50 jailbreak tweaks Works with iOS 8.3 Jailbreak [Video]

If you've jailbroken your iPhone running on iOS 8.3, you probably know that most of Cydia tweaks still doesn't support 8.3 jailbreak. However, we've made a list that contains about 50 jailbreak tweaks all works perfectly with iOS 8.3 jailbreak..

Watch our video, and be impressed by the sheer breadth and variety of the Cydia catalog!


  • Tage
  • OneHandWizard
  • BioProtect
  • NoSlowAnimations
  • CallBar
  • Barrel
  • iFile
  • Activator
  • LittleBrother
  • ReachApp
  • Apex 2
  • MTerminal
  • 3G Unrestrictor
  • AquaBoard 8
  • Zeppelin
  • MultiDelete
  • PowerApp
  • Combination Lock
  • SmoothCursor
  • Cask
  • Lithium
  • WeatherBoard
  • Photo Organizer 8
  • ShowCase
  • Anchor
  • UntetheredHeySiri
  • DetailedBatteryUsage
  • Aria
  • Circulate
  • CleverPin
  • Kodi
  • IntelliScreen X
  • RecordPause
  • Heads Up Display Mode
  • Full Switch
  • CustomStatusBar
  • PowerPlus
  • CameraTweak 3
  • PrismBoard
  • CloseAll
  • f.lux
  • Virtual Home
  • SwipeSelection
  • NCMeters
  • AlbumShot
  • Particle Wallpapers
  • WinterBoard
  • Flex 2
  • BytaFont 2
  • TinyBar
  • Winterboard
Other tweaks tested on iOS 8.3: 
  • Cylinder brings a number of animations to page animations like the 3D-cube effect. Read our
  • SwipeSelection brings a cool new way to edit text on iOS using gestures. After installing the tweak, you can swipe on your iPhone or iPad’s virtual keyboard to move the cursor by character to edit text. If you swipe with two fingers, to move the cursor by word. 
  • MessagesCustomiser (repo: http://chewitt.me/repo/): allows you to customize the look of the Messages app. 
  • Mobius (repo: http://repo.tylercasson.com/) brings infinite scrolling to the Home screen and folders. 
  • MTerminal brings Terminal to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch so you can use it to change the default root password.
  • PrismBoard changes the color of the character previews when you tap on the keys on the keyboard.
  • SmoothPop adds fade in and fade out animations to the character previews.
  • BytaFont 2 allows you to change the system font on your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
  • ShowCase makes it easier to figure out if you’re typing in capital letters or lower case by displaying upper case and lower case letters on the keyboard.
  • PowerPlus provides more options in the power-down menu when holding the Lock button.
  • SmoothCursor – If you’ve used Office 2013 then you probably have noticed the cursor that comes along with it and that cursor is exactly what you get with this tweak. If you’re not familiar, the cursor will no longer jump from character to character as you type, instead it will fluidly move throughout the text while you type. Think of it as a much higher fps tweak for your cursor.
  • Zeppelin lets you change your iPhone’s carrier logo. 
  • SwishSwitcher plays a sound every time you close the App Switcher.
  • CloseAll allows you to close all open tabs at once in Safari on your iPhone or iPad. Read our CloseAll review for more details.
  • CheeseCake brings the Android Lollipop sleep animation. So when you put your device to sleep, you get a nice zoom out/fade out animation.
  • LongCCB lets you tap and hold on a Control Center toggle to quickly access the appropriate Settings pane. Read our oLongCCB review.
  • CircleIcons allows you to change the look of the Settings app with Circular icons.
  • HideMe8 Lite is the mother of all jailbreak tweaks when it comes to allowing you hide UI elements.
  • HUDTransparent8 makes the usual blurred background on the volume hud, nonexistent. It will only show you the glyphs from the hud and it makes it much less intrusive when watching videos.
  • Speed Intensifier speeds up animations on your device. You have 3 modes to choose from, Simple, Fusion, and Advanced. 
  • betterFiveColumnHomescreen (repo: http://repo.rpdev.info/) allows you to have 5 columns of apps on your Springboard. 
  • betterFiveIconDock (repo: http://repo.rpdev.info/) lets you add a fifth icon to the iPhone dock. 
  • DateInstatusbar (repo: http://repo.rpdev.info/) will put the date right in the status bar, which makes it easy to check the date while you’re inside an app, or anywhere on your device.
  • Theme – Amor – we’ve used the Amor theme to customize our jailbroken iPhone for the video.
  • Font – Architects Daughter – we’ve used the Architects Daughter font as the system font for the video.

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