If you enjoyed our previous list of newly released Cydia tweaks, then you are going to love this one. Today’s tweak roundup features some really cool hacks that are a must have for every jailbreak user. The best part is most of these tweaks support iOS 10 jailbreak along with previous versions of the operating system. Read on to learn about Bkstg Plus, CasualAlarm, NoHandwrittenMessage and Touchr.
Do you use the popular Bkstg app from the App Store? If yes, then you would know that you cannot download and save photos or videos from the app to your camera roll. While the app officially restricts users from saving media, the Bkstg Plus tweaks enables this feature. With this tweak you can simply tap and hold on any image to save it in the Photos app. To save videos you have to tap three times after which the menu appears with the Save Video option. You can download the Bkstg Plus tweak from Cydia for free. It supports iOS 10 and iOS 9.
The CasualAlarm tweak plays a random song from your Music library as your alarm tone. From settings you can turn the tweak on or off. CasualAlarm is a free tweak that works with iOS 9 powered devices.
One of the many new features iOS 10 brought to the Messages app is the handwriting feature. The app allows users to draw a figure or write a message by drawing on the screen. The handwriting screen can be accessed by turning the device sideways. If you are not a fan of this feature, then install the NoHandwrittenMessage tweak, which disables handwriting mode. The tweak works with iOS 10 without any problems and is available in Cydia for download.
The Touchr tweak allows users to perform different actions with the Touch ID home button using gestures. With this tweak installed you can perform actions by single press, double press, triple press, hold, press and hold, and pressing on the button and then sliding on the screen. You can assign all these gestures to action of your choice including home button press, device lock, Siri, accessing App Switcher, screenshot, back, last app and more. Touchr tweak is available with a 3 day trial, after which it costs $1.99. While the tweak requires iOS 9 or higher to work, there’s no specific mention of iOS 10 on its description page. If you are jailbroken on iOS 10 and end up installing this hack, then do let us know how it performs in the comment section below.