Phantom Lite Tweak:
In the past, if you ever had a jailbroken device and you are a frequent Snapchat user then you must have tried or at least heard of a popular tweak called Phantom. Snapchat has many features restricted or you can use the features but for a little time like you can watch a snap for only two times.
Phantom Lite tweak is a Snapchat hack and it allows you to get rid of the restrictions that are enabled by Snapchat and use those features as many times as you want. The Phantom Lite tweak was available on iOS 8 and iOS 9 jailbreaks now there is good news for iOS 10 jailbreak users. The Phantom Lite is updated and now is supported for iOS 10 jailbreak and also iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus too.
Phantom Lite allows you to;
- Keep the snaps in the feed and mark them read
- Conceal Live Stories and Discover
- Watch the stories of people without them even noticing using Stealth Mode
- Save Stories and Snaps to Camera Roll
- Upload images and videos from Camera Roll.
- View snaps and stories for a long time without putting your fingers on screen
- Change the size of the paint brush, erase the drawing and view the paint bucket.
Phantom Lite tweak allows you to use all the aforementioned features without any restriction. For all the Snapchat users this Phantom Lite tweak is very helpful and useful. With the help of this tweak, saving snaps and stories, uploading videos and images from Camera Roll become very easy and many people install this tweak to use these features.
The Phantom Lite Tweak supports Snapchat version 220.127.116.11 or greater. The tweak is available for free from Cydia’s BigBoss Repo and supports iOS 8, iOS 9 and iOS 10 jailbroken devices.
We live in an age of technology where everything we interact with is technology. So, sometimes we want to draw something to show our idea and most of the times we don’t have the pen and the paper but we do have our phone but our phones don’t have the feature which gives us access to drawing something but with the help of a new jailbreak tweak Scriblit we can do illustration on our phones and solve this problem.
Scriblit tweak makes your iPhone a drawing pad and it allows you to draw anything on your screen at any time while using your iPhone. This feature is handy for those people who want to draw something or they want to show their idea using drawing.
Scriblit can be invoked using the Activator gestures. You can set the gestures for the tweak from the preferences pane of the tweak that you will find in the settings. It also allows you to adjust the default color, thickness, and transparency of the drawing brush. If you do any changes then a reboot will be required before these changes can take place.
After the tweak is activated you will notice a small overlay of the tweak’s button on the screen and these buttons will allow you to change the color of brush, switch between drawing and erasing and save your drawing to Camera Roll.
As you can see in the picture above that there are three buttons in the overlay. The circle button allows you to save the drawing, the other two allows you adjust the brush color, transparency, and its thickness.
If you want to save your drawing then tap on the circular button at the overlay which is at the bottom of the screen. After a second or so the drawing will be saved and you will receive a notification banner that will inform you that the drawing has been saved successfully in the Camera Roll.
The Scriblit works anywhere on the iPhone. If you are playing a game or using Safari or on the home screen. It works anywhere on the iPhone and requires certain Activator tweak gestures to activate it. This tweak is very useful for people who want to illustrate something on the screen or annotate something on screen to give a clear idea about something.
The tweak is compatible with only iOS 9 devices and is available for $1.50 from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. Sadly for iOS 10 jailbreak users, it is not available.
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