iOS 10 Jailbreak Alternative: The Best Way To Download Cracked And Premium Apps Without The Actual Jailbreak
If waiting is something some people are getting tired of, especially for the jailbreak tool for the iOS 10, then here's a nifty guide on how to get any app through simple steps.
Hackers like Pangu and the rest of the entire iOS jailbreaking community are almost at a dead end despite them already trying to give Apple a run for their money. Patches are getting rolled out equally as fast as the patience and hope running out for users.
Despite these actions from Apple, fortunately there are still a number of workaround for those who specifically just want to download apps for free and we mean any app. Be that premium, paid or simply not intended to be made available on the Apple AppStore.
One of the best methods is thru vShare. Using this software, iPhone and iPad owners can download virtually almost every app on AppStore. There's even no need to setup an Apple account to do so, which makes this little tool perfect.
To get the software, simple click the "Download" button for the corresponding operating system. Currently, this can be only done with a Windows PC, but for those who don't have access to it can also use an Android device.
Once installed, the software will ask the user to download the Apple drivers needed to run the program. This shouldn't take that long as it will only download a 110 MB file. Once done, the user will be prompted to connect the iDevice and all the user have to do afterwards is to tap "Trust" once prompted.
This will configure the device automatically and users should not disconnect it in the process.
Once done, apps can be downloaded instantly by clicking the "Apps" button and typing any keyword search term. Some apps may not be made available yet, but the team behind the tool is always working hard on adding more and more apps everyday, making this tool one of the best alternatives around for iOS Jailbreak.
vShare supports iOS 10 and can also be used for iPhones or iPads with OS versions as low as iOS 7.