AppSnapp is available on Once the user has successfully installed the app, he gets full disk access and may install anything he would like. Be advised though, that such practices are anything but supported by Apple and a future firmware upgrade might pose a bricking problem.

Speaking of firmware, the app will work fine with devices featuring the 1.1.1 upgrade. AppSnapp will activate non-AT&T iPhones automatically (already activated devices will be left alone), will fix YouTube on non-AT&T iPhones, as well as Apple’s TIFF bug.

The team behind AppSnapp includes 9 names (metasploit, rezn, dinopio, drudge, kroo, pumpkin, davidc, dunham, and NerveGas), all of them sure to be now added on Apple’s black list.

It remains to be seen if the iPhone maker will do anything to stop AppSnapp in the near future. For the time being, the company is busy making sure that nobody gets to buy more than two iPhones, for fear that the devices might end up free of AT&T’s 2 year grasp.