App Admin, the jailbreak tweak that lets you downgrade to older versions of iOS apps, has just received a significant beta update. The headlining new feature is the ability to block App Store updates, which allows you to easily keep downgraded apps installed on your iOS device. To learn how to gain access to the free beta version of App Admin, check out the rest of this post.

To install the beta version of App Admin on your jailbroken iPhone, simply click here.

Once the latest beta version is installed, you’ll see a new “Block All Updates” option when downloading, updating, or using the Open button in the App Store.


When you choose to block updates for a particular app, you’ll see it listed under a special Blocked section in the upper left-hand corner of the Updates tab.


Blocking updates for an app allows you to keep automatic updates enabled, yet still maintain select downgraded apps. This is a solid update, and it makes App Admin even better than it was before.

What do you think?

  • John

    I really miss being jailbroken… Very jealous!

    • hkgsulphate

      i miss the days jailbreak tool released not by the Chinese…

      • Shaw

        Should be released by your Great Western Master, so you could show them your loyalty and praise.

      • Ángel Javier Esquivel


      • Chuck Finley

        Yes, because the race of the team releasing the tool makes one iota of difference to the tool you inbred, stupid, racist dumbass.

    • leart

      downgrading with this method let you use apps that are signed with your ID so if you follow the instructions of the first article here in this site, you can get the older versions of a app and synch them mamually to your device through itunes, you don’t need to be jailbroken since the apps are signed for your ID. basically are your apps, just a old version

  • John

    Also, since this allows downgrading apps to previous versions that were perhaps built prior to the iPhone 6/s, are there are significant improvements in speed? Such as the launch time and the amount of RAM that app consumed while running in the background.

  • Hey, its possible downgrade apps in AppleTV 4?

  • czbird

    Unable to install on iOS 8.4. No icon appeared. Uninstalled.

  • TheShade247

    how can i transfer these downgrades to itunes? when i do transfer purchases, nothing happens.

    • leart

      maybe you have on iTunes a newer version of the app you are trying to transfer dude, delete first the app from iTunes and then transfer the purchase … I have heard a rumor that on ios 9 is i possible to get the ipa, but can’t confirm this.

      • TheShade247

        I tried almost everything but no luck, it works fine with my ipad on 8.4.1. But not on iPhone 6s 9.0.2

      • leart

        then maybe what I heard is true, with ios 9 or the 6s is not possible to transfer purchased app on iTunes…

  • droid3000

    came out just in time for the new instagram update. ig crashed any time i tried to unfollow someone. remembered seeing this tweak the other day