Cydia is home to many cool tweaks and apps, and one of the most popular has to be vShare, an app installer that gives us access to tons of paid games and apps for free. With the new iOS 10.3.3 download [ext link] released and jailbreaks in short supply, many users are missing out on being able to get their paid apps for free. Now though, vShare [ about ] has been made available without an iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak [ext link], which means anyone can use it for downloading apps, games, ringtones, themes and much more besides. Even better, it has been updated to support iOS 10.3.3 and you can download it in three different ways.
Image : vShare Download iOS 10.3.3
How to Download vShare for iOS 10.3.3 :
Two methods to download vShare app. Both of them explained below with detailed steps.
Method 1: Safari Browser
- Open Safari on your iOS device
- Go to vsharedownload.com
- Tap the UP arrow at the top or bottom of the screen, depending on the device you are using
- Select Add to Home Screen from the options on your screen
- Type vShare into the box to give your app icon a new name. Tap on Add and close Safari
- vShare app is now on your home screen
Video: Watch this to see these steps
Method 2: vShare Helper
vShare Helper is a unique tool designed to make downloading vShare onto your device much easier. It requires the use of your computer and all the information you need, including the download links and instructions at the article below :
- vShare Helper [ Full Tutorial ]
Method 3: AppVV
This method requires a jailbreak because AppVV, as well as being the name of the developer of vShare, is also the name of the repo it is stored in on Cydia. Full details on how to jailbreak and how to add AppVV repo to Cydia can be found in the linked articles below :
Make sure you download Anti Revoke when you use vShare. Anti Revoke [ext link] works in the background of your iPad or iPhone to stop your app certificates from being revoked. This means you no longer have to worry about your apps crashing regularly.
Fixing vShare Errors :
Most people will have a trouble free and smooth experience with vShare but one or two users have complained of an ssl error. The error message reads something like “cannot connect to ssl vshare.appvv.api” but this is very easy to fix so read on for details:
- Shut Safari down
- Shut any open apps on your device
- Wait for a minute or so and then try again, following the steps above.
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