Best Cydia Repos and Sources You Can Try On Your Jailbroken iDevice: Jailbreaking an iOS device is quite simple these days, and almost every version of it can be jailbroken – that’s a fact that Apple admits to as well. Jailbreaking lets you install sophisticated tweaks to your iDevice that let you do really cool things that Apple obviously forbids you from.
The thing is though; since jailbreaking is so easy it can leave a lot of users confused as to what tweaks they should get – and more of a problem: where to get them? Quite a dilemma. After all you just sacrificed your warranty to enjoy the full freedom of iOS; you deserve to know how and where to get the best out of your iOS device.
Every device that gets jailbroken has one thing in common – Cydia; if you don’t have Cydia you should probably check that jailbreak because it’s broken. Jailbreaking is useless without Cydia, but Cydia alone isn’t enough. Cydia uses repositories to fill up its list of tweaks that you can install. It’s not really that complicated – but if you don’t have certain repositories you are going to miss out on a lot of content, and you don’t want that to happen.
Best Cydia Repos and Sources You Can Try On Your Jailbroken iDevice
So first we are going to list all the different repositories and then you may need to follow our other guide that tells you to add these repos to your Cydia, if you don’t already know how to do it. Let’s get to it.
- SiNful iPhone is one of the most popular repos for Cydia, with a rapidly growing
community it has become the leading the source of tweaks and high quality cracked apps. This is most likely the only repo you would need to find whatever you want.
Repository Link: http://sinfuliphonerepo.com
- Hackulo.us is another big repository filled with tons of cool tweaks; don’t let the name
scare you off, despite the name the repo doesn’t have much to do with hacking. Mostly. Hackulo.us is also where you will find Installous that lets you download thousands if not millions of cracked apps.
Repostiroy Link: http://cydia.hackulo.us
- xSelizze is a repository dedicated to gamers – specifically, people who want emulators
and games to run on said emulators. xSelizze will offer you ROMs for NES, Game Boy and Nintendo 64. You will also find some tweaks for your iOS device over here that you might not find on other repos.
Repository Link: http://cydia.xsellize.com
- Insanlyi pretty much focuses itself on cataloging tweaks for you – insane customizations
for your iOS devices that you might not find on other repos, as the name suggests.
Repository Link: http://repo.insanelyi.com
- PwnCenter will fulfill all your needs regarding ringtones. No really; you already got all
your tweaks and ROMs and games from the other repos, PwnCenter will give you all the ringtones you ever wanted. It’s good to be special at something.
Repository Link: http://apt.pwncenter.com
- iHacks is a repo that doesn’t believe in what we just said. It’s not good to be special –
you need to be versatile. And that’s what iHacks is; You will find a bit of everything at iHacks, of course the collection won’t be as good as the other specialized repos but it’s not limited to a certain category. And that’s good too, sometimes.
Repository Link: http://ihacksrepo.com
- iCauseFX is where you will find – as the name suggests – visual tweaks for your iOS
device. Not much else to say about it.
Repository Link: http://repo.icausefx.com
- HackYouriPhone is just a repo for general tweaks, much like SiNful but less.. popular,
thus less content. But you might find that one gem that you always wanted in here.
Repository Link: http://repo.hackyouriphone.org
- P0dulo has to offer you games. Lot’s of them in fact – and these are not emulator ROMs,
these are actual native iOS games. It also has ringtones and themes like the other repos.
Repository Link: http://p0dulo.com
- BiteYourApple sort of runs a news site for iOS, the repo is just a side thing. You will find
some apps and tweaks here you might not find at other places, but it doesn’t specialize at anything. Maybe better curated though.
Repository Link: http://repo.biteyourapple.net
And that’s 10 of the best Cydia repos we could compile for you, now you might need to figure out how to add these repos to your Cydia, but fear not – we have a guide for that too. Quite simple to follow.