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.
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.
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.
AltServer, the program used on macOS and Windows to sideload apps via the AltStore application for iOS & iPadOS, was updated to version 1.5 this Tuesday afternoon with some notable changes.
AltStore is a popular utility for sideloading apps on iPhones and iPads, and whether you depend on it to use your favorite semi-untethered jailbreak tool or merely to install apps that aren’t approved for the App Store, chances are you could benefit from making a Siri-compatible shortcut for refreshing all your sideloaded apps on demand.
If you’ve sideloaded any apps or used a semi-untethered jailbreak at all in the past several years, then you’ve undoubtedly heard about or used AltStore and AltServer to install them.
The AltStore team released an updated version of the AltStore side-loading application for iPhones and iPads this Monday afternoon, officially bringing the software up to version 1.4.9.
Apple provided a new macOS Monterey 12.3 beta build for public testing this week, and as some early adopters quickly discovered, the newly-bundled Mail app broke the AltServer Mail app plug-in.
AltServer and AltStore are a software duet that utilizes free or paid Apple Developer-enabled Apple IDs to sign and install apps outside of the App Store.
AltServer is one of the most convenient ways to effortlessly sideload apps on your iPhone or iPad, and it’s also one of the easiest ways to install jailbreak apps like Odyssey, Taurine, and unc0ver. But perhaps not if you've installed today’s macOS Monterey 12.1 software update…
Jailbreakers of the modern day should be vividly familiar with AltDaemon, the useful utility for jailbroken iPhones and iPads that works in unison with AltStore to install, refresh, and update sideloaded apps without a computer.
If you haven’t heard about the Fugu14 untether and how the unc0ver jailbreak now supports it, then you’d be inviting the age-old question of whether you live under a rock or not. And now that the latest version of AltStore (v1.4.8) can bundle the Fugu14 untether with the latest version of the semi-untethered unc0ver jailbreak tool, lots of people with compatible devices are jumping onboard.