In case you were busy last week and didn't get a chance to take a look at Cydia, don't worry as we have compiled a list of all the new tweaks that were released in the week which are worth checking out. This week is no different from the last one as it saw a fair amount of tweak releases.
The newly released tweaks range from providing a quick access to your frequently used iOS settings to fetching and displaying the lyrics of a song within the Music app.
AlertClose (Free): displays additional options when swiping up an app in the App Switcher.
AlphaLoader (Free): tweak to enable ALPHA debugging tool.
ControlPane ($0.99): puts all your frequently used settings in one place.
Dissident ($2.99): brings true application backgrounding and multitasking to your iPhone.
Elite (Free): colors the incoming and outgoing calls in the Recents tab in Phone app. [Read our review]
I See Stars II (Free): lets you view ratings in playlist in the Music app.
LyricForMusic (Free): fetches and displays the lyrics of a song in the Now Playing interface of Music app. [Read our review]
Messenger Pro (Free): provides advanced settings for Facebook Messenger.
nobar+ (Free): makes Cydia fullscreen by removing the Status bar.
NoExploring (Free): removes the Explore tab from App Store.
QuickManualSub (Free): adds a manual sub button to Alien Blue app.
Roundification (Free): adds rounded corners to notification banners and Notification Center. [Read our review]
SlimBars (Free): reduces the height of the Navigation Bars in apps.
Snapstress (Free): allows you to save photos from the Snapster app.
Statusbar Color (Free): lets you change the Status bar background in the Home screen or Lock screen.
ThinnerBanners (Free): removes the grabber from notification banners.
TwitterNewsEnabler (Free): enables a hidden feature of the Twitter app that displays news.
VolumeSlider (Free): displays the volume HUD as a banner on the top of the screen.
Watchdog Lite (Free): allows you to run apps in the background.
WeatherPeek ($1.99): displays the weather on the Lock screen, in Spotlight as well as in the Home screen in a new page.
WhoozIt (Free): an all-in-one caller ID for TrueCaller.
Off all the tweaks that were released in the week, my favorite choices include ControlPane and WeatherPeek. ControlPane provides a quick access to all your iOS settings from a convenient and easy to use interface that slids in from the left or the right side of the screen whereas for WheatherPeek, what I like mostly about it is the style of the weather information that is displayed on the Lock screen. You can also scroll through the weather forecast to view the weather condition at different times of the day.
These are all the new jailbreak tweaks that have been released in the week. Have you tried any of these tweaks yet? Let us know what you think about them in the comments section below.