AltServer Sideloading Utility Updated With iOS 15.1 And macOS Monterey Support

Popular iOS apps sideloading application AltServer has been updated on macOS and Windows. The new update that is available right now brings important fixes and support for newer versions of operating systems.

With AltServer version 1.4.7’s release the application now supports macOS Monterey. The update includes fixing the Mail Plug-in that is required for sideloading of applications.

In addition to adding support for macOS Monterey this release also fixes the sideloading apps on iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1. This means now users will be able to sideload apps to iPhone or iPad running iOS 15.1 without facing any problems.

With this update iPhone and iPad users can start using AltServer to sideload their favorite applications that are not available on the App Store to their devices. Users are required to have the app’s .IPA file in order to sideload it to their iOS device.

Those running older versions of iOS will also be able to use AltServer on macOS Monterey to jailbreak their iOS devices with tools like unc0ver, Taurine and Odyssey.

If you’re already running AltServer, then launch the app and click on its icon from the menu bar. From the drop down menu check for updates and install. Currently the updated version is available over-the-air only as the website still lists version 1.4.6 for download.

After updating AltServer to the latest version users will be asked to update Mail Plug-In. Simply click on the Update Plug-in button to initiate the update.

You can download AltServer from the website, where it is available for free for both Mac and Windows.

Also read: How To Install AltStore And Play Your Favorite Classic Games On iOS

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