Just yesterday, we showed you a new app called TrollApps by haxi0, which attempts to offer an App Store-like experience for TrollStore-compatible apps so users can more easily discover the different things they can install with it. It does so by bringing all of these fragmented projects into one convenient place for users.
Today, TrollApps has been updated to version 1.1, and with some notable improvements that we think warranted our letting you know.
From what we can gather from the announcement Tweet and the project’s GitHub page, TrollApps version 1.1 brings the following changes:
- Support for iOS & iPadOS 14 devices
- A refreshed user interface that looks much nicer
- Option to copy the download link to the .ipa file
- Descriptions for individual apps available in TrollApps
- A better options menu with an option to delete caches
- Installed apps now display “Open” instead of “Get”
- A refreshed API
Since I use a jailbroken iOS 14 device instead of an iOS 15 device, today’s update really hits home with me. After trying it out, I found that the user interface is much cleaner than before, and that almost all of my criticisms from my original writing have been addressed in version 1.1, including the addition of descriptions for each app.
If you were thinking about getting TrollApps, but the barrier of iOS 15-only support and the lack of information about what you were installing held you back, then version 1.1 should absolutely be one of the next things you download and install with TrollStore on your device.
You can learn more about TrollApps and find all the links to download it with TrollStore by visiting the project’s GitHub page.
Do you plan to take advantage of TrollApps now that it’s refreshed with user-friendly features? Let us know in the comments section down below.