Apple implemented “low power mode” in iOS 9 that lets users save battery. A new Cydia tweak makes it easier to enable low power mode. Let’s find out more about this tweak. gives us this operation very easily when we need it without having to
Let’s find out more about this tweak.
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How QuickPowerMode Cydia tweak Works
Admit it, the low power mode is a life saver, particularly when you are on-the-go. Usually, you need to go Settings > Battery and then enable the low power mode. This is where QuickPowerMode Cydia tweak comes in.
This tweak makes it very simple to enable the low power mode. You just have to press the battery icon and you’re good to go.
Once you tap the battery icon, it turns orange. This indicates that low power mode is currently enabled. If you want to disable this mode, simply tap the battery icon again.
This tweak has no configuration options whatsoever. It works right out of the box, just install it and you are done.
There are various Cydia tweaks that offer the same functionality. However, nothing comes close to the simplicity of this tweak. It’s minimalistic, simple and user-friendly.
QuickPowerMode vs CCLowPower
Time for a little showdown – QuickPowerMode vs CCLowPower.
CCLowPower tweak allows you to enable/disable low power mode directly from Control Center. Here’s a demonstration of CCLowPower.
CCLowPower Cydia Tweak
Posted by Yalu Jailbreak on Wednesday, March 15, 2017
It is good but it doesn’t come close to QuickPowerMode. Clicking the battery icon is much simpler than going to the Control Center.
I definitely recommend this free tweak. If you are always on the go, it’s absolutely indispensable. If you are a casual user, even then it’s helpful.
QuickPowerMode is available for download on BigBoss Cydia repo/source for free. It is fully compatible with iOS 10.
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