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Chris M.:
Hello, my name is Chris :) I'm a user of WD 7.1 and i want to help this Whited00r community to find compatible apps and games for their old devices. First, i want to thank you all who started up this very good project, it is very helpful for those who are having outdated devices from Apple that can't be used anymore.  And now, let's start the "tutorial" :D
There is a website named mob.org, they have thousands of apps on their site which you can download and use. They have apps and games for Android, Java, Symbian and iOS. I will try to make a little tutorial on how to download and install them :)
So, when you are connecting to mob.org you will need to select your device and platform. They have all models of devices for every platform. I'm not selecting my device model every time, i just choose the platform (which is iOS 3.1.3, choose the biggest platform that can run on your device for best results). After that click on "Games" button which is under your phone and platform tab selection and it will redirect you to their games page where you can download them and then install :) You can select genres of games you want, or filter them by popularity, rating... and more :D Every game has info and screenshots about them. So click on the "Download" button and it will start downloading the ipa file, which you can insert it in your "Downloads" folder of you device( which is var/mobile/Downloads) with iTools or other software that can access your files. Install it with iFile from Cydia or from AppTimeMachine's downloads section. I founded here a lot of apps which are working on WD 7.1, that you need to pay for on AppStore, feel free to download, use and submit them for AppTimeMachine. Enjoy! :D (I posted some screenshots below on how i go through all the steps that i mentioned above, and sorry for my bad english) Feel free to post questions in comments and i will answer :) Thanks

Chris M.:
Hello people, i found that Apple fixed that bug (when you can't download even iOS 3 apps from App Store) so there is a link from a website findoldapps.com where you can choose the iOS version of your device and select an app which redirects you to the App Store and you can download them directly to your device. :) P.S. Sorry for my bad english

Haksbelik:

--- Quote from: Chris M. on June 06, 2016, 10:12:19 AM ---Hello people, i found that Apple fixed that bug (when you can't download even iOS 3 apps from App Store) so there is a link from a website findoldapps.com where you can choose the iOS version of your device and select an app which redirects you to the App Store and you can download them directly to your device. :) P.S. Sorry for my bad english

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findoldapps.com isn't a really great tool. 95% of the apps didn't work for me. However I just recently wrote a topic about mob.org, (I wouldn't have wrote it if I had saw that it was already written about) and your English sounds fine :).

Chris M.:

--- Quote from: Haksbelik on July 05, 2016, 08:19:08 PM ---findoldapps.com isn't a really great tool. 95% of the apps didn't work for me. However I just recently wrote a topic about mob.org, (I wouldn't have wrote it if I had saw that it was already written about) and your English sounds fine :).

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Hello and thanks :D findoldapps was trying to collect those app store links with iOS 3 and 4 apps but i'm having problems too with it, mostly cause all of them are in the US store that i can't acces or some apps where deleted after they where posted. But since i didn't haved ATM on iOS 4.2.1 before installing Whited00r it was a nice thing to find those apps quickly instead of trying each app in the App Store that weren't compatible which is really annoying :-/

Haksbelik:
Hi Chris. I just came across another site that doesn't just limit your search to games (in fact, this site is how I found mbDrive), but it uses a custom Google search to narrow down the options to only compatible apps. I do know you cannot change your location (you don't live in the US do you?) but see if it works for you:

sites.google.com/site/iossearch

Hope this one works better for you than findoldapps.com. (it sure did for me)

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