This tweak makes apps open links in the Safari app instead of an in-app web browser.
When you tap on links in apps on your iPhone or iPad, you'll find that some apps launch the full-fledged Safari web browser app to load a web page, while others launch an in-app Safari web browser.
If an app wants to show you something on the web but you don't want to search the web further, using the in-app web browser is a quick and easy way to do it.
If you intend to do some long-term web browsing after tapping on the link, on the other hand, you would prefer to be in the Safari app itself, where you have much more control over web content than you would in the simple in-app web browser.
Suppose you choose to use the iPhone or iPad's standalone Safari web browsing software full-time rather than the in-app web browser offered by various apps. In that case, the good news is that you can now take charge of the situation with iOS developer nyuszika7h's latest and free jailbreak tweak, NoInAppSafari.
While you can still access the standalone Safari web browser from the in-app browser, the argument remains that the in-app browser is a "lite" web browser, and taking the extra measures to access Safari can be cumbersome.
When you use NoInAppSafari, iOS will automatically launch the standalone Safari app when you tap on links in your favorite apps, saving you a move if you despise the in-app browser.
It's worth noting, however, that NoInAppSafari only works with iOS apps that use the native in-app browser. The tweak won't function if the app you're using has its own custom in-app browsing experience like the Instagram app does (probably for added tracking).
Those interested in trying out the NoInAppSafari tweak can get it for free from the cadoth repository using their preferred package manager. The tweak is open source and works with jailbroken iOS 13 and 14 computers, according to the developer's GitHub website.
If you haven't already, you can add the cadoth repository to your package manager by entering the following URL:
Do you plan to use NoInAppSafari to eliminate the in-app web browser experience on your pwned computer, or are you content not to use the standalone Safari app when clicking on a connection in various apps? We'd love to see you comment your thoughts below in the comments section.