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It took much longer than we have anticipated, but the Microsoft Windows version of InstallerApp is finally out. It works on anything from XP to Seven, and requires an installed iTunes. Otherwise, give it a go. License purchased ties to the devices, not the app itself, so it doesn’t matter which platform you use - the activation codes will work regardless.
We're glad to announce the immediate availability of InstallerApp 1.0.2. We have worked hard to work out most of the minor kinks that have prevented us from doing a major feature update work — so enjoy this version and we'll be focusing on new features for the next update.
- Added iPod touch 1G support (iPod touch 2G is not supported at the moment)
- Added More Information panel to view additional information about packages
- Improved processing of packages with dependencies
- Upgraded device integration module and iPhone support
- Improved interaction with iTunes
- Enhanced support for numerous packages
- Added YouTube support for “unlocked” iPhones
- Added tooltips for package status icons
- Added notification for packages with unknown sources
- Added new command-line utilities for packages that might require them
- Added ability to “Force Delete” packages that have dependencies (including “circular” dependencies)
- Improved package synchronization process
- Fixed “Recent packages” issue where recent packages would not show
- Fixed application crash after unexpected device disconnect
- Fixed error with package refresh after adding or removing sources
- Fixed issue of recognizing package status after synchronization
- Number of other minor fixes
We wanted to reveal something we've been working on for a while - a software for the desktop computers that will install third-party packages on your iPhone.
Practically it is a desktop variant of our own Installer.app. It will allow you to view and install packages that are present in various Installer and Cydia repositories by downloading them to your computer and then synchronizing via the USB cable with your iPhone.
With InstallerApp you will be able to install many of the available third-party software packages, both requiring the system partition to be writable, and the ones that do not. Yes, there are less packages that don't require writable system partition, but it does keeps your iPhone more secure.
Once installed on the iPhone, the package will be stored on your computer's hard drive and InstallerApp will (just like iTunes) notify you of updates. You will also be able to quickly reinstall the packages you have after the restore, without having to select each of them individually.
We got plenty of plans on enhancing this solution - for starters lets mention that in the future you will be able to get trial versions of the installable commercial software... and much more.
InstallerApp is in beta testing now and we anticipate the 1.0 release soon. We'll keep you posted on the progress.