Cydia has always been a popular choice for those who want to make more of their iOS device. Offering thousands of ways to customize the iOS device, to add extra features and functionality, and generally make the device more fun, Cydia iOS 7 can only be used by installing a jailbreak first. Supports iOS devices running iOS 7 firmware including iPhone 4 and above.
iOS 7 offered quite a few new features in addition to what previous firmware versions brought us and, using our tutorial below and the links we provide, you can still easily install Cydia on iOS 7.
Supported iOS 7 Versions :
The following iOS 7 versions support the download of Cydia :
- iOS 7
- iOS 7.0.4
- iOS 7.1
- iOS 7.1.1
- iOS 7.1.2
Pangu is a well-known name in jailbreak circles, mostly because the jailbreak utilities they provide are reliable and safe to use. For iOS 7 users, Pangu is the best way to get Cydia easily onto your device so visit our Download Pangu page for more details and a full tutorial.
Cydia may be the best source of modifications and tweaks, but there are plenty of Cydia alternatives for those who don’t want to jailbreak. Have a peek at our list of top iOS installers where you can download thousands of apps and games for free. Choose from top picks such as Snapchat++, Instagram++, Spotify++, Facebook++, YouTube++, MovieBox, Pokémon Go hack and many more.
How to Delete Cydia:
If you can’t get on with Cydia or you need to delete it for any reason, you need to use Cydia Eraser. This is a smart tool that will remove Cydia from your iOS device without restoring it to a new iOS version. This leaves you free to reinstall the jailbreak at any time you choose. Check out our Cydia Eraser tutorial at the link.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Millions of people already know precisely what Cydia can do for them but if you are new to jailbreaking and have questions you need answers to, read our Cydia FAQ page linked below:
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