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AppData tweak can access App Data from Home Screen

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By default, iOS doesn't offer any tools to clean up apps or view detailed information about installed packages. With a free jailbreak tweak like AppData you can access App Data of every installed app from the App Store directly from your Home Screen.

Add AppData Repo to your package manager and install the tweak:

What is AppData?

AppData is a little free tweak that allows you to access your application data by swiping up on the icon or through the force touch menu. It was released by Fouad Raheb, the developer behind the Watusi tweak for WhatsApp. Recently, AppData tweak was completely rewritten to support iOS 15 – iOS 16 rootless jailbreaks such as Dopamine, Palera1n, and XinaA15.

After completing the installation of the AppData tweak, a new preference pane is seamlessly integrated into the Settings app. This dedicated pane allows you to conveniently customize various aspects of the tweak. You have the option to choose your preferred activation method, either through a simple swipe-up gesture or by utilizing the 3D touch menu. Additionally, you can modify the tweak appearance on your Home Screen.

Discover a multitude of powerful features that elevate your app experience with this tweak. Gain effortless access to app data, allowing you to view essential details such as bundle version and size. Seamlessly copy the app bundle identifier for your convenience. Personalize your Home Screen by customizing the names of your app icons to reflect your preferences. Take control of your app badge count by effortlessly clearing or updating it. Keep your device free from unnecessary clutter by conveniently checking and clearing app data and caches.

Two iPhone screens showing AppData tweak on iOS 15.

Furthermore, the AppData tweak provides additional functionalities to enhance your app management experience. You can conveniently offload apps, uninstalling them while preserving their data, enabling you to free up valuable storage space without losing important information. Take control of your app permissions with ease, allowing for enhanced customization.

Seamlessly access app bundle and data containers, empowering you to effortlessly navigate and explore the inner workings of your apps. Effortlessly navigate app container groups, facilitating smooth organization and management. Instantly access the App Store page of any app, making it a breeze to discover and explore new applications you may like.

In addition, AppData introduces an informative “More Info” tab within the application data interface, offering you the opportunity to delve even deeper into the details of installed apps. Within this tab, you can access a wealth of information, including the minimum iOS version required for the app to function, the platform build version, active query and URL schemes, activity types, background modes, and a comprehensive list of all utilized entitlements.

With these capabilities at your fingertips, AppData tweak empowers you to effortlessly manage and optimize your app usage. Developed by Fouad Raheb, this tweak is an open-source project, making all its files readily available for download via the GitHub Repository. AppData has been predominantly written in the Objective-C and Logos programming languages.

Two iPhone screens showing AppData tweak on Home Screen.

Jailbreak also offers other tweak to manage AppData directly on your device. One such option is the IAmLazy tweak or Data Manager. Additionally, there are mobile applications like AppIndex or Apps Manager that offer comparable features for managing app data.

Add Repository

AppData tweak was released a free package thought the private Fouad Raheb Repository. Add AppData Repo to your package manager and install the tweak to view and access App Data from Home Screen. The tweak supports iOS 11 – iOS 16 jailbreak environment, and it works also with the most popular rootless jailbreaks such as XinaA15, Dopamine, and Palera1n.

To install AppData on your jailbroken device, follow those steps:

  1. Open the Sileo app from the Home Screen.
  2. Tap on the Sources tab, then select Edit button.
  3. Add the following repository URL:
  4. Search for and install the AppData tweak from Havoc Repo.
  5. Respring the device to finish the installation.
  6. Configure AppData tweak from Settings app.

Sileo app showing AppData Repo details.

For added convenience, you can quickly add the repo to your preferred package managers (Sileo, Installer, Zebra) by using the convenient quick links provided at the top of this page. With just one click, you can easily add the repo and download AppData for iOS 11 – iOS 16.

What's new

  • Updated AppData to version 1.4.0.
  • Re-written to support rootless jailbreaks.
  • Added option to select default appearance color (Dark by default).
  • Moved AppData force touch menu item to system section.
  • Fixed reset permissions crash on iOS 12.
  • Hide force touch menu from Widgets on iOS 14.
  • Added compatibility with DockController and FloatingDockPlus13.
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