If you have not jailbroke your iPhone, you will need to do that first. You can check out our Jailbreak page for tutorials on jailbreaking your iPhone or iPod Touch.
When you jailbroke your iPhone the Installer application was added to your iPhone automatically. It was added to your iPhone’s SpringBoard with the rest of the stock applications like Calendar, Maps, Weather etc. The Installer is what you use to add more applications (games, utilities…) to your iPhone.
Below are steps on how you can add applications to your iPhone using the Installer.
7. Select an applications. This will open a screen with all the information about that application including; the name of the application, the version, the size, contact information, a description of the application, more information about the application, which source the application is through and the contact for the source.
9. This will bring up a pop-up window with three options; Install, Add to Queue and cancel. If you add it to the Queue, you can then go back in and add more applications and install them all at once. For more information on how to use the Queue, see THIS tutorial. If you do not want to install the application tap Cancel. If you would like to install the applications tap Install.
* If you already know the name of the application you would like to install, you can easily search for it.
4. Follow steps 7-13 above.
Tips: To add even more applications to your Installer, you will need to add additional sources. To learn more about installing additional sources, see THIS tutorial.