Anti Revoke Apps

Does it irritate you that you cant use third-party apps without them crashing? This is down to Apple, not the app developers; the revoke certificates for unofficial apps, leaving you having to reinstall everything every few days. 

anti revoke apps

We’ve found a solution to this; well, three solutions, all neither needing you to jailbreak either.

What’s the answer?

Best AntiRevoke Apps:

The answer lies in anti-revoke-type apps and services. Without further ado, let’s dig deeper

  • Nothx App

nothx anti revoke app

Nothx is very simple; it provides a dummy VPN that will hide where you download your custom content from; this stops Apple detecting them and, in turn, they cannot revoke the app certificate. It’s completely free to use, takes just seconds to install and provides you with complete protection.

Download NoThx

  • LazarusJailed App


This is quite advanced in the way it works. Using a combination of anti-revoke and voucher_swap exploit, it will clear your third-party app cache every time you close the app. This stops data being sent on to the Apple servers; if there is no data, Apple can’t revoke the app, it’s as simple as that.

Download Lazarus

So how do we get these marvelous apps? The answer is very simple, download TweakBox app.

TweakBox app is an unofficial installer, home to thousands of apps, tweaks, and games. You can download both LazarusJailed, and Nothx from TweakBox so click the link above to get all the details on how to do it.

  • Using a VPN App


The 3rd-option to protect your device from revokes is to hide your personal data like device-id, downloaded unofficial apps and games from getting passed on to Apple and app developers. A VPN is a private network that protects your device from getting identified in the network. This, in return, prevents your device certificated from getting revoked. We have listed some of the compatible VPN providers for you in the link below.

Recommended VPN’s


Either one of these apps will do the job, so make your choice and download it. All of these give you back full-control over where you download your apps and games from. And all of them allow you to enjoy your downloads in peace, no certificate revocations, no having to reinstall your apps.

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14 thoughts on “Anti Revoke Apps”

  1. I downloaded the lazarusjailed app on my iPad and I pressed the block revoke button and it didn’t say reprising it just went off. It didn’t work..

    • Sorry about the issue. There is a global revoke issue going on right now. Things will be back to normal in a day or two. You can use a VPN to avoid the revokes in future.

      Thanks .

  2. Same here – but isn’t lazarus jailed only for older versions? I don’t really know because I’ve heard of this problem too.

  3. I pressed block revokes because I wanted to play minecraft😭😭😭I’m sorry that I’m crying it’s really hard like I had to delet it 10 times and I was trying to make a map but apple want our life’s hell so it revoked us!!!!!! I might switch to aindroid soon

  4. I pressed the button Thousands of times and it still wouldn’t work!!!! Sorry I’m yelling I’m just so mad at apple right now now I lost my Minecraft progress aka cave game progress

  5. I paid for a VPN (AdGuard Pro) that acts as an anti-revoke. I found a list online of all the sites you need to blacklist to stop Apple from revoking apps. And it worked…

    …for about a month. All my apps have been revoked. This worldwide revoking issue that was mentioned in a comment could happen anytime so I guess there’s no point in trying as even with everything in place, apps still get revoked.

  6. Can someone please tell me if there is an actual way to stop revokes? Nothx wont even download and the lazar one doesnt do anything so i have no idea if its working. I dont mind paying for one of those lifetime antirevoke things I just want assurance it will work. Id be grateful if someone could guide me to one, free or paid, that actually works for ios ipad air 2. Thankyou.

    • hi, yes it is possible to prevent revokes of your apps using VPN’s that are supported by these app store’s. The idea is to avoid Apple and app developers detecting that you are using a modified software outside their control/restriction. A VPN stops your personal information and device information from being passed on to Apple and the developers, which then stop abrupt revokes of your apps.

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