Users of the Saily package manager for jailbroken iPhones and iPads would do good to open the app and refresh their sources, as a new version of the app was released just this week.
Jailbreakers who are using the Saily package manager on their pwned iPhones and iPads might be excited to learn that a new version was released this Friday morning with a small list of changes.
In case you haven’t been paying attention, there’s a new APT-based package manager in town for jailbroken iPhones and iPads, and it’s called Saily.
The Saily APT-based alternative package manager app for jailbroken iPhones and iPads running iOS or iPadOS 13 and later was officially released to the general public last week with an impressive user interface, and its already being updated with improvements.
Back in August, we showed our readers an APT-based package manager alternative for jailbroken iPhones and iPads called Saily. It intended to pair a refreshing user interface with cutting-edge performance in what could only be described as a no-compromise package.
Not only are there several different jailbreak tools that the jailbreak community gets to pick from, but there is also a respectable variety of unique package managers that users can choose to use on their jailbreaks.