Since iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak has been announced, tweaks are rapidly gaining support for iOS 9.3.3. Flex 3 is a popular jailbreak tweak that allows jailbroken users to modify an app and change its behavior in a few minutes time. If you previously used Flex on your older jailbroken device, you might as well know that the developer behind the tweak has announced an open beta with iOS 9.3.3 support. Moreover, there are new features and enhancements included as well.
Flex 3 Beta Is Now Available With iOS 9.3.3 Support
Firstly, Flex comes incorporated with a Trending tab that shows all the latest downloads from the past full day. Other than this, it gives you the ability to discover new patches that you should check out. The Flex developer is also working on making apps more discoverable. As you stroll through the patches in Flex 3, if you stumble across an app with a ''>'' icon next to it, it states that more information can be viewed by just tapping on it and download from the App Store.
Developer have made plans to add a few other features in the future Flex 3 update as well. Some of the features include a complete facelift of the patch screen with integrated comments. You will also be able to link directly to patches soon. This will allow you to share or recommend patches with ease. There's a new patch engine coming your way in the near future as well. Overall, everything is getting more open and social for users.
So if you're interested in installing Flex 3 on your iOS 9.3.3 jailbroken device, you can grab the beta from the following Cydia repo:
With Flex 3, you can now restore any Cydia purchases made through the ''Restore Purchase'' option. Previously if you have purchased Flex 2 this year, Flex 3 will be available to you with a free licence. For those who are not customers, your patch download limit is restricted to 10 downloads. Nonetheless, it is more than enough for an average user.
Flex is an astounding jailbreak tweak for users who want to take advantage of more than a single feature. Since Flex 3 with iOS 9.3.3 support is in its beta phase, more features will be added to it in the near future. Nonetheless, we will keep you guys posted when it is out. So be sure to stay tuned for that.
This is it for now, folks. What do you guys think about Flex 3? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.