Today, Apple released iOS & iPadOS 17 to the general public, unleashing a bevy of new features, interface improvements, and more to iPhone and iPad users. But shortly following that release, the AltStore Team came out with a new update of their own: AltServer and AltStore version 1.7.
Stay up-to-date with the latest news, releases, and tutorials about AltStore, an alternative App Store allowing you to sideload apps on your jailbroken or unjailbroken device. AltStore is the best way to install a semi-untethered jailbreak such as Odyssey or unc0ver.
If you use sideloading utilities such as AltStore or Sideloadly in conjunction with a free Apple Developer account, then you will find yourself limited to sideloading only three apps at any given time.
The AltStore sideloading app for iPhones and iPads has been updated to version 1.6.3 with a short list of improvements.
The AltStore Team released an updated version of the AltStore app for iPhones and iPads on Wednesday, officially bringing it up to version 1.6.2.
Earlier today, we talked about a version of AltStore that would remove the three-app sideloading limitation on MacDirtyCow-vulnerable devices running iOS or iPadOS 14.0-16.1.2. Whilst it was an upcoming feature in beta testing at the time, it now seems that the update is being released for everybody.
While AltStore is and has long been one of the most popular ways to sideload apps on iPhones and iPads, one pain point for users has always been the three-app limit.
If you’re one to regularly sideload apps on your iPhone or iPad, and you use AltStore to do it, then you might take interest in the latest updates for AltServer and AltStore, which were both updated to version 1.6 on Monday.
The AltStore team is out with a fresh update for its popular AltStore and AltServer sideloading software for iPhones and iPads, and it’s now available for all users.
AltStore, a popular piece of software used for sideloading apps on iPhones and iPads, is officially only supported on macOS and Windows. Still, that hasn’t stopped motivated developers from making unofficial Linux-compatible options.
A newer feature of the AltStore sideloading platform for iPhone and iPad is the ability to use trusted sources in the AltStore app to find and install sought after software that will likely never be present in Apple’s App Store because of its rules and restrictions.
Apple released its first betas of iOS & iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura shortly after the conclusion of the WWDC 2022 Keynote address. But one thing that users of sideloaded apps may have noticed after installing these betas is that some things weren’t quite working right – namely the Mail plugin and AltJIT.
A few days after releasing AltServer v1.5 with support for high-demand features such as multi-device support, AltJIT compilation, and direct app slideloading, among other things, the AltStore team is back at it again this Friday morning with yet another captivating update.