Itunes Installer Free Download For Windows 7 32 Bit

Sideloadly is a Windows based Cydia impactor alternative that allows you to install IPA for your iPhone or iPad. Later, Sideloadly for macOS is released via v0.17.2.

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After clicking download, you will see a lot of choices. Scroll down and choose between windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe if you are running a 64-bit OS or windows6.1-KB976932-X86.exe for a 32-bit OS. Software License: FreeWare. Languages: English (en) Publisher Software: Apple Inc. Gadgets: Desktop PC, Ultrabook, Laptop. Operating System: Windows XP Professional Edition / Home Edition / 64-bit Edition / Zver / PC Edition / Starter Edition / Service Pack 1 / SP2 / SP3 (32/64 bit), x86. ITunes new full version 2021.

Please visit the following pages if you wish to find online alternatives to install Jailbreak and 3rd party jailbreak apps.

Zylon iOS 14.5 / iOS 14.5.1 Jailbreak app installer

Sideload IPAs with Sideloadly

Follow the given below step guide to sideload IPA’s using Sideloadly.

Step guide (Windows / Mac)

Itunes Installer Free Download For Windows 7 32 Bit

Step 01 – Download Sideloadly from above button according to your computer OS. Then open it.

Step 02 – You should have downloaded the IPA which you want to install on your PC. Connect the device with PC. Drag the downloaded IPA file into Sideloadly tool.

Step 03 – Provide Apple ID and the Password.

Step 04 – Then verified it using Apple ID verification code.

Step 05 – Waiting until completing the process of installing IPA.

Step 06 – Go to settings > Profiles and devices management > trust the developer.

Step 07 – Now you have completed the IPA sideloading. Then open the install jailbreak app from your device and complete the jailbreak process.

Note – Sideloadly v0.17.3 fixed issues with unc0ver Jailbreak. Also, you can sideload the latest Taurine Jailbreak IPA with sideloadly.

Compatible iOS versions

iOS 14.7 (beta), iOS 14.6, iOS 14.5.1, iOS 14.5, iOS 14.4.2, iOS 14.4.1, iOS 14.4, iOS 14.3, iOS 14.2, iOS 14.1, iOS 14.0.1, iOS 14, iOS 13.7, iOS 13.6.1, iOS 13.6, iOS 13.5.1, iOS 13.5, iOS 13.4.1, iOS 13.4, iOS 13.3.1, iOS 13.3, iOS 13.2.3, iOS 13.2.2, iOS 13.2, iOS 13.1.3, iOS 13.1.2, iOS 13.1.1, iOS 13 including all iOS versions from iOS 8.

Sideloadly Features

  • Apps can be sideloaded with a free or Paid Apple developer account.
  • Easy sideloading with drag and drop support.
  • It is possible to change the app name on your Homescreen.
  • It is an available jailbreak only installation option.
  • It is supported with Windows operating systems.
  • It is possible to troubleshoot easier with installation logs.
  • URL Scheme to easily download and sideload an IPA directly from the web.
  • Light/Dark Version for macOS.
Why should Sideloadly as a Cydia Impactor alternative?

As we know, the Cydia Impactor tool is not working properly. It needs a paid Apple developer account to run it. But Sideloadly works with both Paid & free developer accounts. Also, it has released few Cydia impactor alternatives. But almost all Cydia Impactor alternatives are working on macOS only. That’s why Sideloadly is the best Cydia impactor alternative because it works on both Windows & MacOS.

Alternative for Sideloadly

Here are alternatives for Sideloadly.

AltStore – Altstore is the best alternative for Sideloadly as well as Cydia Impactor. This alternative works with both Windows and Mac OS. Read More from here.

There are following alternatives too.

AltDeploy – This is another alternative for both Sideloadly and Cydia Impactor. This develop by developer pixelomer (@pixelomer)

nullxImpactor – Here is another Mac OS based Cydia Impactor alternative. You can sign and sideload IPA files to iOS 10 – iOS 13 versions using nullxImpactor which is developed by @nullxme.

Read more about AltDeploy & nullxImpactor form Cydia Impactor alternative page.

Sideloardly Errors
  • Error – Installation failed: 3892346921 ApplicationVerificationFailed (Failed to verify code signature of /var/installd/Library/Caches/ : 0xe8008029 (The code signature version is no longer supported.)

How to fix : Deleting the “adi” folder in iTunes’ file directory, then restart your computer and try again

  • Error – Failed: (7252) There is no ‘ios’ certificate with serial number ’66D0F1862CE****’ on this team

How to Fix : Deleting and re-adding AppleIDs from Xcode preferences

  • Error – Fatal Error: Loading failed! Failed to init layer 2

Uninstalling the iTunes and then reinstalling the latest version of iTunes.

  • Issues – 2fa requested second time?

How to fix : Use an Apple account without two-factor authentication.


If you create a dummy Apple ID, you need to sign in an apple device with the dummy apple ID. When you’re signed in, keep that device connected to the internet and upon installing an app with Sideloadly, the device will be sent the 2FA verification code as a popup. Authorize the access, input the code into Sideloadly and it should work. Then, you can log out of the dummy ID on the device. If you keep the ID details stored in Sideloadly it should work without the error.

  • Failed: (35) An invalid value, Phoenix was provided for parameter ‘appIdname’

How to fix : Uninstall the Microsoft Store version of iTunes. Install the normal/web version from the following links.

Download iTunes 12.4.3 for Windows (64-bit )

Download iTunes 12.1.3 for Windows (32 bit)

Then connect your device and sync it. Then open Sideloadly.

  • Error – Sideloadly does not show my device

How to fix : Reboot the PC & open iTunes while your device is connected. Tap on ‘Trust’ from the popup on your iPhone or iPad. Then open Sideloadly. Still there is an issue, connect your device and check whether it is detected by your PC/iTunes. Then open Sideloadly. If not try completely uninstalling then reinstalling iTunes.


Developer – iOS God /Rook

AltStore for the iOS 13 workaround & AltPlugin

UI ideas – @KevinIssaDev

Disadvantage of Sideloadly

There are few disadvantages with Sideloadly. Actually it happens because we use a free Apple developer account. It has some limitations when you are using a free developer account. It may cause the following issues.

  • Sideloaded apps revoked

Normally, Apple allows apps to function only for 7 days which are sideloaded using a free Apple developer account. But you can sideload the same app using sideloadly with the same Apple ID. You should back up your progress. However, paid Apple accounts allow you to keep going this process up to 1 year.

  • Can not sideload many apps

You can not sideload many apps like iOS 7 – iOS 9. Now you can only have 3 sideloaded apps installed on iOS 10 – iOS 14 device with free developer account. However, you can bypass those limitations by creating a new Apple ID. But the paid Apple Developer Account does not have limitations.

Sideloadly Changelog [Extracted]

v0.18.0Added the option to remove App PlugIns before sideloading, Improved the Anisette option so now it’s less confusing, Added support for older macOS versions, Fixed an issue where Sideloadly URL scheme would not start downloading when Sideloadly was opened

v0.17.3 – Fixes an issue with unc0ver Jailbreak

v0.17.2 – Sideloadly for macOS is now released!, – Fixed an issue which caused apps to recently crash, Fixed `machineName` error, Fixed “There is no ‘ios’ certificate with serial number” error, Properly handle percentages in logs, Improvements made to 2FA, UI Improvements, General bug fixes

v0.16.1 – Fix update URL, Added support for iOS 14.2

v0.15.9 – Don’t crash when trying to revoke the oldest certificate, Switch to 64-bit version to workaround remaining MemoryError

v0.15.8 – Include IPA file information in the log, Include Sideloadly version in log, Retry download from scratch if file turned out to be too large, -Fix a crash that occurred when downloading via Sideloadly, Make sure to not leave temporary directories on crash

v0.15.7 – Fixed a crash that occurred on specific type of dylib, Account for changes in Apple’s phone number verification page, Include Guru Meditation codes in exceptions,

v0.15.3 – Fixup staging directory related crash, Debugging AssertionError, More memory optimizations, More padding/sizing fixes

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v0.15.2 – Some optimizations to memory usage, Avoid leaving old files in staging directory on iDevice

v0.15.1 – More fixes to zero padding, Show error details when anisette obtaining fails

v0.15 – Fix zero-padding logic which caused invalid signature in some rare cases

v0.14.9 – Improvements made to avoid MemoryError

v0.14.8 – Make sure we don’t leave temporary files on the device, – Support no-sign mode for jailbroken devices, Don’t fail if the IPA had no signature

v0.14.6 – Support hashed URL format, Don’t retry download if the target is invalid, Report details when anisette data obtaining fails

v0.14.1 – Retry IPA download several times on failure, Better error reporting

v0.14 – Fixed an error which would prevent signing due to the file being used by another process, Retries now only happens on LOCKDOWN_E_MUX_ERROR errors, Fixed an empty error message that may affect users, Fixed the apps crashing when installed using Jailbreak-only option, Fixed a MemoryError issue on huge executables, Added Windows 32-bit support, Removed/Cleaned up unused code decreasing overall bundle size

v0.13 – Sideloadly now detects devices whenever it is plugged in without having to restart, Fixed an issue where changing bundle ID on the latest versions of iOS would fail to sideload, Fixed charmap & encoding errors on some IPAs, Fixed an issue which prevented devices on iOS 13.3.1 and possibly iOS 13.4 from sideloading, Fixed an issue where Sideloadly would not sign all dylibs, On LOCKDOWN_E_PASSWORD_PROTECTED message, Sideloadly will now wait until you unlock your device then proceed with the installation

v0.12 – Added support for iOS 14 BETA 3+, Fixed an error with provisioning profiles, Fixed an issue which would prevent sideloading apps which special characters in their names, – Allow choosing team ID if there are several of them, – Workaround fix for LOCKDOWN_E_MUX_ERROR on large .IPA file

v0.11 – Added Jailbreak-only option to install IPAs onto your Jailbroken device without needing an Apple ID. AppSync is required from Cydia, – Added UIFileSharingEnabled option to allow users to access the sideloaded app’s (documents) data, – Added debugging data to troubleshoot “insufficient data” issue some users are reporting, Minor bug fixes and improvement

v0.10 – Added URL Schemes so now you can easily download and sideload an .IPA. Example: Install Unc0ver with Sideloadly, Fixed an update loop issue, Minor bug fixes and improvements

v0.9.2 – Detect iOS version and toggle bundle ID mangling if iOS 13.5 or higher, Added debugging output in attempt to fix “device already registered” issue, – Fixes an issue which prevented people from opening Sideloadly after updating, Small improvements and bug fixes

v0.8 – Initial release

iTunes for PC

iTunes for Windows has a big job cut out for it. In the age of SaaS, the idea of downloading a music app is somewhat quaint, as well as the fact that, as one of Apple’s most famous pieces of software, iTunes isn’t an immediate slam-dunk for many Windows users.

A full-featured and remarkably versatile media player

Apple’s geriatric media player is looking pretty sprightly

That said, it’s actually a pretty impressive app. For starters, it offers you a multitude of media options. Of course, you’ll get old favorites like music and video, but iTunes also offers you access to podcasts, TV programs, radio, items from the App store, and audio books, all from within the same interface.

iTunes is designed to work best when you’re signed into an Apple account. Once you’re in, you can access your local iTunes libraries, wherever they may be - on another computer, an iPhone, etc. This is a gateway into the Apple ecosystem and the way many Windows users set things up so as to have at least a toe in the Appleverse. If you’re a Windows user who also uses an iPhone (!), iTunes is the primary way you will manage syncing.

Windows/Apple debate aside, iTunes is a great app for those who like significant customization and input into the way their media plays. For many, all the options offered by iTunes are simply unnecessary but there will be a small number who do, in fact, want to control everything from a central hub or exercise huge control over playlists or streaming options.

Visually, the app is sleek and easy to navigate and has a nice mini-player that lets you close the main window when playing your music. You’ll find it easy and intuitive to move from music to movies and podcasts to the iTunes Store, and when you do, you’ll find another pro - the massive selection you’ll find there. In fact, this selection can be overwhelming and some people consider it a con, but if you want variety, there is almost nothing better.

When it comes to user support, you shouldn’t have a problem. Apple support is famously strong and your position as a user is strengthened if you actually buy media from the iTunes Store. If you’re hoping to troubleshoot alone, you’ll find 18 year’s worth of help just waiting for you online

Where can you run this program?

This version of iTunes is designed to be downloaded on Windows. You can also get a version of iTunes from the Windows Store. From the iTunes homepage, you’ll find versions for Mac, tablet, and mobile.

Is there a better alternative?

There are lots of alternatives for iTunes, but whether or not they appeal to you depends very much on how you like to listen to your media. VLC provides another classic media player for Windows but lacks the ready-made curated audio books, podcasts, store and more of iTunes.

Spotify is much closer in terms of media variety but, of course, doesn’t support video and offers much less customization.

In short, you’ll be guided by the amount of control you want, the variety of media you want waiting at your fingertips, and whether or not you want a quick path into the Appleverse. If you want all three, then iTunes is in a class all of its own.

Our take

iTunes is much improved but still only of serious interest to people with non-standard use cases.

Should you download it?

Yes, it's a pretty good app, but only if you like to buy your media, if you have a lot of media on your computer, or you really, really like iTunes. For everyone else, it’s not really necessary.


  • Looks great
  • Less bloated than previous versions
  • Central media control
  • iTunes Store offers huge variety
  • Good customization and playback options


  • Still a pretty big app
  • Many will feel it offers too much choice
  • Has a bad reputation

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