AppSync is one of the most popular of all the jailbreak tweaks designed to allow you to install direct apps on your iOS device. These are paid apps that you are getting for free that do not require you to pay for them. The idea behind AppSync is that you can try out an app to see if you like it before you go ahead and purchase it from the developer. Although there are those that use AppSync as a way of never paying for an app, the AppSync team remain adamant that the tweak is designed to help developers test out apps and carry out debugs without having to fork out cash for each app that they want to look at.
Image : AppSync iOS 10
Some of you will be familiar with apps such as Install0us, vShare, App Cake and AppAddict and, if you have used them, then you have already used AppSync and you know what it is all about. AppSync can only be installed on a jailbroken device and has recently been updated to support iOS 10. If you want to try out AppSync but have not yet applied a jailbreak, check out the latest iOS 10 jailbreak and the instructions on how to safely install it.
Another thing you can use AppSync for is to download modified iPA files using iFile, as well as downloading apps that you cannot get on the official App store any longer. In short, AppSync is a must-have tweak for helping you to run many different apps after jailbreaking your device
How to Install AppSync on iOS 10 :
- Jailbreak your iOS device [ Pangu Download ]
- When your iOS device is successfully jailbroken, open Cydia
- Tap on Sources > Edit > Add – you must now add a new source to Cydia
- Type in this url – http://cydia.angelxwind.net
- A warning screen will appear – tap on Add Anyway
- Respring your device and open Cydia again
- Search for AppSync Unified and make sure you download the latest version that supports iOS 10
- Install it on your device
You can now use AppSync to your heart’s content to check out apps – please do read our disclaimer below.
We do not condone piracy in any way. If you must use AppSync, please use it only to test out an app and, if you like it, purchase it from the developer, thus supporting the hard work they put in to produce these apps for us. The following installation tutorial is purely for educational purposes.