Ten best tweaks updated for iOS 8

With the release of untethered jailbreak for mobile devices based on iOS 8 / 8.1, many users immediately decided to install their favorite tweaks. But we found that not all of them work on the new system. And today we present to you the ten most popular tweaks that have already been updated for iOS 8.

Ten best tweaks updated for iOS 8

It may happen that your favorite tweak is not included in this list. Don’t worry, developers should update most of the extensions soon.

Ten best tweaks updated for iOS 8

Barrel is a visual utility that changes the animation of turning screens. There are about two dozen different effects available.

StatusHUD 2 Is a very simple and recently free extension. It adds a volume indicator to the top status bar.

Ten best tweaks updated for iOS 8

Alkaline – another simple tweak. It changes the appearance of the battery indicator and does so without the need to install a WinterBoard.

Ten best tweaks updated for iOS 8

F.lux designed for those who care about their eyesight. During the day, the tweak changes the brightness and color temperature of the screen. This reduces the strain on your eyes.

NoSlowAnimations does exactly what the name says. The utility accelerates smooth animations in iOS 8.

Ten best tweaks updated for iOS 8

Virtual Home opens up new possibilities for TouchID. With a tweak, the scanner can be used as the Home key to perform system actions.

Zeppelin – not the most useful, but interesting enough tweak. He changes the name of the mobile operator to something else. There are about 20 logo options to choose from.

Ten best tweaks updated for iOS 8

WinterBoard Is a powerful enough tweak that allows you to make changes to any element of the iOS interface. It often works in tandem with other utilities.

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SwypeSelection – a utility for changing the mechanics of selecting text and quickly moving around it.

Ten best tweaks updated for iOS 8

JellyLock 7 changes your iPhone’s lock screen. Instead of the usual iOS screen, a “locker” will appear, similar to the one used in Android.

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