This week, we rarely saw strong jailbreak apps with powerful features revising, most are little jailbreak tweaks to make your idevice more smooth to operate and looks more cool, so many of them are free. Take a look.
1. DoubleDock - $0.99
The iOS dock is a great way to keep some of our favorite applications in sight no matter what page on the home screen we scroll to, however Apple limits us to only four applications on the dock. Other jailbreak tweaks have been able to break that limit and allow us to add as many icons to our dock as we want – even to be able to scroll through our dock like we scroll through home screen pages.
2. Bars - FREE
Do you feel like the iPhone’s signal indicator is too liberal on its readings? Does the signal strength seem a little too high for the cellular performance you’re getting? A new free jailbreak tweak dubbed Bars by iOS developer phoenix3200 promises more accurate signal strength indicator readings by allowing fractions of the bars to appear to indicate more precise and conservative readings.
3. CmdTab - FREE
CmdTab is a new free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer coffeejay, which is an attempt at bringing a Mac OS X-like quick switcher to iOS. You can see screenshots of the tweak in action above.
4. AppUpdateNotifier - $1.49
Are you one of those people that don’t check the App Store regularly for updates for the applications on your iDevice? A new jailbreak tweak dubbed AppUpdateNotifier will integrate seamlessly with iOS 5’s notification system to alert you when updates for your applications are live in the App Store without the need for launching the App Store and checking for yourself.
5. Aero - $1.99
SBCoders — the same developer behind the highly anticipated Deck jailbreak tweak – is back at it again. Aero is the latest creation from SBCoders, and their aim is to bring significant style and grace to the mundane task of switching apps. The beta preview of Aero that we tested was three short of a dozen different animations. Really cool.
6. Photo Enhancer - FREE
7. SendAny and ReceiveAny
iMessage has always been bogged down to sending only messages or photo and video files. iOS developers Ryan Petrich and Nikos Lykousas have been collaborating to create a new jailbreak tweak duo, dubbed SendAny and ReceiveAny. These two jailbreak tweaks work together to make it so you can send or receive any file through the Messages application using iMessage.