Ripdev presents the very first version of InstallerApp for Mac OS X. It has spent quite some time in the smithy, but now it's forged, ready for use, and we can expect many more versions to come. InstallerApp is basically a Mac OS X tool that acts as a desktop client for Cydia and Installer repositories on your iPhone. Useful? You bet.
It refreshes sources, tracks package updates, and installs package into your iPhone via USB cable. InstallerApp can also install everything you will ever need for your iPhone, and jailbreaking isn't a requirement, using the Pusher technology to install required software to your iPhone.
For the jailbroken iPhone, you may install InstallerApp Support from the System category. This will put both InstallerApp Daemon and the DPKG utilities right into your iPhone so you don't need to Push twice.
For more info on this big release, you can check it out on Ripdev through the source link.
Other goodies hitting the iPhone:
- GDC 09: Electronic Arts bombarding iPhone with heavy-hitting titles
- Wolfenstein 3D now available for iPhone, open-source and free