No Need To Install A Jailbreak Tool - Use These Installers Instead To Get The Apps You Want | Feed Ride
iPhone owners know how frustrating it is to have no access whatsoever to cool third-party apps. Unlike Android devices, the iPhone has to be jailbroken to allow the use of other apps than the default ones. But, jailbreaking can be a daunting process for some, as it requires good technical skills.
Fortunately, there are a few application installers that can do the job without you having to install a jailbreak tool. Tweakbox is the most popular app installer, but if you can't get it, or if you don't like it, here are some alternatives which are also doing the job well.
vShare is probably the second-best app installer after Tweakbox, with incredibly good reviews and praises. A great thing about the app is that it is supported by both Android and iOS devices, and allows you to download Windows files as well. The tweaked apps and files provided by vShare are free.
This third-party app installer provides a large variety of hacked and modified apps with extra features for iPhone owners who want third-party applications on their device.
AppValley is available on both Android and iOs devices, and also on Apple's iPads. The platform allows you to install numberless tweaked applications, video games, and so on. AppValley is the pivot of modified versions of renown apps, such as WhatsApp, Spotify, and YouTube, each of them coming with new features and optimizations you cannot get in the original app.
Emus4U also allows you to get third-party apps on your iPhone without needing to jailbreak it. A great thing about this particular app is the fact that it is incredibly easy to install and use. The service offers additional features many other app installers do not have, such as junk cleaner and screen recorder. Emus4U also comes with the possibility to install tweaked apps that are not available on the App Store.
This app is supported by a large variety of iOS devices. Zestia Step is great because it doesn't take a PC or Mac to install it on your smartphone; you can get it straight on your device. This app installer provides access to thousands of applications unavailable on official app stores.
Fix the 'Untrusted App Developer' Issue While Using These App Installers
After you'd install one of the apps we mentioned above and tap on their icon via the app drawer, you'd notice the 'Untrusted App Developer' notification. Here is how to fix this error and keep using the app installer.
- Go to 'Settings' on your device, browse to 'General,' and then open the 'Profile' option
- Tap on the developer name, and next on the 'Trust' button
- You will now have full access to the app
The Bottom Line
All the app installers we described above come with no restrictions for the apps, so you can access both original free and purchasable apps for free. You are also provided with apps normally available for developers only.
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