Here’s how you can get vShare iOS 11 download for IPA files and tweaks on your iPhone. No jailbreak is required for this to work.
Like many other third-party app installers, vShare gives users access to an array of tweaks and hacked ++ apps with a single-tap installation process.
The installation of vShare is slightly different to that of AppValley or TuTuApp Helper but the underlying experience once you get past the installation point is largely the same. Let’s not waste any additional time and dive right in to see exactly what’s needed to get vShare onto that non-jailbroken iOS 11-powered device of yours.
Step 1: First of all, you need to actually have the vShare Helper software downloaded to the PC. Be aware, that this download is a Windows executable (.exe) file, and is therefore only available for Windows-based PCs. Head on over to the vShare website at vshare.com and select the yellow Download button under the PC Client header.
Step 2: Once downloaded, run and install the vShare Helper software. Connect your device to the PC using the supplied charge and sync cable, and then select the Install vShare button in the vShare Helper software. This is located towards the bottom of the interface below the connected device information.
Step 3: You will get a new popup which tells you that the software is downloading on the connected device and that you should keep the device connected to the computer. Ultimately, this will give you a new icon on your iOS device called vShare SE. You can tap on this once installed to load it up like you would with any app.
If you load up vShare, and notice that some of the apps in the list have an “App Store” icon or button next to them, then your device actually needs to be reauthorized properly. Close the app and kill it from multitasking, head back to the vShare Helper software on the PC with the device still connected, and click on the Reauthorization button which is to the left of the Install vShare button.
Once that completes, you can use the app as intended to install apps on your iPhone or iPad.
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