How To Install [Redacted]++ On iOS 10 Without Jailbreak [Updated]
Here’s how to download and install [redacted]++ IPA on iOS 10 running on an iPhone or iPad. No jailbreak is required for this process to work, and it will only take a few moments of your time to get up and running.
Music lovers in the United States will be very familiar with the wonderful [redacted] experience. The music and radio service gives a personalized music experience which continually grows and evolves over time to suit the needs and listening tastes of the logged in user. That type of functionality lets users create free personalized radio stations featuring their favorite artists, tracks, or genres for an enhanced listening experience.
Of course, like other services such as Spotify, there’s also the option to go Premium to get additional features as well as some functionality which some individuals think should just be included in the basic offering. That’s where [redacted]++ comes in.
[redacted]++ brings this all by default by offering unlimited track skips to those who go through the process of installing it. The same IPA installation also unlocks the offline music download feature meaning that users can instantly download tracks from the service to their device for offline playback. If that all sounds great, then check out the installation methods below for more information on how to get it on your device.
Of course to get started with installing [redacted]++ on your iOS device, you need to grab the IPA file first, which you can do so from the link here [Link removed on request of [redacted] Media, Inc.].
For anyone using a Mac, either one of Apple’s wonderful MacBooks or iMacs, they are going to want to investigate installing [redacted]++ using Xcode 7 or higher, which is the official method of getting IPA files sideloaded onto a non-jailbroken device. We’ve previously covered how to do exactly that here: How To Sideload iOS Apps Without Jailbreak Using Xcode 7 For Free. If your laptop or desktop is powered by Microsoft’s Windows platform, then Xcode isn’t going to be an option unless you want to start messing around with virtual installations of macOS. Thankfully, Windows users can achieve the same result with the use of Cydia Impactor, as outlined in our guide on the topic here: Sideload iOS Apps On Windows, Mac With Cydia Impactor Without Jailbreak, Here’s How.
Either one of those installation routes should you get up and running with the power of [redacted]++ in no time at all.
Update: After being contacted by Pandora Media, Inc., we have removed the link to Pandora++ IPA file, as well as replaced Pandora’s name with “redacted” throughout the article.