New Cydia Tweaks To Try: AutoLaunch, Littlemoji And MultiActions

In a mood to try some new and exciting Cydia hacks on your jailbroken iOS device? Then you have come to the right place, as we have got some newly released tweaks that will surely fill your appetite. In this tweak roundup we have featured AutoLaunch, Littlemoji and MultiActions. The iOS compatibility on these tweaks varies so read on to learn about what they do and if you need iOS 10 or iOS 9 in order to be able to run them on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Lets get started.


The AutoLaunch tweak is the perfect tweak for someone who is jailbroken. The tweak automatically relaunches any currently running application that crashes for some reason. Many jailbreak users would have experienced certain apps crashing, and having to relaunch them from the homescreen isn’t convenient so this tweak is quite useful. From settings you can enable or disable the tweak for apps installed on your iOS device. Download AutoLaunch from Cydia for free. According to its developer it works with all versions of iOS.


On iOS 10 whenever someone sends a single emoji through iMessage, it appears enlarged at 3x the normal size. While this feature was added to iMessage to make using emojis fun, if you don’t like the new look, then install Littlemoji tweak from Cydia. It simply displays single emojis sent through iMessage in their normal size. The tweak is available in Cydia for free. It is fully compatible with iOS 10.


If you hate deleting multiple apps at once since you have to delete them one by one, MultiActions tweak is for you. In addition to allowing users to easily delete multiple apps at once it also makes it possible for them to create and fill up folders with multiple apps and remove multiple apps from folders at once without having to go back and forth into and out of them. You can download MultiActions tweak from Cydia for $1.49.

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