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    This recap will go over the best tweaks that we've shown you this week. It's certainly not all of them, but we think these are some of the most notable. These are in no specific order.

    1. DockWare – $1.99

    DockWare is a new tweak that brings the power of your application dock to you anywhere you might be on your iOS device (besides the Lock Screen, of course). With this tweak, you can easily call upon your application dock when in applications, when you're in folders, even when you're in the App Switcher. This will make it so you can always have easy access to the top applications on your device with a simple Activator action. The tweak also hides the dock from your Home Screen and lets you use Activator to make it show again (optional), and comes with a number of options to configure to make it work the way you want it to. You can check out our full review of DockWare at this link.

    2. Volume+ – 99

    If you're on board with the idea of making your volume HUD more functional and less of a paperweight, then check out a new tweak called Volume+. This tweak will supercharge your volume HUD with music controls, shortcuts, and additional features to make it less of a visual and more of a handy control interface. You can read our full review of Volume+ at this link.

    3. BadgeBoss – $1.00

    BadgeBoss is a new tweak that lets you customize the appearance and placement of your application icon notification badges. With it, you can pick your own colors, text, font, placement on the application icon, and more. It's a great tweak for making your application icon notification badges look the way that you want them to, and best of all, the developer says that even more customization features are coming soon. You can read our full review of BadgeBoss at this link.

    4. xStatusColor – FREE

    Along with BadgeBoss, another way you can take control over the appearance of your Home Screen is with a new free jailbreak tweak called xStatusColor. With this tweak, you can configure the appearance of your Status Bar on the Home Screen and the Lock Screen. You can pick a background color, a foreground color, and even a color for the text in the Status Bar. The two tweaks can make a powerful combination if you create a matching color scheme. You can read our full review of xStatusColor at this link.

    5. ClockFirst – FREE

    For those that listen to music a lot, a new tweak called ClockFirst will come in handy if you're always wondering what the time is. Rather than having to press the Home Button to dismiss the music controls from the Lock Screen when listening to a type of media, this tweak will make the Lock Screen clock display before the music controls. You can read our full review of ClockFirst at this link.

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    Stay tuned for our next edition of Best Tweaks of the Week next week - only on ModMyi!

    If you missed our previous edition of Best Tweaks of the Week, you can view it from this link.
    Last edited by Anthony Bouchard; 2014-06-23 at 03:17 AM.
    2014-06-22 08:53 PM