iOS 10 – 10.2 jailbreak: Seven jailbreak tweaks and apps that you cannot miss

Check out the best jailbreak tweaks and apps for iOS 10.

iOS 10 - 10.2 compatible jailbreak tweaks and apps on Cydia
iOS 10 – 10.2 jailbreak: Seven jailbreak tweaks and apps that you cannot miss

The advent of yalu102 jailbreak has brought increased stability and reliability for all Cydia apps and tweaks running on jailbroken iOS 10 devices. The performance of yalu102 has been further enhanced with the arrival of Cydia 1.1.28 final release which extends support for all iOS 10.2 jailbreak tweaks released till date.

With improved support for iOS 10 – 10.2 jailbreak tweaks on Cydia, the time is ripe to check out the top jailbreak apps for iOS 10. Here is the list of some noteworthy Cydia tweaks and apps for all jailbroken iOS 10 devices:


It is the most desirable tweak for every jailbroken iOS device as it offers a bunch of shortcut gestures to execute custom tasks and actions, without navigating through the Control Center.


BioProtect brings an intuitive way to protect your jailbroken iOS device from unauthorised access, wherein it allows you to configure Touch ID or passcode using fingerprint authentication to safeguard access to private folders, critical apps and Settings, and more.


You can now allocate specific 3D Touch gestures to Control Center toggles and use them as shortcuts to access their dedicated Settings page. For instance, using 3D Touch gesture on the WiFi toggle will quickly open its Settings page.

Eclipse 4

The popular Eclipse 4 app brings Dark Mode aka Night Mode that changes the colour scheme of the UI to black across all your apps in iOS 10. Thereby it reduces the eye strain while reading anything at night on your iPhone or iPad.


You can now enjoy Picture-in-Picture feature on your iPhone, thanks to ForceInPicture app. It enables you to multitask on your iPhone such as watching a video and simultaneously responding to an email from your friend with multiple windows opening inside each other.

If you are a power-hungry freak, this tweak is definitely worth a try.


If PIP mode isn't your style, you could try iPad-like Split View feature on your iPhone wherein you place two apps side-by-side for multitasking. The downside for this app is it supports only landscape orientation.


Unlike Android, iOS doesn't come with any option to view the system files. However, iFile removes this restriction by allowing you full access to the device's file system. You can also add, delete or modify any of the system files using this tweak.