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Best iOS 9.3.3 Status Bar Cydia Tweaks for iPhone and iPad

As an iPhone user, I have always been fascinated by magnificent customization. Status Bar is the most underrated or unexplored territory on iPhone. With a little tweak, this feature can be made much more user-friendly than what it is.

Luckily, there are great many Cydia tweaks which have been specifically primed to enhance the usability of Status Bar. Whether you want to control your favorite apps or check out who has read your iMessage; these tweaks have truly defined the real class of status bar. What about picking a nice one for your iPhone or iPad running iOS 9.3.3?

Best iOS 9.3.3 Status Bar Cydia Tweaks

Best iOS 9.3.3 Cydia Tweaks for Status Bar

#1. TypeStatus 2

If you enjoy iMessaging, then TypeStatus 2 can be a smart deal for you. The Cydia tweak allows you to see when someone is typing the response or read your message.

Once you have enabled it on your device, it places an overlay in the Status Bar to let you know the action easily. You can configure the tweak as per your need from the preference pane. As for instance, you have the option to configure the sort of status bar alerts you get.

Price: Free | Repo: Hashbang

#2. Springtomize 3

Springtomize 3 is possibly the most feature-rich Cydia tweak. With the ability to let you customize several features such as, Status Bar, Lockscreen, Notification Center, folders, dock, animations, app slider pages and icons, this one is an absolute delight.

As iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak is still quite new, Cydia doesn’t allow purchases from jailbreakers as yet. However, if you already have Springtomize 3 installed on your device, you can update it for free.

Price: $2.99 | Repo: BigBoss

#3. StatusVol X

StatusVol X Cydia tweak smartly moves the volume HUD to the status bar. When you press the volume of smartphone, you will see a series of circular dots instead of the time, which will indicate the volume level.

As soon as the volume HUD in the status bar times out, time will return to take its place. Though it’s a pretty simple tweak, you would like its functionality.

Price: Free | Repo: Rolfe

#4. Zeppelin

How about replacing the carrier text with your own custom logo? Zeppelin jailbreak tweak can be an effortless choice for you.

The tweak comes with a number of custom logos to let you download and use. There are several default logos as well such as, Android, Batman, Infiniti and more.

Price: Free | Repo: BigBoss

#5. Protean

To me, Protean has always been a fantastic Cydia tweak designed to let you enhance the usability of Status Bar. With this jailbreak tweak, you can organize items by positioning them on any side of SB. Moreover, it displays the apps which have pending notifications.

You can flip switches like Auto Lock, Airplane Mode etc. The most interesting thing about this tweak is that you can assign activator gesture to the Status Bar icons in order to access them instantly.

Price: $1.99 | Repo: BigBoss

Which one of these Cydia tweaks has been able to attract you? As iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is still quite new, not many jailbreak tweaks have been updated to support it as yet. Hence, keep a track of this post for more Status Bar Cydia tweaks.

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iOS 9.3.3 Compatible Cydia Tweaks: Most Comprehensive List

Well-known Chinese jailbreak team “Pangu” has released iOS 9.2- iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. It’s a semi-tethered jailbreak and requires a jailbreak every time your iPhone is rebooted.

The iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is compatible with the 64-bit devices. Even though the jailbreak is still in initial stages, there are several Cydia tweaks which support it.

iOS 9.3.3 Compatible Cydia Tweaks

Looking to find out which one of your favorite tweaks are compatible with iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak? Let’s have a quick look!

Most Comprehensive List of Cydia Tweaks Compatible with iOS 9.3.3

  • Couria
  • Cream
  • Cylinder
  • DeleteCut
  • DeleteForever
  • DetailedBatteryUsage
  • DismissProgress
  • DoubleCut
  • EasyRespring
  • Eclipse 3
  • Facebook++
  • Filza
  • Flash
  • Flyer
  • Front Flash
  • GIFPaper (iOS 7)
  • iCaughtU Pro
  • iCleaner
  • IDBox
  • iFile
  • InstantTouchID
  • Keyboard Accio
  • Keyboardplus8
  • Lithium
  • LockGlyph
  • Masterball
  • Messenger ++
  • Minimal HUD
  • Mobius
  • MTerminal
  • MultiIconMover+
  • netKillUI
  • NoAnnoyance
  • NoBlur
  • NoDictation
  • NoMotion
  • noNoSimAlert 8
  • Notate
  • NudeKeys
  • OnlineNotify
  • Palert
  • Phantom for Snapchat
  • Poke ++ for Pokemon Go!
  • PokeMap
  • PokemonGoAnywhere
  • Power Tap
  • Preference Loader
  • PriorityHub
  • Protect My Privacy
  • ProximityLock
  • PullToRespring
  • Pwntunes for iOS9
  • RePower
  • RevealNC 9
  • Rocker for Instagram
  • Slide2Kill9
  • Snap+
  • Speed Intensifier
  • SpotlightBeGone
  • StatusVol X
  • SwipeExpander
  • SwipeForMore
  • SwipeSelection
  • SwipeSelectionPro
  • SwipeShiftCaret
  • TransparentDock
  • TwitterUICustomizer
  • UntetheredHeySiri
  • Upscale
  • VirtualHome 8 n 9
  • WAcallConfirm
  • Watusi
  • Whatsapp++
  • WiFi Explorer
  • Xgress
  • Youtube++
  • AppHide
  • Auris
  • Ayeris
  • Barrel
  • BetterFiveColumnHomeScreen
  • BetterFiveIconDock
  • BioProtect
  • Bloard
  • Breadcrumbsaway
  • Bytafont
  • CCSettings

List of Major Cydia Tweaks That aren’t yet compatible with iOS 9.3.3

  • Activator
  • lux
  • Forcy
  • Springtomize
  • TetherMe

After several months, some jailbreak users would have the chance to enjoy making the most of the new Cydia tweaks on the latest version of iOS 9. Personally, I had been craving for it just like you all.

Deep down I did believe that Pangu team is going to win the race. As per sources, the Chinese team has already started to work on iOS 10 jailbreak. Moreover, it had even demoed it at a function earlier this month. It would be absolutely great to have a go at the newest iOS ecosystem.

We expect some tweaks to get updated to support iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. As this page will continue to get updated from time to time, stay tuned with it to keep track of your favorite tweaks.

By the way, what’s your feedback about this new jailbreak? Shoot your views in the comments below, on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.