Appandora gives you a quick way to download rogue iOS apps without jailbreaking your device. It's a little boring to look at and requires iTunes to work, but it gets the job done. If you've got your eye on an app that isn't available from the iTunes store, this download will help you get it on all of your iOS devices.
Though Appandora does let you download apps right to your iOS gadgets, you'll still need a version of iTunes to make it work. Once you have both programs, the app automatically reads any connected gadgets and recognizes them in a matter of seconds. The program doubles as an app market with hundreds of games, though some of them are already available to you in the iTunes store. Downloading and installing a game works just like it would with a desktop program: you choose the game and download it, and it installs all by itself. The program doesn't take long to download most games and will use the full speed of your computer's Wi-Fi connection. Appandora includes an easy-to-understand tutorial that tells rookies exactly what they need to do to get their app of choice downloaded onto their phone or tablet. In addition, it works as a device manager so you can easily sync media files between your iOS device and PC.
There's not much to this application once you get past its app market, but that's more than enough to merit the download. Appandora is loaded with fun games and gets them on your device without any hiccups. If you want a new way to get games that doesn't involve Apple's own store, check out this neat download.
Appandora is an easy-to-use yet powerful iOS & Android device manager, which is well-designed for users who want to manage media contents between iOS/Android devices and PC. As an all-in-one iOS & Android manager, Appandora supports accessing any iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, Android to export apps, photos, music, ringtone, videos, and eBooks to your PC for backup. Transfer files from your PC to iOS or Android devices will be also available.
With Appandora, you can freely install, uninstall or backup iPad/iPhone/iPod/Android applications (*.IPA) between PC and iPod/iPhone/iPad/Android. You can also transfer audio files including music (.*MP3, .*M4A), ringtone (.*M4R), audiobook (.*M4B) between iPod/iPhone/iPad/Android and PC. Add audio files from your computer to iOS/Android devices, back up iOS, Android devices contents to PC, delete unwanted audio files and move audio files to suitable playlist will not be a hard task again.
Appandora supports various image formats, including JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIF, TIFF. You can create a new album, transfer images from computer to iOS, Android devices, delete unwanted image files.
Appandora can also transfer all popular video formats (MOV, M4V, MP4) directly, so you can freely manage movies, TV shows, music videos between iOS, Android devices and PC, add local video files to your devices or delete video files. Backup video files from iPod, iPhone, iPad, Android to your PC is also available.
With Appandora Software, you can download unlimited wallpapers, ringtones, youtube videos freely and play music directly from your iPod, iPhone, iPad, Android. Even create and edit playlists for your iPod/iPhone/iPad, transfer or delete files between your devices and PC. Appandora is also a perfect assistant for you to add, delete or backup your local eBooks ((Epub/PDF) seamlessly between your computer and iPod/iPhone/iPad.
"Created & installed a ringtone in an instant. OMG."
"Created & installed a ringtone in an instant. OMG."
November 15, 2015
Version: Appandora 2.1.6
I only used it for that one thing, but gee whiz, it solved something I'd spent WEEKS trying to figure out - how to get around Apple's flippin' "Walled garden" called iTunes. I'm glad iTunes makes so many people happy, but it's a ridiculously complicated way to put a stupid ringtone in a phone.
My only complaint is that the Ringtone Maker didn't say it was going to create AND install it. I kept looking for a separate "send to phone" button. I gave up and went back to the phone and there it was, already installed.
Because it certainly appears that way when you read them and consider the use of language, rhythm and writing style and use of punctuation. There are even two reviews by the same user name. And if you look at the very few differences in style (such as the variances in the way MS Windows versions are referred to), you can't help but also notice how many similarities there are and how little has been done by the apparently same writer to make the fairly uniform reviews appear to be nonuniform.
Give me a break. It makes me very suspicious when the person or company that develops software uses unethical or fraudulent means to attempt to promote the application. What's up with that? How else have they been unethical? Will I get browser hijacks, more (or different) advertisements or even worse - some sort of spyware, virus, a backdoor or another kind of malware? Possibly a downloader that later on brings its malware or spyware friends without notification? Hmmm. I am going to be scared of this one.
What is known about the individuals behind this software? Is it made by elements of the Chinese military, which has proved so adept at using ostensibly free commercial-type software to spread spyware across the globe so that they can hoover up logins, passwords and other information for defense use and to be passed along to businesses to help them defeat other nations' companies. Or maybe the French, Iranians or another nation that believes this sort of industrial espionage and economic warfare is legitimate (it is not.) Or what is if it is just carrying a yet to be activated application that governments from Europe to repressive regimes across the world use to track dissidents, demonstrators and even to bust up unions and supposedly protected speech? Or just by local or national law enforcement to track everything you do with your phone, everywhere you go, what you purchase, what you like, etc? You know, the camera and microphone can be easily activated to eavesdrop on you by such software or the phone can be deactivated, depriving you of its use when you need it. False text messages, emails and calls also can be originated from your number, if all that is not bad enough. Protect yourself, your privacy, your nation's economic security and your livelihood by being very, very careful and suspicious of anyone giving you free software -- or even paid for commercial software -- particularly when it looks like they are using unethical means to promote it ...
Do not let the bad guys win; they already control too much of the earth and subjugate too many of the world's people.
I tried this free application to help me download desired apps. It got to be amazing as i could choose to download and install jailbreak or free apps directly to my new iPad Air instead of using App store. I even found that it provides nearly thousands of apps in nearly all kinds of category such as game, entertainment,or just plain fun. Very useful for me.
The program is compatible with my iPad 4 and new iPhone 5S. Free to download and the interface is very simple to handle. I have tried to transfer hundreds of photos and 20 songs from my iPod to iTunes in less than 20 minutes by using it. Worked like a magic!!
No cons until the moment.
Very Powerful, except transferring photos, music and videos, it even includes a feature that allows to move your contacts and messages over. I'm pleased with the software and would definitely use it in future.