Good to hear the world is now safer in 2013 :)
Good news, everyone. There's one less iOS app scammer in the world.
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Wow, before I switched to Android I used installous all the time, going back to the early days of the iPhone 3. Of course I only used it to download free apps and not paid apps. Well, they had a good run.
Piracy doesn't end or decline just because one door closes; 10 more open op and take its place. Blogging about it only serves as an invitation to even more people to help distribute pirated apps; it's like a job posting. What this article essentially reads to quite a few people: "Redistribute paid apps and make money from ads! Huge opportunity; competitor down."
I'm convinced that once a new iPhone comes out, Apple presses a button that instantly slows down the older models so you have to buy the new one. My sister's 4s, my roommates 4s, and my Mom's 4s all got freakishly and unacceptably slow at the beginning on November. And a few friends expressed similar problems.
That's just because you got used to the 5's fast processor so when you go back to the 4S it seems slower
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