Despite the fact that there are officially no other app stores on iOS except the App Store, you can download software not only from there. Not only does Apple’s mobile operating system support progressive web apps that can replace some apps and services 100%, but also from time to time, independent developers launch unofficial app catalogs. Typically, all that is required to use them is to set up a public profile. This is done very simply, but then you get the opportunity to install software from third-party sources. Does it make sense, though?
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What is AppValley
AppValley is one of the few alternative app stores that are available for both Android and iOS. Unlike the App Store and Google Play, it is focused on distributing hacked versions of programs and games for iOS: it provides paid versions for free and distributes those that operate according to the in-app purchase model with god mode. Thus, all games can be played at maximum speed at once, at the first entrance, having received the required amount of money and opening all the locations and heroes that open only as you progress.
How to install AppValley on iOS
- To get AppValley, go to this link;
- Click Install to download the profile;
- Go to “Settings” – “General” – “Profiles”;
- Open the AppValley profile and confirm its installation;
- After that, the installed AppValley application will appear on your device ;
- Launch AppValley and choose the software to your liking by pressing the GET button to download the desired one.
The advantage of AppValley, which in a sense can be considered an analog of the App Store, is the complete absence of registration. That is, you don’t even have to go through authorization with your Apple ID account, as in other application directories. And since AppValley has no rules, you can find apps and games that are no longer in the App Store. For example, you can download Flappy Bird for iPhone there. True, this is where the advantages of AppValley end, because it is simply impossible to find something worthwhile in it, not to mention the disgustingly laid out interface.
What you need to know about AppValley
- AppValley has no licensed software. That is, all applications and games that you can find there go there without the permission of the developers;
- All (well, almost all) software from AppValley has hacked versions of common applications and games of dubious origin;
- At AppValley, you have no guarantees that you will not run into malware, given that even the catalog certificate is flagged by iOS as untrusted;
- In AppValley you do not pay for software and this money does not go to the developers, not allowing them to improve their applications and games, as in the App Store;
- AppValley lacks quality control, which can result in multiple versions of the same application being found in the catalog.
I have absolutely no idea who can use AppValley on iOS. If on Android there can certainly be found nihilists who refuse to pay for software and are not used to straining their brains to play games, then on iOS, it seems to me, there are either an absolute minority or none at all. Therefore, although I quote the above instructions for installing AppValley, I really hope that none of you will dare to install it on your device, putting yourself and your data at risk.
Why am I so categorical? Yes, because you can’t expect anything good from the catalog, where you can find an improved version of WhatsApp ++, which offers an expanded set of functions with iPad support, additional messaging tools, and ample opportunities for customizing the interface. But there is a flurry of such software. Therefore, if you do not want to follow the path of Jeff Bezos, whose iPhone was jailbroken due to his own indiscretion, bypass this slag.