Cydia Downgrade Apps Possibility Available in New Update

Cydia store is a popular unofficial store with applications and tweaks for jailbroken iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It has a lot of interesting tricks that are absent in the official Apple Store. Since all current iOS 8 versions can be untether jailbroken with TaiG iOS 8.1.3-8.4 and PP Jailbreaks a lot of users have Cydia installed on their Home screen. Cydia changes upgrade released recently add new features to this great program.

If you want to downgrade Cydia packages you should install Cydia 1.1.23 update [learn how to downgrade iOS 9 beta to iOS 8]. This wasn’t available in previous versions. Once you get this version running on your iDevice you can customize it just like any other jailbreak app because Cydia is no longer ‘root’ – it is a mobile app just like all other packages it offers. The most recent release also comes with two new big changes.

Firstly, Saurik [Cydia creator and developer] finally allowed users to downgrade packages to previous versions. This is the request a lot of users voiced. It is a great feature that is handy when you updated your jailbreak tweak and found out it had new bugs and issues that were not present in the previous version or any other version that is present in Cydia repository.

Secondly, you can now see all the packages available for the tweaks you have already installed on your iPhone or other gadget. This option doesn’t work well yet, according to numerous reports from users who are already updated to the version 1.1.23.

Still the fact that Cydia downgrade apps option is present means a lot to the fans of jailbreaking. This should make user experience better and more interesting because you can always return to the version of the package you like the most and have no issues with it.

Have you installed the update? What do you think about the new feature? Were you looking for something like this to be launched?