For those who go overboard on jailbreak tweak installations like I do generally, then it might serve you nicely to maintain a tally of what number of you could have put in at any given time.
Doing this manually can be a painstaking and tedious course of, however with the assistance of a newly launched and free jailbreak tweak subtly named TweakCount by iOS developer LacertosusDeus, your iPhone can do it for you routinely.
As you’re about to see within the screenshot examples down beneath, TweakCount places the depend of put in jailbreak tweaks and extensions proper within the Settings app by the checklist of tweak desire panes:
Along with displaying the variety of tweaks and extensions you could have put in, you can even faucet on the TweakCount cell to see extra detailed info, such because the variety of every class of tweak or extension you could have put in, together with:
- Knowledge Storage
- Terminal Help
Primarily based alone testing, I discovered TweakCount to be a clear approach of protecting monitor of the jaikbreak packages you’ve put in. I particularly like that it not solely shows the variety of tweaks and extensions you’ve put in, but additionally the quantity of every totally different class.
For those who’re desirous about giving TweakCount a attempt, then you’ll be able to obtain it without spending a dime from the Packix repository by way of your favourite package deal supervisor app. The tweak helps jailbroken iOS 13 and 14 gadgets and is open supply on the developer’s GitHub web page.
Do you intend to extend your consciousness of put in jailbreak packages with the brand new TweakCount tweak? You’ll want to tell us within the feedback part down beneath.