The Misaka package manager app picked up a minor incremental update to version 3.3.3 over the weekend, incorporating new features and bug fixes that will improve its overall user experience.
The latest update was announced via a post by project lead developer @straight_tamago on X (formerly Twitter), and according to the GitHub page where the latest update is now available to the masses, Misaka v3.3.3 appears to introduce the following changes:
– Added chmod and chown to FSAPI
– Fixed PlistPadding error
Making use of Misaka doesn’t require a jailbreak, but if you want, you can install and use Misaka on a jailbroken device.
If you’re an existing Misaka user, then we strongly recommend downloading and installing the latest version to take full advantage of the new features and bug fixes. You can safely install the latest .ipa over your existing installation to patch it with the latest changes. That .ipa file can be acquired from the project’s official GitHub page.
Those who aren’t already using the Misaka package manager app can follow one of our tutorials below to install and get started with it today:
Are you currently using the latest version of the Misaka package manager app yet? Be sure to let us know why or why not in the comments section down below.