Installing modified and tweaked apps have become something we have gotten used to over the years, ever since jailbreaking first started. Now, with the chances of a jailbreak growing slimmer with each iOS update, we have turned to an alternative method of getting our apps and tweaks. Over the last few months, we have seen a spate of different app installers released, all containing a range of third-party apps and tweaks, including our favorite ++ apps like Spotify++, Pokémon Go++, and Snapchat++. While these installers have given us a new lease of life, they don’t always make things too easy for us and one of the biggest issues is in apps that keep on crashing.
Image : Anti Revoke App Download
The reason for this is down to the app certificates, in that they are not signed by Apple. You will have noticed that we have to reactivate many of these apps after 7 days and this is because Apple regularly revokes app certificates that are not valid. Thankfully, there is now a way to get around the business of reactivation and it comes to us in the form of a tool called Anti Revoke.
What is Anti Revoke ?
Anti Revoke [ext link] installs a VPN on your iPhone or iPad and this works to block the revocation of the certificates because it blocks them from being verified. It will only work on what apps you have running on your device at the time you install it but you can update Anti Revoke to protect any subsequent apps you install. It doesn’t need any jailbreak and it will work quietly in the background, not interfering with anything that you do on your device and not stealing all your resources.
How to Download Anti Revoke :
All you need I your iPhone or iPad and a strong internet connection; all the information you need can be found at the given link:
- Download Anti Revoke [ Full Tutorial ]
Anti Revoke works on all app installers except for TutuApp. If you use that installer, you will need to use NessTool , another tool that works the same but only for TutuApp.
Anti Revoke is a necessary tool for anyone that installs third-party apps on their devices as it will remove all certificate revocation issues and leave you to get on with your apps in peace. Let us know how you get on with it and follow us on Facebook for all the latest news and developments.