Download vShare Pro iPhone without jailbreak your iOS 13.5, but now, it’s not completely possible.
Apple has crack down on vShare pirate app market who was using Apple’s Enterprise Certificate to offer top sale paid apps for free for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch without jailbreak.
The report has came yesterday and since then vShare not working without jailbreak. The users, who were installing vShare Pro Android, are confused what to do and what’s happening.
Shanghai based vShare company has developed various applications for Android, iPhone and other platform. They offer paid apps for free using Apple Enterprise Certificate. However, now it won’t be so easy to use those certificate because Apple has revoked them.
vShare iOS 13.5 iPhone app was the iPhone downloader which was able to download and install top paid apps from Apple app store on the iOS device whether it’s iPad Mini, iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPhone, iPod Touch or Android device such as Samsung Galaxy series. Users were downloading vShare Pro and start downloading without jailbreak or no root.
Apple has policy to issue Corporate Enterprise Certificate so that they can develop their company apps and allowed to share their users to download those apps and install on iPhone directly from their website without jailbreak. vShare Pro developers have purchased four Apple Enterprise Certificate and use them to distribute top iPhone paid apps for free.
Proofpoint, Cyber security firm has first discover that vShare is using more than four Enterprise Certificate to sign their iPhone app and acting like Pirate App Store. vShare was offering most of the best apps which were paid to iPhone and iPad.
Proofpoint has also called Apple and informed about vShare with all their findings. It may be possible that they’ve reported Apple that vShare is offering Minecraft and other top paid apps such as Geometry Dash and Clash of Clan with Free In App Purchase to iPad and iPhone users.
vShare without jailbreak offers installation of these paid apps which are very costing and were earning a lot of money from revenue. It’s possible to loss large part of revenue loss to the legitimate app developers. But, it seems like Apple would fix all these issues shortly.