With the release of the iOS 9 jailbreak, chances are high that you’ve already jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch – provided that you didn’t update your device to the recently-released firmware update, iOS 9.1. To help you out, here are ten of the best iOS 9 compatible tweaks that could push you to jailbreak iOS 9.
YouTube Original Plus
If you frequently use YouTube on your iOS device, then YouTube Original Plus is a must-have tweak. Fortunately, it’s now fully compatible with iOS 9. YouTube Original Plus lets you block ads, block promoted ads, disable age restrictions, and enable HD Playback on cellular data.
There are certain elements of the iOS 9 UI that many people can do without. If you are one of those users, then HideMe8 LITE is an essential. This tweak gives you an extensive list of options that let you hide UI elements of iOS 9. There is a paid version ($0.99) but the Lite version is free and comes with plenty of options.
We all have that friend or relative that love to send us pointless messages that clutter up our notifications. Muting messaging threads in iOS 9 can be rather tedious. Mutiny makes that process a lot simpler since you can mute the conversation straight from the messages list with a swipe and tap.
The text selection mechanic in iOS leaves a lot to be desired. This is SwipeSelection became a fan-favorite among the jailbreak community because it provides painless way to select and edit texts on iOS by simply swiping across the keyboard.
FaceDown is a really simple but handy tweak that automatically puts your iPhone into sleep / lock mode by simply placing the device face down. There are no settings to configure. Just install and enjoy this tweak.
NoSlowAnimations is a must-have tweak for those who want to speed up iOS 9 performance on their device. With this tweak, you can completely remove transition animations which instantly make your device faster when switching between applications.
The iOS Control Center has done a decent job of providing quick access to some of the most commonly used toggles. However, it’s not customizable – CCSettings fixes that. A great application of this tweak in iOS 9 is adding a shortcut to Low Power Mode.
Medusa for iPad
Have an older iPad and feel like missing out on the new multitasking features in iOS 9? Well, you don’t have to because the Medusa for iPad tweak brings the new multitasking features like Slide Over and Split View into older iPads.
Here’s another tweak that brings exclusive features to older iOS devices. Quick Actions is a feature exclusive only to iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Forcy lets you use that neat 3D Touch feature on your old iPhones.
As you might have guessed from the name of the tweak, EnableLivePhoto brings the Live Photo feature (exclusive only to 6s and 6s Plus) to previous generation iPhones. Happy you didn’t make that upgrade yet, eh?
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