Here's a step-by-step guide on how to install Cydia alternative Zestia on iOS (previously known as X-Cydia) without jailbreak and download apps through it.
Here's a trick that lets you record video on your iPhone with the screen locked and turned off. The best part? It works without jailbreak.
Here's a step by step guide on how you can install themes on your iPhone without requiring any jailbreak for the version of iOS you are running on your device.
Here's how to get the old Instagram app icon back on the iPhone. This trick does not require any jailbreak to work.
Here's how to sideload iTransmission 4 torrent client for iOS. No jailbreak required for this on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Here's a trick on how to make round folder icons on your iOS Home screen without jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad. Don't know if it's a glitch or magic or what, but it works. Try it out for yourself and let us know what you think.
If you followed our guide on installing Mojo, the iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak alternative Cydia-like installer for non-jailbroken devices, but found yourself unable to install apps, then you may have been left scratching your head as to why. The development team behind Mojo clearly feel it's ready to be consumed by the masses, but as you can tell, there's clearly still a few issues to iron out. Until then, we have a handy little walkthrough of how to solve those pesky installation issues with only a small amount of leg work.
Meet Mojo, an iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak alternative Cydia-like installer that accepts repositories of content, and lets you install game emulators and screen recorders without jailbreak.
There's now a new way to hide apps in iOS 9 without having to jailbreak. This method makes use of a glitch to keep apps hidden till the next reboot and is much easier than previous alternatives.
Having the ability to natively share an internet connection from mobile to other personal devices for free is definitely a beneficial feature that comes in handy at differing times. However, as handy as the feature is, some users often find themselves infuriated when they realize that their carriers have either disabled the feature or want to charge a premium on top of their current plan to use it.