iPhone OpenAppMkt: A New Open iPhone App Store Which Doesn’t Require Jailbreak


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Apr 5, 2006
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While there are many third-party iPhone App Stores like Cydia around, the problem with them is that they all require jailbreaking of iPhone, which even though has gone 100 percent legal isn’t something which every iPhone user will do. Comes in OpenAppMkt, a new web-based third-party app store for all iOS based devices which consists of apps, completely written in HTML format. OpenAppMkt runs in browser and installation of apps simply require a simple tap on: "add to home" button

Simply head over to OpenAppMkt to try it out, and then let us know what you think about it in the comments section below.
Gave this a quick go and amazed how easy it was to use. Isn't many apps on it abt 20 in total. But this could become huge if developers moved to the HTML side. There is no apple apps on it, so people will still try jailbreaking so they can have the fancy apple apps. But it's an interesting side step so will be interesting to see what happens with it.
yeah i was on it early on and noticed theres only a few but would do people who cant jailbreak cause surely more apps with start to follow on there soon. i tired to install the pacman but didnt have a signal so ill try again later.