Now that iOS 11 download [ext link] has been released in all its glory, the next thing to look forward to is a jailbreak for it. However, given the performance of iOS 10 in terms of jailbreak utilities, we shouldn’t expect too much too soon. If you haven’t updated to iOS 11 and are still using an iOS 10 jailbreak, stay where you are for the time being. For those that did update, you may have some wait ahead of you so you might want to consider using AppValley.
Image : AppValley iOS 11
AppValley is an app installer that provides us with access to paid and free content from the iOS app store to some tweaked apps, including SnapChat++, Pokémon Go++ and Spotify++ and some content that you won’t find in any of the app stores. It also works on Android and on Windows or Mac but they require extra programs to make AppValley work. For this article, we will be looking at iOS 11.
Image : AppValley App
How to Download AppValley on iOS 11 :
To download AppValley on iOS 11, you will need your iOS device only. You do not need to use a computer and you do not need to install a jailbreak. Please note that Safari is the only browser that this will work on so it will be a waste of time trying any other.
- Open Safari on your iOS device home screen
- In the address bar type in appvalleydownload.org and tap on Go
- When the web page has loaded on your device, look at the top right on iPad or bottom center on iPhone of your screen for the UP arrow and tap on it
- Now tap on Add to Home Screen , bottom center of your screen
- Type AppValley into the box to provide a new name for the icon. Tap on Add and close Safari .
- You will see the AppValley app icon on your home screen
Video: Shows you how to do these steps
How to Stop AppValley Crashing :
One thing that every user will find is that AppValley will continually crash. It starts within 7 days of you installing the app, leaving you having to reinstall it, and then it will crash again. Apple is very good at revoking the certificates for the apps that they consider invalid, i.e. the ones they do not sign. This results in a continual merry go round of you installing the app and Apple pulling it and there is just one way to stop this. You will need to download Anti Revoke [ext link] if you are to protect your apps and keep them running permanently. Anti Revoke will block Apple from verifying the certificates and revoking them making it a necessary download. You will find more information, including a full step by step guide and download links at the linked post.
What Is Happening with the iOS 11 Jailbreak ?
That is not a question we can properly answer right now. Since iOS 11 was released in September, the jailbreak developers have been extremely quiet. In fact, we haven’t heard from PP, Taig, or Pangu at all since iOS 10 was released so we can only assume that they have retired from the jailbreak scene. The only jailbreak we have to use is Yalu and, because that will only work on the 64-bit iPhones, many users cannot install it and we have no reason to believe that this situation is going to change. Indeed, if the developer of Yalu, Luca Todesco, does update his iOS 11 jailbreak [ext link], it can still only be used on the same handful of devices.
What Now ?
Those who have managed to install Yalu jailbreak should do their best to hold on to it and not update their devices. For those who can’t, there are other options. If AppValley does not have the apps you are looking for, try one of the other app installers, such as TweakBox, Emus4U, vShare or TutuApp, and see if they have what you want.
Although AppValley is never going to take the place of Cydia [ext link], it can offer some users a decent alternative. At the very least, you can have some modified apps and you can download as many paid apps for free as you want to. AppValley is also ideal for those users who don’t want to go through with jailbreaking but still want to take advantage of some features.
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