If you love enjoying jailbroken experience on iPhone/iPad, you’d know that there are several ways available to get your desired apps on your jailbroken device. First option you have is to download the apps through App Store while the other option is Cydia – the jailbreak app store which became popular after the concept of jailbreaking rose to fame.
In fact, there’s another option available now in the form of Installer 5 – the alternative app store that has just been released in its beta version.
Along with being the first beta for jailbreak app store, it’s going to be the very first time for anyone to see the redesigned interface. What’s important is that it is believed to be self-contained project and is expected to work on the future iOS versions as well.
Installer 5 Beta is set for release after several months of delays that have kept the fans waiting. However, it’s yet to be seen if the latest iteration is going to rebuild the faith of the fans in it or not. A quick teaser that the developer shared earlier in December suggests that things seem rosey in the Installer 5 land.
Actually, it was the very first app store for jailbroken devices but Cydia managed to take over and everyone seemed to have forgotten about it.
It’d be interesting to see what is offered by Installer 5 in the area of iOS 10 as well as iOS 11. And, if it has to offer anything similar to what came with the previous versions, it won’t be a disappointment.
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