Another day and a ton of new Cydia tweaks! Here are 3 tweaks that we have hand-picked for you to check out.
iTouchSecure is a recently released tweak that as its name suggests takes advantage of TouchID on the iPhone 5S. So how does this tweak differ from the many other TouchID tweaks popping up left right and center? Well this particular tweak allows you to autofill every password in any app using Touch ID. This of course how we all envision TouchID to become once Apple has a chance to perfect the technology, but the great thing is the Jailbreaking community gets access to all this functionality early.
All you do is download iTouchSecrue to your iPhone 5S, venture into the tweaks preferences found within the Settings app and enable the first two options: iTouchSecure enabled and Auto Press OK enabled. Next go to an app or website that requires you to login, in most cases you will first have to manually login (indicated by a yellow box in the password field) so that the password will be saved to your local keychain.
Once you do login the password box should be surrounded by a green box and you can simply login utilizing Touch ID. If you are interested in iTouchSecure you can find it in the BigBoss repo for $4.99 it is definitely worth it for Jailbroken iPhone 5S’. A more in-depth review can be
MultiIconMover+ is a great tweak for any Jailbroken device that is perfect for if you have apps scattered across multiple homescreen pages. As rather than having to manually move each one, you can group multiple icons together for one big move.
Here’s how you move multiple icons to another Home screen page or a folder with MultiIconMover+:
- Tap and hold on an icon until the icons enter wiggle mode
- Next select the icons you want to move
- Go to the folder or Homescreen page you want to move them to
- Press the Home button
The icons will then be moved. If you are interested in MultiIconMove+ you can find it on the BigBoss repo for $0.99. It is also worth noting there is a free version of this tweak available with limited functionality for you to test it out.
Last up is SwipeSelectionPro which is also compatible with all iOS Devices. This tweak is seriously one you won’t want to miss as it brings a cool new way to edit text using gestures on your device.
The main functionality this tweak brings to the table is the ability swipe on your device’s keyboard to move the insertion point by character to edit text. Swiping with two fingers will move the insertion point by word. You can also select text in a similar fashion by holding on the Shift key. This is a much quicker and more intuitive way to edit text on iOS.
There is so much more to the tweak though that you need to really experience to fully understand. If you are interested in SwipeSelectionPro you can find it on the BigBoss repo for $1.99. It is also worth noting there is a free version of this tweak available with limited functionality for you to test it out.