The RipDev team has released a new version of InstallerApp. InstallerApp is a native Mac OS X application that will soon be available for Windows users that allows you to easily download applications for your iPhone from Installer and Cydia directly to your computer.
The new changes listed in the update includes:
Unfortunately, InstallerApp is a commercial software so you have to pay US $7 for One license for up to 3 devices. Without a license, InstallerApp is a fully functional application, including ability to perform Push procedure and put Installer.app on iPhone, only package installation onto the iPhone is not available.
- Added iPod touch 1G support (iPod touch 2G is not supported at the moment)
- Added More Information panel to view additional information about packages
- Improved processing of packages with dependencies
- Upgraded device integration module and iPhone support
- Improved interaction with iTunes
- Enhanced support for numerous packages
- Added YouTube support for unlocked iPhones
- Added tooltips for package status icons
- Added notification for packages with unknown sources
- Added new command-line utilities for packages that might require them
- Added ability to Force Delete packages that have dependencies (including circular dependencies)
- Improved package synchronization process
- Fixed Recent packagesissue where recent packages would not show
- Fixed application crash after unexpected device disconnect
- Fixed error with package refresh after adding or removing sources
- Fixed issue of recognizing package status after synchronization
- Number of other minor fixes
For more info about InstallerApp, just hit the source link of the article.