After getting acquainted with 3D Touch, we wished to have that feature on almost everything in iPhone. Sadly, that is not the case. This is the time when a tweak like PreferenceTag3 (iOS 9) makes the need for their presence. This nifty little Cydia tweak adds a heap of new features to Settings app on iPhone and iPad along with 3D Touch option.
PreferenceTag3 (iOS 9) is available on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak will cost you $1.99 and each penny is worth it. After you purchase the tweak, the Settings app will have many advanced and worthy new features, which will entertain you to keep things more secure and manageable.
The tweak lets you completely enable or disable Settings app to avoid any issues that might arise, in case your iPhone gets into wrong hands. Apart from that, the tweak also facilitates you with an option of Passcode to be set for each and every option in Settings app. For example, you can enable Passcode option for General; when anyone taps on General, he’ll need to enter the Passcode to move forward.
PreferenceTag3 (iOS9) also enables you to rearrange Settings cell, so that you can keep the most used option on the top of the list. The interface is pretty decent and easy to get used to the tweak functionality. After the tweak is installed, you will get a tutorial as well, which makes it easier to understand all the features of the tweak.
Tweak like this tempts people to Jailbreak their devices. It isn’t free but as said earlier, the price is worth the feature it delivers. Lastly, PreferenceTag3 (iOS9) isn’t compatible with iPad, so do not purchase it for that.
Price: $1.99 | Repo: BigBoss