Keep More iPhone Apps in Folders with Infinifolders

Sometimes an iPhone jailbreak tweak feels like it should've been a part of iOS all along. This is the case with InfiniDock, which flawlessly adds additional icons to the home screen dock. Infinifolders is no different, allowing iOS users to put as many app icons into a folder as they like.

Infinifolders tweak iOS 6

If you haven't noticed, Apple limits the maximum number of icons that can be stored in a folder on the iOS home screen to 16. For those with jailbroken devices, this limit simply does not exist. Infinifolders not only makes it possible to add more icons, but the tweak provides options to customize its behavior.

More iPhone Tweaks: Extend the iOS Dock With InfiniDock

The iOS app dock keeps four icons at the bottom of the home screen at all times. This provides easy access to your most frequently used apps. InfiniDock, another great jailbreak tweak from chpwn, expands the capabilities of the iOS dock, making it possible to add more apps to the dock and scroll through them left to right.

InfiniDock tweak Cydia

There are several options available to make InfiniDock behave in different ways. For one, you can add many extra icons to the dock. Although this won't appeal to everyone, up to 10 app icons can be displayed on the dock at once. Another way to increase the number of icons is to simply add icons to the dock without changing the number displayed from four.

Shortcut to the Flashlight on iPhone with SpringFlash

Tweaks like NCSettings and Auxo are great because they provide quick access to a variety of toggles on the iPhone. One of these is the flashlight toggle, which easily turns on and off the LED flash on the back of the device. Thing is, with both of these methods you're still fumbling around in the dark preforming several steps to get to the flash toggle before you can even turn it on.

iPhone flashlight shortcut

With the free tweak SpringFlash, you can assign any Activator action to the flash, making your iPhone a flashlight on demand. Once installed, SpringFlash defaults to using a double-press of the sleep/wake button as a flashlight on/off switch.

Match Ambient Lighting on iPhone with F.lux Tweak

One of the strengths of the iPhone display is its brightness. This is great during the day, when you want to be able to see the screen as easily as possible. Night time is a different story. We've all seen smartphone users' faces illuminated in a bright, blue glow at night. Not only does it look strange, but this light can actually interfere with the body falling asleep.

F.lux tweak screen adjust

The developers of f.lux have a different idea, iPhone display lighting colors that actually match the time of day. They have released similar software for desktop computers, which automatically adjusts the color of your display. F.lux is smart enough to know when sunset occurs based on your location, so your iPhone adjusts without intervention.

Add Photos to iPhone Contacts with Cyntact

Let's face it, there are some features of Android that iOS could benefit from having. Seriously, why doesn't Apple show photos in the stock Contacts list? If this is a feature that interests you, now that the evasi0n jailbreak is available you can easily add this to your iPhone. Jay Freeman, the creator of the jailbreak app store Cydia, developed Cyntact years ago and has kept it updated.

Cyntact tweak iPhone

Once you install Cyntact, all of the photos associated with your contacts appear magically in the Contacts list. It's that simple. The photos will also appear in your Favorites. Sure, this tweak may not be essential, but it's a nice touch when you've spent the time to actually use photos on the Info pages of your contacts.


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