Thursday, February 28, 2013

Tweetbot implements a method so that people know who their app pirating

tweetbot Tweetbot implementa un método para que se sepa quienes piratean su app

No we tired of speak: piracy not development aid of applications. The best we can do to show our complaint with an application to high price is not buying it and not use it for other methods since developers can know who has paid and who does not use it.

This also hurts the jailbreak community as there are people just waiting exploits the sole purpose of pirating applications (real truth). Jailbreak is not synonymous with piracy, another concept that repeat endlessly to make it clear.

A few days ago, which is considered one of the best Twitter clients for iOS and OS X, Tweetbot, received a new update to deal with the new social network API. This version also hides a method that aims to spread the world who are using a pirated version of Tweetbot.

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The application can detect Tweetbot who use the application legally and those not. If you have not paid the 2.69 euros it costs, create tweets Tweetbot similar to photography but not published without our consent, meaning it is up to the user's tweet or not.

It seems that the rush is not good because a simple search on Twitter reveals that for days, many users are enjoying a pirated copy of Tweetbot.

I end as I began the post: piracy does not help the development of applications. Then we can not complain if they charge freemium games come around full of advertising or applications seeking easy click with huge banners and small buttons.

More - Tweetbot is updated to address the new API Twitter
Fuente - TUAW

El Article Tweetbot implements a method so that people know who pirating his app has been originally published in Actualidad iPhone .



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