1. iSilv3r7's Avatar
    Originally Posted On The iPhone Vault

    Recently some cracked apps have been able to know if they are cracked or not. One example is the Tap Tap Revenge: Coldplay. So lets say you use cracked apps, if you get the cracked version of Tap Tap Revenge: Coldplay. A message will pop up. Telling you to not pirate there software because they have families to support and if you donít they threaten to report you to the police. Other cracked apps just simply crash right when you open them. It looks like it might be the end of Cracked Apps. Especially if Apple inserts this feature into all of there Apps.

    2009-05-27 12:58 AM
  2. mr.sparky's Avatar
    Ha ha ha that's awesome
    2009-05-27 01:00 AM
  3. iSilv3r7's Avatar
    Yes it is, but it stinks for cracked app users, but a + for developers
    2009-05-27 03:00 AM
  4. Bo Troxell's Avatar
    Good news.
    2009-05-27 03:05 AM
  5. soto806's Avatar
    this sucks
    But it's funny! lol
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    2009-05-27 03:06 AM
  6. soulthoughts's Avatar
    This really isn't anything new. Beejive did it some months ago and there was another app, Aurora Feint(?) that did it a while ago.
    2009-05-27 03:10 AM
  7. iSilv3r7's Avatar
    Well thats even better news, now all apps need this capibility. Then cracked app users are done ripping off developers
    2009-05-27 03:39 AM
  8. Napoleon_PhoneApart's Avatar
    Yes it is, but it stinks for cracked app users...
    Who gives a tin sh*t about cracked app users?
    2009-05-27 03:45 AM
  9. Broomhead's Avatar
    +1
    2009-05-27 03:49 AM
  10. Bo Troxell's Avatar
    +1
    2009-05-27 03:51 AM
  11. iSilv3r7's Avatar
    Who gives a tin sh*t about cracked app users?
    True, they are just cheap people that don't want to pay $0.99 for an App
    Last edited by iSilv3r7; 2009-05-27 at 03:54 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2009-05-27 03:53 AM
  12. Broomhead's Avatar
    True, they are just cheap people that don't want to pay $0.99 for an App
    True, we all can afford the $299.00 for the iPhone, but not $0.99 for the app we want...FAIL

    2009-05-27 03:56 AM
  13. mr.sparky's Avatar
    Some apps are not worth .99. I'll try them and if I like it I'll buy it.
    2009-05-27 04:35 AM
  14. Broomhead's Avatar
    ^^ That's lame... so you buy all the apps you like after you have them for free? bull
    2009-05-27 06:07 AM
  15. iSilv3r7's Avatar
    Some apps are not worth .99. I'll try them and if I like it I'll buy it.
    I think that is ok, because some apps are not even worth $0.99 sadly
    Last edited by iSilv3r7; 2009-05-27 at 05:35 PM.
    2009-05-27 06:14 AM
  16. Broomhead's Avatar
    I see your not a DEV, that's why you think it's ok...
    I would agree that some apps aren't worth the $0.99 but it's only $0.99
    + most every app has a review or 2 or 10 written by people that paid for them.
    2009-05-27 06:18 AM
  17. Juar3z's Avatar
    wouldnt that be against the law the pirvacy act to look in ur phone and get ur email and phone number 2 wrongs dont make a right
    2009-05-27 06:35 AM
  18. mr.sparky's Avatar
    nope im not a dev but 10 apps that suck at .99 well thats 10.00 well 9.99
    if i really like the app ill buy if if not i delete it....
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    2009-05-27 06:46 AM
  19. confucious's Avatar
    Boll*x.

    At $0.99 it doesn't matter if it is awful.

    The try before you buy argument really doesn't wash for a $0.99 app!
    He who asks a question looks foolish for 5 minutes. He who doesn't ask a question remains foolish forever.
    2009-05-27 04:24 PM
  20. Poseidon79's Avatar
    I agree... the cheap apps you can generally get an idea of their value from the reviews. The more expensive apps should be given a trial period IMO though.
    2009-05-27 04:30 PM
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