Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Apps Now Open

Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Apps Now Open

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The Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Applications is now open with its very first package for sale.

The Cydia Store currently supports Facebook and Google as login accounts. You can take a look at some screenshots below and we will be posting a tutorial soon.

The very first package for sale is Cyntact an app that shows profile pics in your contact list. The app costs 1.00 dollar to purchase.

Update*: You can see the whole purchase process in this tutorial...


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Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Apps Now Open Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Apps Now Open Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Apps Now Open

Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Apps Now Open Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Apps Now Open Cydia Store for Jailbroken iPhone Apps Now Open
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Kyle Flanagan
Kyle Flanagan - March 8, 2009 at 11:47pm
Go Jay Go! Well done! Put up some cool apps and you can count on my support.
jeff
jeff - March 8, 2009 at 1:11pm
hmmmmmmmmm i dnt see any pic after i buy that frm cydia store... half of number in iphone got all facebook but i dnt see any ic on it!! :-( what is this joke !!!
rick
rick - March 7, 2009 at 8:44pm
whats the reason to have a jailbroken iphone now if they are going to start charging also? now they are forcing into buying tweaks and stuff from cydia that most people just downloaded to see how it worked. some tweaks are not that good or have bugs . this its really idiotic lol another app store in the making.
Sean
Sean - March 8, 2009 at 7:34am
It's for the thousand of cool paid apps (which imo deserve a price tag) which have been rejected by apple. The whole point of this project is to give them a place to host there apps and make some money.
Leandro
Leandro - March 8, 2009 at 10:54am
I agree with Sean. A lot of developers creates great apps that are rejected from the App Store, and pay them for useful things is a good choice. Now I hope see more and more creations on Cydia!
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