The last 18 months or so have been desert-like for most of the jailbreak community. So few utilities have seen the light of day that many are beginning to wonder if we have seen the end of jailbreaking as we knew it. Luca Todesco is the only one to produce any kind of working utility but even that will only work on a 64-bit iPhone, lending an air of credibility to Apple’s promises to kill off jailbreaking altogether. With iOS 12 expected to be announced at WWDC 2018, the situation is not expected to improve but we do have other alternatives now thanks to a few developers who have brought out a series of app installers. Each installer has something of Cydia in it and none of them need you to jailbreak first; the latest is called IPA Library.
Image : IPA Library Download Tutorial
What is IPA Library ?
IPA Library [ext link] is the latest app installer to be released, a kind of iOS app store but with a huge difference. This one is a library full of modified IPA files, providing us with apps like Spotify++, Instagram++ and Snapchat++ without having to go through Cydia. These are the types of app that Apple will not sign, making it impossible to get them any other way. Thanks to IPA Library, we get to enjoy all the following features:
IPA Library Features :
- Simple to download and use
- Free to use
- All content is free
- Works on iOS 9 to iOS 11 on all devices
- Choose from hundreds of IPA files
- Download a whole host of modified apps, like Pokémon Go+ and Snapchat++
- Lots of paid apps for free
- Download a range of Cydia tweaks
- Regularly updated
How to Download IPA Library :
Although you cannot get IPA Library in the same way that you would any standard app, it is simple enough to download and use. Simply follow the guide linked below carefully to ensure that IPA Library is successfully installed on your device :
- Download IPA Library [ Full Tutorial ]
IPA Library is the latest app installer to be added to a long list. These have all been released to try and help those who can’t install Cydia right now, providing a few Cydia tweaks, lots of modified content and other apps and games. Other installers, all worth looking at because they are all different, include :
Virtually all the app installers are supported on Android now as well, giving them a taster of what the jailbreakers have been able to enjoy for years, as well as significantly expanding the potential audience the app installers have.
For now, the news on jailbreaks is not good and we don’t expect it to get much better in the near future either. By following us on Facebook you can stay up to date with all the latest news and updates though.