My 3 fa­vorite jail­break tweaks for iOS 6.1

I jail­broke my iPhone 5 with iOS 6.1 this mon­day and found some nice tools that I want to share with you as I think they could be use­ful fou you, too. These are my 3 fa­vorite jail­break tweaks for iOS 6.1.

First: Auxo

Auxo at the bottom of the screenAuxo is a very nice al­ter­na­tive to iOS's in­te­grated task switcher. It dis­plays screen­shots of every app in­stead of just the ap­p's icon and in­cludes tog­gles to turn on/​off wifi or blue­tooth, to start or stop the per­sonal hotspot and many more. Be­low those tog­gles is a bright­ness slider which lets you dim the screen with­out need­ing to go to the set­tings. The mu­sic player also looks nicer and dis­plays the cur­rent song and the cur­rent al­bum art­work. It costs about $1.99 on the Cy­dia Store and is to­tally worth a try. This tweak had some prob­lems with blank screen­shots when I in­stalled it some days ago, but the de­vel­op­ers re­leased an up­date which fixed those prob­lems for me.

Second: AdBlocker

AdBlocker - before, after, settingsAd­Blocker does ex­actly what the name says. It blocks ad­ver­tise­ments on web pages in Sa­fari and every other browser that uses Ap­ple's web en­gine. Ad­di­tion­ally, it also blocks iAds and Ad­Mob ads in Apps and video ad­ver­tise­ments in the YouTube app. This does­n't only look bet­ter than with ads, but it also re­duces the load­ing time of web­sites and videos. This tweak costs $2.19 and does its job very well.

Third: NCSettings

NCSettings in actionNC­Set­tings is a nice tweak that adds a bunch of set­tings tog­gles to your no­ti­fi­ca­tion cen­ter. These in­clude bright­ness, vol­ume, ro­ta­tion lock, flash­light, per­sonal hotspot, auto cor­rec­tion, wifi, blue­tooth and many more. You can arrange those tog­gles as you like and choose which of those you want to have in your no­ti­fi­ca­tion cen­ter. This tool is free and you should re­ally try it out as it al­lows you to ac­cess your set­tings more quickly. This con­cludes the list of my 3 fa­vorite jail­break tweaks. If you have any sug­ges­tions con­cern­ing this ar­ti­cle, just leave them in the com­ments be­low.