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  • Icy (application)


    Icy is a discontinued package manager for jailbroken iPhone and iPod Touch, originally created and maintained by Ripdev, which allows users to browse and download mobile apps from a range of sources. Most apps were available to download for free, with some requiring purchase after downloading, including other software created by Ripdev, such as Kate. Apps are downloaded directly to iPhone or iPod Touch and are generally located in the /Applications/ directory, in the same place where "Apple native" apps are located. The Icy Project was closed on October 24, 2009, and the source code was released under the MIT License. Icy Installer was then taken over by two development teams, WeAmDev and Infini-Dev.

  • PP Jailbreak


    PP Jailbreak, also commonly known as PP, PP25 App or PP25 Jailbreak, is a term describing a free Chinese app containing tools capable of jailbreaking iOS 8 devices, except for Apple TV. Eligible products include: iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. This app was developed by a Chinese iOS hacking community known as PP Assistant. It was first released on January 19, 2018

  • Cydia


    Cydia () is a package manager mobile app for iOS that enables a user to find and install software packages on jailbroken iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices. It also refers to digital distribution platform for software on iOS accessed through Cydia software. Most of the software packages available through Cydia are free of charge but some require purchasing. Cydia is developed by Jay Freeman (also called "saurik") and his company, SaurikIT. The name "Cydia" is a reference to the moth genus Cydia, notably the codling moth (with a scientific name of Cydia pomonella), which is the proverbial "worm in the apple."

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