down iOS’ animations—think blurs and things of that nature. The developer of Tatton says that older devices in particular can benefit from his tweak. Does such a claim ring true?
Upon installation, however, it’s clear that this tweak is more of a mixed bag. It’s basically a potpourri of features that are randomly thrown together to comprise a finished tweak.
That’s not to say that Tatton is bad or anything, but it is definitely unfocused, and the idea that it will radically speed up a device, even an older device, is questionable at best.
Tatton is one of those jailbreak tweaks that throws a lot of settings switches at you with no clear guidelines or explanations for what the switches actually do. For example, there is a switch for “Speed up Safari”, yet we’re given no idea of what implications enabling such a switch might have.
After using Tatton, I didn’t find that it noticeably speed up my user experience at all. In fact, in some cases, such as opening the App Switcher, I notice more lag with the tweak installed. Needless to say, your mileage may vary.

Fortunately, Tatton is a free jailbreak tweak, so you can feel free to investigate it to see whether or not it works for you. Personally, I can’t see many people using this tweak over something like NoSlowAnimations or SpeedIntensifier, but that’s the wonderful thing about Cydia; we have lots of choice.