Cydia Store Enabled For iOS 9.3.3, Adds One Day Refund Service
The Pangu team jailbreaked iOS 9.3.3 not so long ago. Now, as it seems, Jay Freeman ‘Saurik’ has updated Cydia Store to work on iOS 9.3.3. As great as it sounds, wait till you get a whiff of what else he has added in the update. Foremost, the updated Cydia platform has enabled immediate support for users who purchase jailbreak tweaks and extensions. Cydia now allows self service refunds which can be achieved within a given time span. Let’s dive in to see some more details on the subject.
Cydia Store Now Up For iOS 9.3.3 With Self Service Refund Option
iOS users who have jailbroken their device through iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 can now take advantage of the self service refunds offered through Cydia. This means that you can get a refund of the tweak or extension that you purchased through Cydia within 24 hours. To make a refund, users must uninstall the jailbreak tweak or extension within a day. Once the time period ends, the refund operation will be inactive.
“Cydia now allows self-service refunds within one day of purchase if the package has been uninstalled; also: the Store is now up for 9.2/9.3.
Cydia Store being enabled for iOS 9.3.3 means that jailbreak tweak developers should now mark their packages as compatible with iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3. This is a nice precautionary measure added for users who purchase tweaks for their jailbroken firmware which is not compatible on the first place.
When it comes to jailbreak, a frenzy of unity begins among the jailbreak community for a common goal. This allows for a more aligned jailbreak experience. Now that Cydia has added support for self service refunds, something that jailbreakers have always wanted, customers will be able to make wise purchases and not get ripped off easily.
So if you want to try a new tweak, simply purchase it through Cydia and if you’re not sure about whether it’s applicable to your needs, you can uninstall it within the next 24 hours after installing it. The service is best for those who want trials of apps without being charged extra bucks and sticking with what they get. We have said it before and we’ll say it again, uninstall the tweak before the day ends.
This is it for now, folks. What do you think about the iOS 9.3.3 support for Cydia Store? Do you think adding a self service refund is a plausible move by Suarik? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.