You can download Cydia easily on iOS 8.0 through 8.1.2 iPhones or iPads using Taig jailbreak. Taig were introduced to the jailbreak industry after 2 months of iOS 8 public release. Initially there were many doubts and problems about the reliability and stability of the software since it was brand new name for jailbreak industry. After going through few updates the Taig team could be able to overcome almost all known issues and finally we have one of the finest jailbreak tool.
It’s pretty easy to get Cydia if you have an Apple device with running compatible iOS version. You can find all device preparation steps and jailbreak tutorial here. Since we have many iOS upgrades from the initial release of Taig tool, it’s always better to use the latest version which has fixed all known issues and optimized Cydia installation process.
Taig team never released a MAC version of their tool for the period of iOS 8.0 – 8.1.2. It’s true still you could run windows tool using a virtual PC on MAC but it’s not convenient. PP jailbreak came to fill that gap by developing same jailbreak tool for MAC platform. MAC users can use PP jailbreak for Cydia download on their devices.
PP jailbreak Supported devices and iOS verions are almost same as Taig jailbreak which is listed on our iOS 8.1.3 – 8.4 Cydia download guide. Jailbreak process is also similar so we don’t need to repeat same details again and again. We recommend to download both tools from their official websites. Alternatively we have all jailbreak tools in our members section including video tutorials, text guide, direct download links and other supportive tools for uninstall Cydia and remove or manage Cydia tweaks. You are welcome to join with our members if you are interested to have everything in one stop.
Finally, there’s no risk at all using Taig or PP jailbreak for Cydia download on your Apple device. But only if you have followed device preparation guide exactly. In certain cases some Cydia tweaks may harmful to your device or terminate the warranty but Installing Cydia on an iPhone or iPad is not illegal.