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and Poof are the Cydia tweaks that can hide any stock app from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. If you haven’t jailbroken iOS, there are couple of alternative ways to hide those apps without jailbreak your iOS.
Like any operating systems, iOS also comes with lots of built-in applications such as multimedia, productivity, tools, games and stock apps. They are really useful and must have apps, however, you can easily hide them, if you don’t like any of them or all.
There are many ways to do so. There are Cydia tweaks that can be used to hide apps on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.available for jailbroken iOS to hide these applications, whereas for non-jailbroken iOS devices, there are some simple tricks available to do so. First of all, we will see those
1 : Jailbreak users can easily hide their unuseful apps using SBSettings. It comes with a variety of features and hiding apps is one of them. It will show you all of apps and it depends on you, which application you wanna hide. You can hide all the icons from your springboard or selected apps as per your choice.
2 Poof: Its another Cydia hack that has been specially designed to hide apps from springboard. You can hide any app from your iPhone or iPad. I would recommend , because its very low in size and runs smoothly on jailbroken iOS device.
How to Hide an App without Jailbreak iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch
If you have upgraded to latest iOS firmware such as iOS 7 or newer one, you can hide apps easily. You don’t need any Cydia app or jailbreak. Just follow the simple steps…
- Open Settings, tap on General
- Now tap on Restrictions and make sure there are allowed apps listed.
- Just hide them as per your selection or hide all of those applications.
Tip: You can move all unuseful applications in one particular folder to clean your springboard, this is how you can get rid of those mess up apps.
Cydia apps are better than any trick, so, if possible, jailbreak your iOS with the newest jailbreak too. If you know other alternatives, you can share them in the comments.