Those who don’t jailbreak their phones and stick to the stock Apple OS instead might feel like they are stuck with native apps. There is no denying that Apple is kind of restrictive and does not let users experiment too much, so they have to stick to apps within that App Store, and of course, Apple has made sure these apps don’t violate any standards. Those who don’t have jailbroken devices do not only have to stick to these apps but also have to pay for most of the good ones, something that Cydia users can take advantage of.
Well, the good news is, all is not lost! Even the native OS users can now make use of external and pirated apps with vShare 9.3.1!
How Does vShare Work?
Since this is not the jailbreaking format, the working of vShare Pro is a little different than that of Cydia. vShare Pro is technically a legal app that hosts pirated apps within it. This means that you can download App Store apps, but without having to pay for them! It is somewhat like Extensify and AppCake, but we can vouch for the fact that is works better than both of those, with quite a wider range of options available.
For now, those of you who have updated to iOS 9.3.1 cannot use any jailbreak tweaks, since there are none available. So while you can’t get any external apps, you can still use vShare Pro to make use of the best paid apps by getting them for free!
How to Download vShare Pro Directly on iOS 9.3.1
One reason the app is becoming so popular is because although it is not downloaded like usual iTunes apps, you can still install it very easily. Here are the steps to do this:
- Open Safari on your iOS device and go to vsharepro.org.
- From the toolbar on the bottom of the page, click the Up arrow in the center.
- On the next screen, tap on Add to Home Screen.
- On the next page, click Add from the top right corner.
- The vShare Pro icon should now be on your Home Screen.
- Tap on the icon to download paid apps free of cost, and enjoy!
TIP: If this doesn’t work or if you face an error, close all the apps on your phone and all the tabs in your browser, and try again.
Meanwhile, if you are concerned about security, remember that vShare Pro is not actually illegal but is just working through a loophole in Apple’s policy, so make the best of it while you can!