Here’s how you can download AppEven installer app on iOS 11 for IPA files. No jailbreak or computer is required for this to work.

Like most other installers of this nature, AppEven doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel by offering access to apps and games, but it does claim that it is one of the most reliable installer apps offered. That stability and range of hacked apps, tweaks and games offered should be enough to convince most to at least give it a try. Check out the steps below to see how you can get it installed on your device with immediate effect.

Step 1: You are going to do all of this installation process using your iOS device, which means no computer or additional hardware is needed. On the iPhone or iPad device itself, launch Safari and navigate to the AppEven website at appeven.com.

Step 2: When you get to that site you will be greeted with a small information screen telling you that you don’t need a jailbreak or even an Apple ID. Select the Download Now button which has an Apple graphic next to it.

Step 3: When the popup is shown on the display, select the Install option. Hit the Home button on your device – swipe up from the bottom if you jave an iPhone X – to get back to the Home screen. You’ll see the AppEven app installed on the Home screen.

Step 4: Launch the native Settings app on the device and navigate to General > Profiles & Device Management. You will find a profile associated with Phelia Associates Inc. Tap onto this.

Step 5: From the middle of the screen select Trust “Phelia Associates Inc” and then tap Trust again when popup shows on the display.

Step 6: You can now exit out of the Settings app, locate the AppEven installation, and tap on it to launch just like you would with any normal App Store-installed app.

That’s it! You are now good to scroll through all of the apps and downloads that it offers.

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