IPA Library

At one time, jailbreak utilities were common. We had several developer teams and, every time an iOS update was released, we got a new utility to play with. Sadly, it seems that Apple has finally made true on their promises to bring jailbreaking to a halt. Ever since iOS 10 was released, the number of utilities has dropped sharply and now we only have Yalu jailbreak. Released by Luca Todesco, Yalu is limited to 64-bit iPhones so most of us are without a way to install Cydia and download our tweaks and apps. Luckily, we do have other options; third-party app installers have been brought out, each with something from Cydia, along with other apps and the latest one is IPA Library.

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What is IPA Library ?

IPA Library [ext link] is the latest app installer to be released but, where the others offer some tweaks and other content, IPA Library is a sort of store that is full of IPA files. As a rule, Apple will sign an app into the app store, giving it an official seal of approval but, with the modified versions of some stick apps, they refuse to do this. This is why we have IPA Library, a place where we can download these apps, like Pokémon Go++ and Snapchat++, and get them signed all at once. With IPA Library, you can enjoy features such as:

IPA Library Features :

  • Very easy to download and use
  • Free to use 
  • Full support for iOS 9 to iOS 11 on all devices
  • Loads paid apps and games for free
  • Plenty of modified apps, like Instagram++, Spotify++ and Pokémon Go++
  • Some Cydia tweaks
  • Hundreds of IPA files to choose from
  • Regular updates

How to Download IPA Library :

Although you won’t be able to get IPA Library from any official source, it is safe to use and easy to download. Follow the guide at the link below very carefully otherwise we can’t guarantee IPA Library will be properly installed :

IPA Library is one of the many app installers that act as Cydia alternatives for many of us. While these installers can’t hope to replace Cydia in its entirety, they can offer quite a few of the tweaks and other content we are missing, and they work on Android devices too. Other installers you might want to consider are :

Right now, we can’t give you any good news on the future of jailbreaking. Until we hear from one or more of the developer teams, we should assume that we won’t be getting any more jailbreak utilities for the time being. However, these installers are well worth trying so given them a go and stay up to date with all the latest news by following us on Facebook.

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