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Jailbreak Developer Ryan Petrich Announces TweakWeek 2
Ryan Petrich is planning on launching a sequel to TweakWeek, called TweakWeek 2.
| August 25
Jailbreak: PageNames - Give Your SpringBoard Pages A Name
If folders aren't good enough for you, consider downloading PageNames - a new jailbreak tweak that allows users to name their iPhone's Home screen pages.
| July 12
Jailbreak Only: Random Icon Flip - A Therapeutic Effect For Your App Icons
Another jailbreak tweak to be developed as part of TweakWeek is Random Icon Flip. This free package adds a “flipping” effect to your application icons, which is quite therapeutic.
| July 6
Jailbreak Only: AnimateBattery - Animate The Battery Icon When Charging
Here's another neat jailbreak tweak, developed as part of TweakWeek: AnimateBattery (free) animates the battery icon displayed on your iPhone's Lock screen when the handset is charging.
| July 5
Jailbreak Only: ArrangeStatusBar - Take Control Of Your Status Bar
An interesting, new jailbreak tweak (developed as part of TweakWeek) to hit Cydia is ArrangeStatusBar, a package that does exactly what it says on the tin: That is, arrange icons in your iPhone's status bar!
| July 4
Jailbreak Only: LabelMover - Take Control Of Icon Labels
LabelMover is a simple, free jailbreak tweak that allows iPhone owners to "reposition" application labels.
| July 2
Jailbreak Only: SMSHideKeyboard - Full Screen Mode For The Messages App
If you're a jailbroken iPhone owner who's still rocking the built-in Messages app, SMSHideKeyboard is a tweak you may be interested in checking out.
| June 30
Jailbreak Only: VibLert - Enable Vibrations For All Notifications
VibLert is a new jailbreak tweak (developed as part of TweakWeek), which allows users to enable vibrations for all notifications.
| June 24
Jailbreak Only: TweakWeek - Week Two, Here's What's New
The second week of "TweakWeek" has now come to a close, with a total of seven jailbreak tweaks having been developed and released by Filippo Bigarella each and every day of the past week (June 8-14). In this article, we're giving a recap of everything Bigarella developed and released during week two of TweakWeek.
| June 15
Jailbreak Only: SwishUnlock - Slide Twice To Unlock Your iPhone
SwishUnlock is a recently released jailbreak tweak, which makes unlocking an iPhone a little more complex. Once installed, users will have to slide right and then left again, in order to unlock their iPhone. Currently, the package is available to download for free.
| June 13
Jailbreak Only: MathAlarm - Petrich's Last TweakWeek Tweak
The last jailbreak tweak to be developed by Ryan Petrich as part of "TweakWeek" is MathAlarm.
| June 8
Jailbreak Only: SliderBar - Today's TweakWeek Adds Quick Scrolling To All Table Views
Today's "TweakWeek" tweak (which is brought to you by Ryan Petrich) is SliderBar, a tweak that brings "quick scrolling" to applications that sport a table view.
| June 7
Jailbreak Only: RunningIndicator - TweakWeek Number Five Makes Running App Icons Glow!
RunningIndicator is a brand new jailbreak tweak, developed as part of TweakWeek, which adds a "glow" to the icons of applications which are running in the background.
| June 6
Jailbreak Only: Read Later Action - TweakWeek Number Four
It's day number four of TweakWeek, and Ryan Petrich (@rpetrich) has developed and released Read Later Action. This simple-but-handy tweak allows users to quickly and easily send items to Instapaper via Action Menu.
| June 5
Jailbreak Only: TweakWeek Recap - DietBar & PagePusher
Earlier today, we told you about SplitMail - a simple but effective jailbreak tweak, developed by Ryan Petrich as part of "TweakWeek." However, this free, open-source jailbreak tweak was tweak number three. Now, we're going to tell you about Petrich's first two TweakWeek tweaks: DietBar and PagePusher.
| June 4
Jailbreak Only: SplitMail - Developed As Part Of TweakWeek
SplitMail is a recently developed jailbreak tweak, which allows iPad owners to view and preview mail in two columns within the Mail app, when in portrait mode.
| June 4