Sideloading is the term used to describe the process of installing applications directly onto an iPhone, instead of using the App Store. It's not a common practice, but it is possible. For most people, this is not an option. The vast majority of iPhone apps can only be installed through the App Store, and Apple does not provide an official way to install software outside of the App Store using a downloaded installation file from the internet, a process known as remote download. If you are unable to update apps and you see a message that says “your account is disabled in the App Store”, there may be an issue with your payment method.
If you are still unable to download or update apps on your iPhone or iPad, contact Apple Support. You can re-download apps from the App Store. On your Mac, open the Finder and locate the application you want to open. Most applications are located in the Applications folder. If demand for Epic prevails and Apple is forced to support alternative app stores on the iPhone, these existing methods could offer a glimpse into what the future of the iPhone app market may look like.
Cydia is packed with free and paid apps that aren't available in the Apple App Store and allow you to do all kinds of interesting things. Occasionally, an app that shouldn't be allowed in the App Store slips through and is available for a few hours or days before it is removed. Like Tutu Helper, you don't need to jailbreak your device to download apps that aren't compatible with Apple. While Apple has been criticized in the past for how it enforces these guidelines, they generally make apps available on the App Store better. Apple allows developers to load applications onto their iPhone from Xcode, a software for creating applications for iPhone, so they can test current applications or show their creations to friends and family.
I interpret this to mean that you want to load applications as you used to before the disappearance of the App Store and without entering your Apple ID. The most popular way to run software programs such as games on an iPhone without downloading them from the App Store are applets. The App Store offers more than two million amazing apps, but not all of the apps that can run on an iPhone or iPad are available there. To install an application that is missing from the App Store but was once a legitimate iOS application, you may be able to access it. In legal filings, Epic stated that Apple controls the only way to install applications on an iPhone, giving it an anti-competitive advantage in the app market. Installing apps that are missing from the App Store has become much more difficult in recent years and for most people it is now very difficult.
But it's still small compared to the App Store, and the limit of 10,000 users per TestFlight app ensures that it will stay that way. Some people remove these restrictions by jailbreaking their phones, allowing them to install applications that aren't available on the App Store, among other things. Perhaps one of the easiest ways to add applications to your iPhone without using the App Store is through a technique called sideloading. This involves downloading an installation file from a website or other source and then manually installing it onto your device.