Useful apps only on Jailbroken iOS

Discussion in 'Jailbreak & iOS Hacks' started by uglybunny, Oct 2, 2015.

  1. uglybunny

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    What apps you find so useful that you decided to jailbreak your phone? Just curious ;)
     
  2. ponpon

    ponpon Active Member

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    Activator!
     
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    5 icon docks!
     
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    F.lux, couria, infinitedock, alkaline, browser changer, callbar, priority hub, virtual home, swipe selection, typestatus, flipcontrolcenter center,color badges&banners, watch notification, conversion pics.
     
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    • Cache cleaner
    • Enable Live Photos
    • Flipcontrolcenter
    • Multiiconmover+
    • Swipeselection
    • Virtual home
     
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    i can't live without these:
    • activator
    • bytafont
    • biolockdown
    • ccsettings
     
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    I haven't jailbroken any possessions of mine for well over a year, but the only apps I miss are DNSCrypt and WiFi Explorer. It's just that to me they're no longer essentials. I wish those two would be allowed in the App Store, but alas there is nary a possibility of that happening at this point.
     

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