If you’re someone who likes to install tons of tweak on your jailbroken iPhone, then TweakCount tweak is something you need to try out right now.
This tweak makes it easier for users to keep a track of jailbreak tweaks they have installed on their device.
With TweakCount tweak you can quickly find out the number of packages that are installed on your device. The tweak adds a cell on the Settings app that shows the number of tweaks installed.
You can tap on TweakCount cell inside the Settings app to reveal more information regarding your the packages installed on your jailbroken device.
TweakCount also shows a breakdown of what type of packages you have installed on your device. When you tap on the ‘Tweaks Installed’ button you can see the various types of tweaks and how many types of those tweaks your device has installed.
For example, you get a list of package types including Administration, Packaging, Themes, Tweaks, Utilities etc followed by the total number of packages installed of that type.
You can expand the list by tapping on the TweakCount cell and collapse the breakdown list by tapping on Show Less button.
TweakCount tweak is available on the Packix repo as a free download. It works with iOS 12 all the way up to iOS 14.5.