iPhone Developer Introduces Anti-Piracy Feature; Turns Cracked Apps into Demos

Developer of iPhone app, Full-Screen Web Browser has figured out a way to turn cracked versions of his iPhone app into demos.

This is the latest attempt by an iPhone developer to fight piracy of their iPhone app after Crackulous was released; a jailbreak app which strips copy protection from iPhone apps and render them free for distribution.

RipDev, the folks behind the Installer app have also released Kali Anti-Piracy recently which is a service to protect iPhone apps from being pirated.

Ben Chatelain, developer of iPhone Full Screen Web Browser received a very good response to his iPhone app after it was release on the App Store. It has already been downloaded more than 65,000 times and ranks in the Top 100 Paid Apps lists in ten countries.

However, Ben got an alert within 4 days of the release that his iPhone app was cracked and was made public on Appulo.us, a site that claims to provide a solution to the flawed App Store by allowing users to try an iPhone app before buying, but as ReadWriteWeb (RWW) points out "in reality it mostly serves as a way to download pirated copies of paid iPhone applications for free".

Read the whole article @ iPhone Hacks

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