Zeusmos is an application available for quite a long time on Cydia. Originally developed exclusively for the purpose of replacing  Installous , this Cydia allows you to download and install the most paid applications (in. Ipa ) from the App Store for free .

This is a great alternative to AppCake or vShare , and good news is that Zeusmos is compatible with any iPhone , iPad or iPod Touch jailbroken running iOS 6 or iOS 7 . Follow the tutorial below to install the application on your device and enjoy the free App Store.

Zeusmos Tutorial : Free App Store

Step 1: Launch Cydia and add the source : http://repo.hackyouriphone.org.  

Step 2: Once the refresh is complete, download AppSync for iOS 7.0 + , do a respring then download and install Zeusmos (both from the same source).

Step 3:  Exit Cydia and then open the Zeusmos application that is normally found on your springboard. It consists of six tabs:

  • Home : allows you to navigate through applications Top Rated Apps ( applications Top rated ) or Categories
  • Search: if you know the name of the application you want to download, it is here (search) .
  • Downloads: displays your downloads and also those completed and ready to be installed
  • Updates : Displays the available updates for your applications ( does not seem to be fully functional iOS 7)
  • Settings: go to application settings and select your preferences ( deleting . ipa after installation, number of results to display …)

Step 4:  Choose an application, then press download the provider you want ( Turbobit , filepup …) and follow the instructions to start the download Note that the game pressing sAVE, you can save an application to download later.

Step 5: Once the download is complete , you just need to install it! For those who wish to install their applications in SSH, just follow this tutorial and then place your files in the. Ipa in the mobile / Documents / Zeusmos / Apps private / folder / var / .

Install them and voila

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