TOP 05 BRAND NEW CYDIA TWEAKS FOR iOS 8.4/8.3/8 – Part 06

TOP 05 BRAND NEW CYDIA TWEAKS FOR iOS 8.4/8.3/8 – Part 06


All New Top 05 iOS 8.3 / 8.4 Tweaks Part 05 For iOS 8, 8.1, 8.1.1, 8.1.2 , 8.1.3 , 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 │ TaiG 2.1.2 / 2.1.3 / 2.2.0 / 2.2.1 / 2.3.0 / 2.3.1  Jailbreak Compatible │Pangu Jailbreak Compatible │ BEST OF 2015 TWEAKS .


#1 – Battivator
#2 – MusicRotate
#3 – Minimal Camera 2
#4 – SwipeForMore
#5 – Twitter++


#1 – Battivator is a powerful battery saving tweak that allows users to create profiles and set actions that are activated once the device reaches a certain battery level. Users can configure Battivator to disable WiFi, cellular data, Bluetooth, kill apps running in the background, enable airplane mode and more. You can even set the tweak to notify you with an SMS among other methods when your device reaches a particular battery level. It also features an iOS 9 like Low Power mode that is designed to extend iPhone’s battery to the maximum. Battivator is available for $1.49.

#2 – MusicRotate With iOS 8.4 we got a redesigned Music app that does much more than just playing music from the library. The app also has features like music streaming, internet radio and connect, which allows users to follow updates coming from their favorite artists. A very noticeable change in the new Music app is that it no longer has the coverflow mode that used to display album art whenever you shifted your device in landscape mode. Many users would appreciate the elimination of the coverflow screen as it wasn’t very useful.

 While we never liked the coverflow mode of the older Music app we certainly wouldn’t mind having a normal landscape model in the app. The new MusicRotate tweak does exactly that as it enables the landscape mode in iOS 8.4’s Music app. The rotation works in a same way as it does in other applications and the app rotates whenever you turn your device left or right. Once you have installed the tweak you will forget you even downloaded it, as it looks quite native. The app looks much better in landscape mode on larger devices such as iPhone 6 plus, which has more screen real estate to offer.

There are no options to configure for MusicRotate and you can download it from Cydia for free.
#3 – Minimal Camera 2 Using the Minimal Camera 2 tweak you can hide certain elements of the Camera app’s UI. With this tweak you can hide flash button, HDR button, timer, filters and more.

Even though Apple stripped a lot of design and detail from the Camera app after pushing all devices to iOS 7, sometimes the community just can’t be pleased. A new simple tweak called MinimalCamera does away with every single bit of design left in the app, and lets you have a full screen viewfinder before snapping photos.

After you install the tweak you may find that it doesn’t seem to be working. But after you head to the Settings app and read the much-appreciated getting started guide, you’ll figure out how to use this tweak. Opening up the Camera app will still present you with the default design, but tapping and holding on the screen will make the buttons magically disappear.

And that’s pretty much it to this simple tweak. After the buttons are no longer on-screen and you get the beauty of a full-screen camera experience, just tap the screen once to take a picture. Notably, the tweak still lets you swipe between camera modes, but the way it starts and stops video as well as controls panoramas can be quite confusing.

As you might expect from a tweak this simple, it’s available on Cydia completely free.
#4 – SwipeForMore tweak makes using Cydia easier by adding Mail app like gestures to the store. With this tweak you can swipe on any tweak to quickly install or add it to the queue on ‘Changes’ page. Similarly, you can remove, reinstall or add a tweak to removal queue from the ‘Install’ page. All you need to do is swipe on its cell. Just like every other tweak featured in this post SwipeForMore is also free.

SwipeForMore is an awesome tweak that will surely become a staple for many. Simply being able to swipe on a tweak to install, queue, or uninstall, is so much faster than the old way of managing packages.

Queuing, in particular, benefits from SwipeForMore. When you use queueing via SwipeForMore’s interface, the Confirm dialogue pops up, but then automatically disappears in order to accept your next command.

There are a couple of options in the Settings app for SwipeForMore. There’s a kill-switch for quickly disabling a tweak, and there’s a skip confirmation switch that allows you to skip the confirm dialogue for even faster installs.
#5 – Twitter++ (free on BigBoss) is a new jailbreak tweak that adds easy list access, along with a whole slew of other desirable features. It lets you easily share links and images from tweets, share tweets outside of twitter, share direct messages, download videos, and much, much more.

If you’re looking to supercharge the stock Twitter app experience on iOS, then look no further than Twitter++.

I’m just going to list many of the features that Twitter++ brings to the table, because frankly it’s a ridiculous amount of new features.

  • Share links directly from tweets
  • Share images from tweets
  • Share tweets outside apps
  • GIF and Vine sharing and saving
  • Image and video sharing and saving
  • DM sharing
  • Youtube integration
  • Instagram links open in Instagram app
  • Browser integration with your favorite browser of choice
  • Show keyboard on compose
  • Easy list access from main feed
  • Confirm favorite dialogue
  • Remove follow button on tweets
  • Remove status bar
  • Show verified badges in timeline
  • View tweets and profiles of blocked users

And that’s not even the fully exhaustive list of features.

Once you install Twitter++, the modifications will appear within the Twitter app immediately. Twitter++ doesn’t feature a preference panel in the stock Settings app, but you are able to configure its settings via the Twitter app itself.

No doubt you’ll find at least a handful of features in Twitter++ that you’ll find useful. As I stated, I really love having quick one-touch access to my lists, and I’m sure I’ll begin to appreciate many of its other features as I get used to having it installed on my iPhone.


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