Getting started to receive your in-app for free on OS X
10.7+ (Lion), 10.6.8 does not have in-apps!
Usage of this manual means that’s you agreed with the Terms Of Service
If you are using Mountain Lion, there is a zero step: Enable “anywhere” sources for software in Settings.app->Security&Privacy:
Enabling in-appstore is simple. It takes only 4 steps:
- installation of CA certificate
- installation of in-appstore.com certificate
- changing DNS record in wi-fi settings
- Running application with support of Grim Receiper (to save your original AppStore receipts)
- Export as *.pem
- Format: Page Source
Click twice on first certificate. KeyChain Utility should open. Click “Always Trust”, then enter your local credentials and click “Update Settings”:
Download Grim Receiper from Mega.nz. That’s the tool to keep your original receipts in safe place (locally, of course) during you are using in-appstore.com.
Mount, copy Grim Receiper.app to some folder.
From this step you can continue, if you already used in-appstore on OS X before.
Open System Preferences->Network and set DNS of your network to the following IP: 188.8.131.52
Select network->Advanced->DNS->Click “+”->Fill IP->Okay->Apply
You should run Grim Receiper every time you are using in-appstore.com!
Open Grim Receiper. Click “Just let me do smth”. Drag your application where you want to “buy” in-apps on it and on in-app purchase you will get this message:
Click like. Enter random credentials. Enjoy!
Here is the video (in Russian, English comments available):
If you see default app-store “Are you sure to purchase?” you ARE NOT CONNECTED TO IN-APPSTORE.COM. Please re-read instructions and try to setup service again.
Project is in beta stage. So there are restrictions:
After “purchasing” you must unset DNS. You can set it again without certificates installation to access in-appstore again. (just select DNS and click “-“):
Help the project by bitcoin 1CKXhzmv5myt1m9QrpbyXHq92kyjL6vAyK. Thanks.
Help the project by installing dnsmasq server by this config http://system.in-appstore.com/dnsmasq.conf