The Best 30 Cydia Tweaks for iOS 11 Electra Jailbreak

BY Cody

Published 7 Mar 2018

Best Cydia Jailbreak Tweaks

If you haven’t heard yet, coolstar’s brand new Electra iOS 11 Jailbreak has been released as of last week, so it’s time to start tweaking out your device. Today we’ll take a look at the top 30 jailbreak tweaks that you definitely should check out.

To see all these tweaks in action, be sure to check out the video below to get a feel for what each one of these tweaks do and how they can transform the look and feel of your device.

If you’re up for a quick text version of all these tweaks, then let’s go ahead and dive in.

#1. NoMoreSmallApps


This tweak expands the UI of apps on the iPhone X so that the app fits the screen size of the iPhone X.

#2. MusicDockX


This gives you a really cool music widget that you can swipe up on your dock to reveal.

#3. HideLabels10


This hides all icon labels for a much cleaner look on your home page.

#4. AutoRotate

This will allow you to rotate your iPhone into landscape mode on the home screen.

#5. BioProtect X

 One of the more popular jailbreak tweaks that allows you to lock down your iOS apps with Face ID

#6. NudeKeys

This removes the 3D effect on the keyboard on your device.

#7. SmoothCursor

With smooth cursor, rather than the cursor jumping forward or backward when typing/deleting text, it will fluidly move forward/backward.

#8. TapTapFlip

This bring the snapchat camera functionality to your stock iOS camera app and allows you to double tap on the screen to flip the camera to the front facing camera.

#9. Circle Icons

This masks the icons in your settings app and makes them all circular.

#10. ByeByeHUD

This gets rid of the volume HUD and puts the volume percentage in the top left corner of your device.

#11. AutoUnlockX 


#12. BatteryPercentX


Removes the battery indicator and replaces it with a Battery percent.

#13. CCMusicArtwork


Adds album artwork in the music widget on inside the control center

#14. DoubleTapLock


Once installed you can double-tap on your home screen wallpaper and it will put your device to sleep.

#15. EasySwitcherX


No more tapping to hold on your app cares in the app switcher when you install this tweak. If you want to close out of an app from the app switcher, just swipe up.

#16. TapTime


Allows tapping on the clock in your status bar to reveal the current date.

#17. TapticKeys


Haptic feedback with every tap of your finger on your device.

#18. SneakyCam


Gives the ability to record videos and take photos secretly by not showing the camera while doing it.

#19. Notchless

Removes the notch from the iPhone X

#20. EclipseX


Eclipse X is the newest edition of Eclipse, which gives your device dark mode.

#21. FiveIconDockXI

This tweak allows 5 icons to be placed in the dock.

#22. FlatSafariURL

A more minimalistic and flat look for the Safari URL bar.

#23. Barmoji

Barmoji takes advantage of the blank space at the bottom of the keyboard on the iPhone X and adds your frequently used emojis

#24. MessageTypingIndicators

Normally when you’re texting someone in iMessage, while you’re typing it shows an ellipses to the receiver. This tweak hides that

#25. InteliX


This tweak categorizes all notifications by application, rather than by time which is default.

#26. Togglesafe


This tweak gives you the option to jump into safe mode by flipping the mute switch 3 times.

#27. Dismiss Progress

When you install a tweak you normally have to tap “Restart Springboard” in order to proceed. This tweak adds a button in the top right corner that allows you to close that screen and go back to Cydia.

#28. Flame

This tweak gives several different options in Cydia that makes it much more usable. Like adding multiple sources at once and the ability to share tweaks.

#29. SwipeForMore

A must have tweak if you use Cydia on a regular basis. This tweak gives you the ability to swipe a package inside Cydia to the left to reveal options to install, uninstall, queue an install, queue and uninstall.

#30. DoubleCut

With this tweak, you can create custom text strings to be pasted when you double-tap on a certain key on your keyboard. For instance, tapping “@@” could automatically paste your e-mail address.

This list should be able to get you started with tweaking out your device. I’m really a big fan of all of these and I think a lot of them are going to be staying on my device throughout the next couple of months while I hone in and tweak my device to exactly how I like it.

If you’ve been trying some new tweaks and they aren’t listed here, then let us know what they are in the comments below! We’re always looking for new ways to customize our devices!