In the past, it was possible to find and download apps outside of the App Store but that has changed. Apple now requires all apps to be signed with their certificate in order to be listed for download. The first thing you need to know is that signed apps are rare. In fact, there are only a handful of companies that have been able to sign their apps since Apple started requiring this process in 2016. You can search for the names of companies in the app store but it is not likely you will find many apps because they would have already been removed from the App Store before this happened (if they were available at all).
The first thing you need to know is that signed apps are rare
The first thing you need to know is that signed apps (App签名)are rare. Not only do they have to be approved by Apple, but they also have to be paid for. The process of submitting an app and waiting for it to get approved can take weeks or months, which means that most people don’t bother with the hassle of signing their apps and sticking them in the App Store. If you want one now, your best bet is probably eBay.
There are also other reasons why signing your app might not be worth it:
Signed apps aren’t easy for users to find (in fact, they’re not even always easy for developers!)
Users won’t install unsigned apps unless they’re told specifically where they can find them (this means marketing)
How do I find a signed app?
Here are a few ways to find a signed app:
Search for the name of a company. For example, you can search for “Apple” or “Google,” both of which have signed apps.
Search for the name of a developer. For example, you could type in “Computers Ltd.” or “John Smith” and see what comes up. You should also try several other developers with different spellings than those used above (e.g., “Computer’s Ltd.” or “John Manc”).
Search by app name; this will help if you know what kind of app it is that you’re looking for—and if it’s not too obscure!
Apple has made it difficult to find signed apps from outside of its App Store
Apple has made it difficult to find signed apps from outside of its App Store.
You can’t search for apps by signing status on the app store website.
You can’t find apps by signing status in the app store app.
In fact, you can’t even find them at all!
So, how can you find signed apps? The only way to search for them is to use one of the third-party app stores that specialize in unsigned apps.
Is there a way to find all the apps that have been signed?
There are several websites that allow you to search for apps that have been signed by a developer. While some of these resources are reliable and will show you the most recent apps from certain developers, others may be outdated or incomplete. It’s also worth noting that some of these sites do not provide information about which devices an app has been tested on, so if your device does not fall within those categories then you should proceed with caution when installing a signed app.
Company name can be searched in the Store
You can search for the names of companies in the app store, but it is not likely you will find many apps. The best place to find signed apps is at https://www.apple.com/apps/.
Here you will find thousands of signed apps(iOS应用签名), including many from big name companies. You may also be able to find some signed apps by searching the app store for specific keywords, like “signed” or “verified”.
If you are looking for a specific app, the best way to find it is by searching the app store using keywords related to that app. For example, if you want an app that will help you track your spending and make budgeting easier, search for “budgeting” or “money management”.
If you are looking for a specific app, then it is unlikely that you will find it in the App Store. On the other hand, if you have an idea for an app but don’t know where to start or what tools to use then this guide might be helpful. It goes over some of the options available to developers so they can create their own signed apps without having any prior knowledge about code writing or programming languages such as Objective-C.