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Topic # 151192 17-Aug-2014 09:26
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So I've made my own app, is there a way of getting it on my phone without putting it on the App Store?

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  Reply # 1109804 17-Aug-2014 09:46
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Don't know much about iOS, but isn't that what jailbreaking is all about?




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  Reply # 1109812 17-Aug-2014 10:11
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You can put your own app on your own phone by joining the developer programme for US$100. Alternatively you can jailbreak for free but things are a bit trickier there (and I haven't done it since iOS 3.1).

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  Reply # 1109820 17-Aug-2014 10:29
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Behodar: You can put your own app on your own phone by joining the developer programme for US$100. Alternatively you can jailbreak for free but things are a bit trickier there (and I haven't done it since iOS 3.1).


The $US100 is per year isn't it?




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  Reply # 1109821 17-Aug-2014 10:31
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Yeah, I think you're right, although I don't know what happens when the year expires.

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  Reply # 1109851 17-Aug-2014 11:19
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Behodar: Yeah, I think you're right, although I don't know what happens when the year expires.


Apple pop round and take your first born :-)




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  Reply # 1118324 30-Aug-2014 04:31
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kiwis: So I've made my own app, is there a way of getting it on my phone without putting it on the App Store?

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