Here are the top questions asked by appstore users.
How to Use AppStore?
Open AppStore on your phone
Tap on Menu ( top left menu option of the screen )
Choose a category - Apps, Games
Find something to download ( there is a built-in search bar to help you )
Tap your app or game and tap on Download
Follow the on-screen directions and wait for the app to install. You will see the icon on your home page when it’s done.
Is it Safe to Download?
Yes, it is 100% Safe. Many people think that all unofficial content is unsafe to use but in many cases, like this one, the developers have a good reputation that they want to keep. As such, all apps are virus-scanned before being admitted to the store and any that fail are removed immediately. The app store is constantly being monitored and updates are released to fix any problems that arise. The developers also gave us SSL encryption to ensure our downloads are safe and because you are not jailbreaking or rooting your device, you are not inviting external threats.
Is My Warranty Voided?
No, your device warranty is Completely Safe. This app is perfectly legal to use because you are not jailbreaking or rooting and not going against your provider’s security. Neither Google nor Apple can invalidate your warranty for using this app store because it uses the privacy standards they have in place for the official apps. Where you might find a problem is if you use a tweak that changes how your device works - in this case, simply delete it and reinstall it later should the need arise.
Is AppStore Free?
Yes, it is and the developers do not plan to charge any fees for using it. There are no hidden fees and every app and game is completely free to download.
Try your app again. The screen should be back to normal
Do I need to Jailbreak?
It isn’t necessary because the Appstore works on unrooted devices. However, if you opt to root your device, you will find it the store works much better and games played on the internet will not be blocked by Apple and Google Play Protect like they are on unrooted devices.