Two weeks ago I0nic unveiled his jailbreak for iOS 8.4 beta 1 version, later Apple released the new iOS 8.4 beta 2. Currently Pangu and Taig teams are struggling to crack the root password for the current Alpha Build version of iOS 8.3 and still no news on their progress.
The latest beta version released by Apple is iOS 8.3 beta 4 and is just available for developers.
Developed by Vietnamese developers HiPStore offers a good alternative to Installous software distribution app. For those who did not have the privilege of interacting with Installous but still heard of some other distribution platforms like AppCake source,vShare source or iFunBox this platform offers you to install from another source than App Store to test any kind of apps, even paid ones.
First of all let’s get some things straight. If you jailbreak you are not bound to use only Cydia, you will be pleased to hear that there are other alternatives that offer packages like free apps and tweaks. Some of these cydia alternatives can offer free apps or cracked apps whatever you want to call them without the need of a jailbroken device making these the perfect alternatives.
The list is simple, here’s a list of 5 cydia alternatives:
Because it’s an open source platform the majority of apps that you will find here are free. Using this source you will help you get apps even if you don’t have a jailbroken device.
Another alternative that will let you have free iPhone apps on your non-jailbroken device. Hence the name, this Chinese app will let you search and install any app. There is no need for an Apple ID and all apps can be managed from windows explorer.
iNoCydia is a quick, customizable and easy to use cydia alternative. Developed by GamingWtihViro and hosted by Emu4iOS, iNoCydia 3.0 offers just like the previous two the possibility to download and customize your iDevice without the need of jailbreak, Cydia or a PC. Even the name suggest the lack of these dependencies.
The perfect platform to customize your iDevice. Tor this there is no need to jailbreak.
Apple App Store
I know you are surprised to see this here. But if you don’t know the history, Cydia appeared before App Store on iOS 1.0.0 and this was what inspired Apple, this making it an alternative to Cydia. Like every platform that you check you will see that each one has apps that the others don’t.
Regarding Custom iOS, iNoCydia and iOSEmulatorSpot there are mixed opinions regarding the lack of games but I’ll leave that to you to decide if they worth keeping.
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iOS 8.4.1 is here and it’s here to unjailbreak your iOS 8.4 device. In iOS 8.4.1 Apple patched the Taig Jailbreak and PP Jailbreak exploits that wore used in iOS 8.1.3, 8.2, 8.3 and iOS 8.4 jailbreaks. Apple claims the reason for this update it’s to patch Apple Music Bugs. Like:
problems when trying to turn on iCloud Music Library (I can tell you that iOS 8.4.1 does not fix this… in some countries Apple has blocked iCloud Music Library)
no more hidden music after you add your music because of the “offline music only” (WHAT?!?!)
Add songs to new Playlists(creates the playlist when adding a song) yes and NO – this does not work in many countries… Apple has different subscription fees in many countries… Ex. Romania: the 1usr/1mo subscription is 4.99 EUR and the Family Pack is 7.99 EUR. Although it’s cheaper in some countries Apple doesn’t worn users of the LIMITATIONS: NO Playlists / NO Offline Music / NO way to add to my music (NO NADA)… just search and stream(yep and also radio…pffff)
So if you are in a similar situation and believe that THIS…
…can resolve your issues you’re in for a surprise.
Apple wants to get rid of your jailbreaked iOS and not even fix a damn problem.
Bottom line.. if you ended up here because you have iOS 8.4.1 installed… subscribe to be the first to jailbreak. iOS 8.4.1 is relatively new and no one can estimate the jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 release.
There are lots of games that are launched in AppStore but only a few end up having a big success. Even though some are for a small period like FlappyBird but some will have much longer period to be more exact years. One of these games that I’m talking about is Hay Day. Even though there were other apps similar to this like FarmVille from zynga, this farming game is quite addictive. Developed by Supercell and launched in 2012 Hay Day and another app generate $30 million/month and in 2013 occupied 4th place in top games for the most revenue generated worldwide. Because of its high success on iOS Supercell also released an android version.
The game is simple, it starts with a short story about “your uncle” who owns a farm and he can’t take care of it no more and ask the user to take over. Basically this how you end up owning a farm or should I say a Hay Day farm.