15 Best Cydia Sources and Repos for iOS in 2020

If you’ve managed to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad, or iPod running on iOS 12.4, its time to install new apps and tweaks and enjoy the new freedom that jailbreaking brings. However, you might have noticed that popular apps that worked with previous jailbreaks are no longer working on iOS 12. This is why you need new Cydia sources to find and download new apps.

While jailbreaking isn’t as popular now as it used to be in the past, there are still many apps worth looking forward to –that is if you know the best Cydia sources to use. Thankfully, we have listed here the best sources and repos that you can find at the moment. They include:

1. Packix repository

Packix contains tweaks like Barmoji, Eclise X, and Carbridge which you’ll find quite useful. It also contains a couple of developer tools that you can use to create your own tweaks for the repo.

To access the repo, go to https://repo.packix.com/

2. PoomSmart repository

PoomSmart is another repository that is quite popular with developers and users alike. The repo contains fixes for most issues that haven’t been addressed yet by Apple.

You can also get iOS 11 emojis and other features ported to previous versions of iOS by using this repo.

You can access it at https://poomsmart.github.io/repo/.

3. Karen’s repository

Are you a fan of tweaks like Mikoto and Forecast? Well, you can only get them via Karen’s repo. This rep contains a variety of tweaks and utilities that you’ll find to be quite useful. You can access it via https://cydia.angelxwind.net/.

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4. Jjolano’s repository

Jjolano’s repository contains few but useful tweaks, especially for conserving power and displaying the remaining battery.

Some of the available tweaks include LowPowerLock that automatically enables low power mode when your device is locked and Low Power Charging that will automatically enable low power mode when charging your iPhone, iPad, or iPod.

You can access it at https://ios.jjolano.me/.

5. Dynastic repository

Dynastic repo contains a wide variety of free and paid tweaks that are updated on a frequent basis. The apps range from tweaks that customize your iPhone’s settings to themes and interesting social media tweaks.

You can get it at https://repo.dynastic.co.

6. CreatureCoding repository

The best part about CreatureCoding Repo is that there are new apps being added while the existing ones are being updated. The repo contains tweaks like bubbles and cyder, which are popular with those looking for the right tweaks for changing an iPhone’s UI.

You can access it from https://creaturecoding.com/repo.

7. CP Digital Darkroom repository

The developers behind CP Digital Darkroom have always been a blessing to the jailbreak community, especially after releasing the free tweaks such as HideMe8, Shortcuts, and Eucnide among others.

To access the repo and get their latest tweaks, visit https://beta.cpdigitaldarkroom.com/.

8. C1d3r repo

C1d3r repo contains tweaks such as Notchification, GlyphAlert and ChangeAnimations, among others. The store can be accessed via https://c1d3r.com/repo/. It features a blend of new and old tweaks.

9. CokePokes repository

Are you in the mood to test out some of the best tweaks for iOS 12? CokePokes provides a wide range of tweaks to choose from that you can use for different purposes. You can access the repo by visiting http://cokepokes.github.io.

10. Akusio repo

Akusio contains apps like Milky Way, Backgrounder Action and De-Bypass. The repo is made by Japanese developers and you can access it via http://akusio.github.io/.

11. Matt Clarke repo

Matt Clarke repo contains the popular Who Dis and other tools and utilities such as ReProvision and InfoStats 2. These tools come in handy when signing software or accomplishing some of the tasks that are necessary on a jailbroken device.

You can access the repo by visiting https://repo.incendo.ws.

12. Nullpixel’s repo

Nullpixel is a Cydia repo that contains 6 major tweaks such as CCData, NoLowPowerLock and TSS Saver. Not all the app versions have been updated but some of them will still work fine on iOS 12.

You can add the repo to Cydia by visiting https://repo.nullpixel.uk.

13. SparkDev repo

SparkDev contains the popular SnowBoard and Hyperion tweaks that offer a wide range of features for tweaking the appearance of your iPhone or iPad.

Add https://sparkdev.me/ to Cydia to access SparkDev repo and install the apps that come with it.

14. Junesiphone Repo

Junesiphone repo is by the developer behind LockPlus, FrontPage, and mySB. The repo is updated frequently and with a Patreon donation to the publisher, you can access the latest tweaks.

You can access the repo by visiting http://junesiphone.com/repo/.

15. SSRepo

SSRepo is not your average repo, or so as their slogan says. And true to that, this repo adds cool little widgets that you’ll definitely enjoy having on your device.

To add the repo, add http://junesiphone.com/supersecret/ to Cydia sources.

Jailbreaking gives you more power to control your device in any way you would like. However, you can’t do much without good repos. The repos mentioned above will give you access to plenty of apps, tweaks and utilities that you will definitely love to have.

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