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Developer(s) AppValley LLC
Initial release 2019
Operating system Android, iOS
Type store
AppValley logo

AppValley is an independent mobile phone app store which allows users to download applications that are not available on Google play store or store.[1][2]


AppValley is among several services that violate enterprise developer certificates from Apple. The terms under which these are granted make clear that they are for companies who wish to distribute apps to their employees. Appvalley uses these certificates to distribute software directly to non-employees, thereby bypassing the AppStore. AppValley's conduct had implications in U.S. sanctioned markets like Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Cuba, and Venezuela, which have all been subject to commercial sanctions.[3][4] AppValley's initiative helped those countries to have access to industrial property prohibited to those sanctions. In most of those countries, AppValley served as the only source of sanctioned apps.

Among the software offered by Appvalley and other services is pirated software, like Instagram, Spotify, Pokémon Go, and others. For instance, AppValley shares an ad-free version of the music streaming app Spotify even on the free tier.[5][6][7]


The website was founded in May 2017,[8] releasing late that month with a very basic version of the app. There were less than 100 apps available for download at this time. On Jan 19, 2018, a new version dubbed AppValley 2.0 was released bringing dark mode, more categories, a search, and a much faster interface.[9] On February 14, 2019, a Chinese partner "Jason Wu" allegedly took control of the main Twitter account and domain,[10] causing the original AppValley developers to migrate to the domain and the Twitter account handle @App_Valley_vip.[11] AppValley LLC is an alternative to Apple Appstore where app developers can publish their applications.[12]


AppValley is a mobile app installer which can also support ios version that can be installed and downloaded on the mobile or the devices of the people who wish to get access to many different applications available. AppValley also helps customers to be able to use just one platform to download mobile applications. AppValley also contains apps that have been modified or tweaked for user preferences, and allows the user to by pass national restrictions on the use of apps, without having to resort to jailbreaking. As of June 2, 2020, there are over 1300 apps available for download.

External links

  • Kumar, Ankit. (January 26, 2020). AppValley apps not working & revoked, currently down for many users. Digi Statement. Retrieved March 20, 2020.
  • Hamilton, Ernest. (December 7, 2019). How to Get Tweaked Apps using AppValley on iOS. Nature World News. Retrieved March 20, 2020.
  • "Apple Suspends iOS Distribution Certificates of many Iranian app Developers". 
  • "Hackers use Apple tech to put apps on iPhones" (in en-US). 2019-02-14. 
  • "Software pirates use Apple tech to put hacked apps on iPhones" (in en). Reuters. 2019-02-14. 
  • "Software pirates hijack Apple tech and release rip-off iPhone apps" (in en). 
  • "Pirates found a way to load paid apps on iPhones for free, and Apple could be losing money" (in en). 2019-02-14. 
  • " whois". Retrieved 2 Jun 2020. 
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  • Staff Reporter (2019-12-10). "User Preference Mobile App Installer Is Now Available Here" (in en).