NoFreeAppLimit – FREE
When signing sideloaded apps with AltStore and a free Apple Developer account, you’re limited to signing just three apps at a time.
NoFreeAppLimit removes that silly limitation, allowing you to sign as many apps with your free Apple Developer account as you want while you’re in a jailbroken state. Even after you reboot into a non-jailbroken state, your app signing is retained for the seven-day period.
You can learn more about NoFreeAppLimit and how it works in our full review post.
Other releases this week
Bubble Apps: A bubble-inspired app launcher for jailbroken iPhones and iPads ($1.49 via Havoc repository – review)
Social Composer: Lets jailbreakers update social media and share messages from anywhere in iOS ($1.49 via Havoc repository – review)
uYouPlus: All the benefits of uYou for the YouTube app, plus a whole lot more (free via ichitaso’s repository)
Everything else from this week
AltStore Shortcut: iDownloadBlog shows you how to make a shortcut that automatically refreshes all apps sideloaded via AltStore.
Best Gaming Jailbreak Tweaks: We show you what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for augmenting the gaming experience on iOS & iPadOS 14.
Classic Jailbreak Tweaks Reincarnated: we shows you some of the best classic jailbreak tweaks from the glory days of jailbreaking that have either been updated to support pwned iOS 14 devices, or that have been re-released to support the newer firmware.
Hyperixa Repository: The TitanD3v team is re-releasing all of its jailbreak tweaks as free on the new Hyperixa repository, which succeeds the TitanD3v repository and includes a companion support app.
If you’re itching for more jailbreak content, then be sure to keep it tuned to iDownloadBlog throughout the coming work week. Of course, if you can’t, then we’ll be right back at this same time next Sunday morning with a roundup just like this one.
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What has been your favorite jailbreak tweak release or jailbreak-centric news tidbit from this past week? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.