One of the perks of having a jailbroken iPhone at your disposal is that you can do things with it that ordinary users can’t. This frequently means that you might be asked how you can do that when using a unique jailbreak-based feature.
Since conversations like these can get more people interested in jailbreaking their devices, it seemed appropriate to go over what we believe are some of the best conversation-starting jailbreak tweaks for pwned iOS 14 devices.
So if you’re looking for the next eye-catching tweak that will get others around you interested in the topic, then we think you’ll find the following to be right up your alley.
- 1 The best conversation starting jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14
- 2 Conclusion
The best conversation starting jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14
Cylinder Remade – FREE
An obvious addition to today’s list is Cylinder Remade, which can be used to personalize the animation style of your Home Screen’s app icons as you page left and right.
This tweak is jam-packed with animation options so that your Home Screen doesn’t bore you from okie swipe to the next, and it’s one of the most distinguishable ways for a non-jailbreaker to tell that you’ve got something they don’t.
You can learn more about Cylinder Remade and how it works in our full review post.
LottieLockscreen – FREE
The Lock Screen is something that you can’t help but interact with every time you pick up your iPhone, so clearly, those around you are going to notice when something about it doesn’t look normal.
LottieLockscreen is a free jailbreak tweak that complements elements of the Lock Screen with cute lottie-style animations that can make them very eye-catchy.
You can learn more about LottieLockscreen and how it looks in our full review post.
Photon – $2.99
iOS 16 users might finally be able to say they have an always-on-display, but that doesn’t mean it works how they want it to. In fact, many iPhone users say it’s vastly different than they expected and that Apple put their own controversial spin on the user experience.
If you want an always-on display experience that no iOS 16 user can have, then you might look into a jailbreak tweak called Photon, as it allows you to have a more traditional always-on display with a dark background and nothing else but the time being displayed and in more font options than iOS 16 provides.
You can find out more about Photon in our full review post to learn if it’s right for you.
ReachInfo – FREE
A lot of people don’t even use Reachability on their iPhones, but those who do know that the empty space left at the top of the display brims with potential.
ReachInfo is a handy jailbreak tweak because it fills that space with useful data of your choosing, whether that’s device information, an analog clock, or something else. And we can tell you from experience that someone sitting very close to you is going to be checking their Reachability interface to find out why theirs doesn’t do what yours does.
You can learn more about ReachInfo and how it works in our full review post.
LottieStatusBar – FREE
A little earlier, we showed you LottieLockscreen for making your Lock Screen aesthetically appealing to stock iPhone users’ eyes, and the LottieStatusBar jailbreak tweak brings the same aesthetics to your iPhone’s Status Bar for when you’re not using the Lock Screen.
With LottieStatusBar, elements of the Status Bar such as the time, battery level indicator, and Wi-Fi signal strength indicator animate with the same lottie-styled animations we discussed above. The effects pop, and will catch not only your eyes, but also those of passerby.
You can learn more about LottieStatusBar in our full review post.
Velox Reloaded 2 – $2.99
Every iPhone comes standard with a set of widgets that you can add to the Home Screen and to the Today page just to the left of the Home Screen, but a jailbreak tweak called Velox Reloaded 2 can make it so you have more widgets to choose from than an average iPhone user would.
The list of supported widgets is too long to list here, but our full review post discusses all of them and how you can use them, so be sure to check it out.
SmartVolumeControl3 – $2.99
If you’re someone who changes their volume a lot, then the SmartVolumeControl3 jailbreak tweak is an excellent way to get vastly different volume HUD aesthetics than any stock iPhone will ever have.
With this tweak, you can have almost a dozen different volume HUD styles, each of which looks great and can make non-jailbreakers want to know how they can get them.
You can find out more about SmartVolumeControl3 and how it looks and works in our full review post.
Zenith – $1.99
Folders have been the gold standard for Home Screen organization for years, but some people want something that looks cleaner and and feels easier to use when dealing with alike apps.
Zenith is a jailbreak tweak that can be used to group alike apps beneath a single app icon on the Home Screen, and it looks cool enough that someone will probably ask you how you do that.
You can learn more about Zenith and how it works in our full review post, but be sure to keep in mind that you’ll need an additional add-on called Zenith iOS 14 Fix to make it work on iOS 14 devices.
LottieNotifications – FREE
The last of the lottie-styled animation tweaks that we’ll be discussing in today’s roundup is LottieNotifications, a tweak that brings the lottie-style animations to your incoming notification banners.
Nothing invokes a “hey, how’d you do that?” like a lottie-styled animation on an incoming notification banner that someone sitting on the bench next to you might happen to witness.
You can learn more about how LottieNotifications makes your notification banners look in our full review post.
Vinculum 2 – $0.99
Want to make it easier to access your iPhone’s App Library while simultaneously being able to tell someone, “hey, check this out” like the show-and-tell kid in kindergarten? If so, then check out a jailbreak tweak called Vinculum 2.
With this tweak, you can access the App Library by swiping up on the Dock of your Home Screen, a move that saves you a few swipes if you have a cluttered Home Screen. It even looks cool when you do it.
You can learn more about Vinculum 2 in our full review post.
Now that you’re well versed in what are perhaps the most eye-catching jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14, you should have no problem catching someone’s attention to the extent that they might ask how you were able to do that. These conversations can convert non-jailbreakers into jailbreakers.