More than a year ago, Apple launched the iOS 4 and introduced a new view of its native mail application to the users, who provides the couple of new features and ability to read all the emails at once. The application has been updated time by the time, but the new functions cause some privacy issues for the owners and the users of iOS. The iOS mail native application allows you to collect all emails inside the one email box and provides outstanding push service. However, it seems that some users need a little privacy on their devices, especially on their mail boxes. A new jailbreak tweak is launched in Cydia with an aim to provide privacy on iOS mail native application.

HideInbox, a new Cydia tweak has just launched in the store with an ability to hide your email account’s folder inside from the native mail application of iOS. The tweak allows you to hide the several email ID folders from the mail application, and does not add any additional icon to your home screen instead it adds a new toggle option in the account management section of your mail application, the toggle allows you to hide/ display the email folder in the app. This tweak can be downloaded for free from Cydia and is available via the BigBoss repository.