Now you can control your iOS 10.2 iDevices with these Cydia tweaks. Slide2Kill 7, ConfirmKill, iKeyMonitor and DockShift were released this week for iPhone, iPad Mini, Air, iPod Touch…
iKeyMonitor, DockShift and Slide2Kill 7 were the prime apps that got good popularity among jailbreak community users.repository has released all these tweaks for iOS 9.
Personally, i would use Slide2Kill 7 or ConfirmKill as must have apps. They allow user to close open apps on iPhone 5S/5C, iPod Touch, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2 etc. Furthermore, they are free too.
Here are the tweaks…
1 : It is listed under security section of Cydia app store. This jailbreak tweak is developed by Awosoft Technology under BigBoss repository at free of cost. iKeyMonitor is key logger app for your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad Air, Mini etc.
It is the best alternative for, a free iPhone Spy application. It tracks keystrocks, passwords, SMS, Websites that have been visited and much more. iKeyMonitor works in stealth mode and password protected.
It can be downloaded from BigBoss repo source, just search for iKeyMonitor, tap on install and that’s it.
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2 Slide2Kill 7: Suu has developed this tiny jailbreak tweak that allows us to close applications from app slider. The easiest way to close open applications. is compatible for iOS 10.2 and all former firmwares. It can be installed from BigBoss repo.
3 DockShift: I love this cool Cydia hack. It just change the look of your dock screen. DockShift is a free tweak and hosted under source. All the iDevices are supported except iPhone 4. Fully compatible for iOS 9. DockShift brings numerous beautiful backgrounds to your iDevice.
4 : An other tweak to close open applications. Once ConfirmKill is installed, you will get confirmation notice, before closing selected application from multitasking switcher. It is must have tweak that all we need. Its free jailbreak hack that is fully compatible for iOS 9+
We have seen three best jailbreak tweaks in the first week of 2015, let us know how do you see these applications. Do they useful to you? We are eager to listen your comments.