InstallerApp 1.0 (installls apps on ipod / iphone without wifi)

Proudly presenting the very first version of InstallerApp for Mac OS X. After quite some time in development, InstallerApp is now ready for your consumption.

InstallerApp is a Mac OS X tool that basically acts as a desktop client for Installer and Cydia repositories you use daily on your iPhone. It will refresh the sources, track package updates, and install packages to your iPhone over an USB cable -- so you don't even need Wi-Fi. InstallerApp will also install everything you need on the phone -- do jailbroken iPhone is no longer a requirement -- it will use the Pusher technology to install required software to your device.

InstallerApp can install software in two flavors -- when you initially connect an iPhone, it will ask you to install some required components (that is mostly the Installer itself and its daemon, an application that will respond to InstallerApp requests on the USB). This can be installed on any iPhone, and if it was not jailbroken before, then it will not even open the system disk for writing -- this to guarantee the security and integrity of your system.

Yes, once DPKG support is installed, InstallerApp can install Cydia packages -- moreover, if you install something in Cydia on the iPhone (or Installer, of course), InstallerApp will know about it, and vice versa -- so you can use the packager you feel more convienient at the particular time. Nifty, huh?

For the ones who already have jailbroken phones, you can install a packaged named InstallerApp Support from Installer's System category. It will essentially put both InstallerApp daemon and the DPKG utilities right onto your phone, so you don't have to Push twice.

Grab it, try it, buy it if you like and let us know what you think.

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