Download AppCake without Jailbreak for iPhone, iPad
AppCake is one of the best Installous alternative that offers paid apps at free of cost. Install AppCake+ from official repo source and start exploring all those free apps.
It is also known as alternative iPAStore repo now available for iOS 9.3, iOS 10.2, iOS 10. Download Now. It looks like you have jailbroken your iOS and now looking for paid applications at free of charge in.
Congratulations! You are on the right way to get all those paid apps. There are couple of Repos that offer paid tweaks at no charge such as Installous, AppCake, iFunBox and many more.
All these sources available on, but a few of them are very popular. Many jailbroken iPhone, iPad owner actually jailbreak their iOS to get free apps and tweaks using these sources.
Installous was the best repo to find large number of paid and free tweaks for latest iOS. However, Installous has been shut down due to hosting issues. Fortunately, there are a few more alternativethat offer same stuff. AppCake is the first and the best repo that offers all Installous apps at free of cost. It is also known as best Installous alternative.
What is AppCake+?
First of all, you should know that what is AppCake? Its also known as iPAStore. iPAStore is restart with this name. AppCake+ is the latest version in it’s series. It is developed byfor jailbroken Cydia enabled iOS device. It offers many paid tweaks and apps. It requires jailbroken iOS with Cydia. To install it, you need the correct repo.
- So, first of all you need to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch in order to get AppCake repo.
- If you already jailbroken your iOS then make sure that you have in your iDevice.
- To check it, open search app in your iPhone and type Cydia and search for it. If you find this app installed in your iOS then you can install AppCake+ too.
Now you know the requirement for AppCake installation. Now we will proceed topart.
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How to Install AppCake
You are just a few step away installing AppCake in your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. I have tested all these steps in my iPhone 4, iPad 4 on iOS 10.2 jailbroken using Evasi0n. They never give me single error while updating or installing this repo.
1 Add Repo: In this step, you need to add iPhoneCake repo, AppCake is categorized in it’s section. So, Tap on “Manage”, then “Sources”, then “Edit”, and Finally “Add”. Enter
2 Search AppCake: Since you have successfully added developer’s directory source, now it’s time to install AppCake in Cydia app store. Now tap to sources and then hit http://cydia.iphonecake.com which we have added just before few moments. A long lasting list of tweaks and apps will be appear, look for AppCake or AppCake+.
3 Install: There are two versions available for iOS. One of them is for HD devices and another is for all other iOS. In quickie way, if you have iPod Touch or iPhone, then install AppCake or AppCake+ and if you have iPad then you can download AppCake HD. So, check out your iDevice and download compatible version and install it.
Tip: After installing AppCake, reboot your iDevice to take it effect. After rebooting above procedure will end up and you will be able to use AppCake+ without an issue.
Note: AppCake works on iOS 10.2 and very soon the developers will release newer version offor iOS 10 too. Stay with us to get updates for iOS 10 with the latest version.
From Editor’s Desk
If you were using iPAStore, then this is the same stuff for you just name has been changed from iPAStore to AppCake. I have tried many paid apps at free of cost using Installous and AppCake, but I have purchased a lot more after trying them. We should respect the hard work of the developers who have invest great time in developing those paid apps in Apple app store.
We have published this article to help you trying those apps before purchasing. If you like those apps, purchase them. We are not affiliated with any of the website or developer. If you have any issue or query, just make a comment or contact us with the title of AppCake.