A couple of days back, we let you know that MovieBox could possibly be accessed on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS 8.2, and no much longer needed a jailbreak in order to obtain working. Now, the stock-ready edition has been updated to version 3.3 adding a slew of features, and while MovieBox v3.3 has actually been knocking around for a while now, it’s the initial time that non-jailbreakers have actually been able to get in on the act. Complete details can be seen after the break.
MovieBox 3.1 for jailbreak-less devices was specified earlier on this week, yet version 3.2 and 3.3 – – both of which have existed in Cydia for a while – – could now be accessed by those that haven’t exploited their device using the similarity TaiG, Pangu or PP.
Version 3.1 to version 3.3 is fairly a significant surge, as you could envision. Making the jump, you’ll be able to reap the advantages of the many MovieBox 3.2.x releases that brought iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus optimizations along with a variety of insect solutions and general performance tweaks, and as you could see, MovieBox 3.3 deals quite a charitable glob of goodness too.
For instance, v3.3 lets users identify the playback web server, which ought to put paid to any hanging around AirPlay concerns you might come across, while a pest causing missing out on pictures from downloaded and install films appears to have actually been cared for too.
It’s not all plain sailing right now, though. As the launch notes likewise identify, there’s an issue with one of the web servers currently in time, and up until it is resolved, you might have issues with some movies. Job is clearly being done to guarantee that a solution is honest, and so if you are running version 3.1 on your non-jailbroken device, now has to do with the time to upgrade.
Oh, and if you are really feeling to jailbreak and install the conventional way, you can take that route as long as you’re running either pre-iOS 8.1.3, or iOS 8.2 betas 1 or 2.
You can grab the most current MovieBox update for non-jailbroken devices from vshare.