The new version iCleaner 7.3.0 has been released, resolving all the issues (integration issues with Activator 4.x, bug issue, etc.) that 7.2.x had. Though, iPhone 6+ users will face a few pixelation issues, the problem will be resolved shortly. It resolves multiple issues of your iPhone/iPad/iPod.

It boosts up your device time to time by removing unnecessary files, clearing cookies, temporary files and much more. It does not delete necessary files; it deletes only those files that are no longer in use. It keeps your phone running smoothly and free from unnecessary storage. Downloading the tweak is like a adding feather to the cap of your device.

iCleaner Pro iOS 8 Cydia Tweak

Though iCleaner Pro 7.3.0 comes with default settings, you can configure it manually as well. It comes with options so that you can attach iCleaner to the apps or tweaks which you want to clean regularly. If you want iCleaner not to delete or remove file or tweaks from Cydia then switch off the toggle for Cydia in the app.

Also Read: How to Remove Other Data from iPhone/iPad

It removes screenshots, iPad pics, languages, fonts, iMessages, unseen messages, cracked files that are not shown but exist within device. And it will also clean/remove downloaded iOS firmware files that are no longer in use.

You can set a schedule or add any files and folders for the cleanup process. You will have to add the file and folders for custom cleaning. By default, it checks for log and temp files only.

If iCleaner is attached with Applications like Safari or Chrome, it can detect popular apps for in-depth cleanups. It gives you even more control such as, you can set scheduled iCleaner through Activator. You can launch it through its Flipswitch toggle. It’s worth downloading.

Since it's in beta, it is recommended that you wait for it to be submitted to the BigBoss repo. However, if you're willing to test it, you can do so by adding the following repo and downloading iCleaner Pro from it.


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