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Download Windows Phone 7 Cracked Apps for Free

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If you saw the tile and came here to download Windows Phone 7 Cracked Apps, do I have a surprise for you.. we will not be showing you how its done. On the other hand if you saw the title and clicked on the link to give me a piece of your mind, just read through the article before you head over to the comments section.

The guys from WPC recently posted a video of an app called FreeMarketplace that allows users to download and install any app from the Marketplace for free. Piracy is a major problem for any developer. iPhone and Android applications are often cracked and distributed online. Windows Phone 7 is a relatively new OS and so there have been no issue with piracy till now. The Windows Phone 7 FreeMarketplace apps makes it too easy for a pirate to crack applications on a Windows Phone 7 device and even distribute it. Microsoft has been advised on the issue, lets hope they release a fix for it. BTW if you are wondering the Tool is not available for download and was created to advise Microsoft of the existing issue.

We know the tile was a misleading, we just couldn’t resist the temptation to see what kind of response it generated :), rest assured we will not promote any app piracy on 1800PocketPC


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  • This is a test 1800Pocket/PC (1800PPC) account for improving the user experience and also includes articles written by 1800PPC founder and former Editor in Chief Saijo George as well as contributors from 2008 to 2013 such as Yanko Andreev and Cris Rowlands. If you would like to contribute to 1800PPC as a writer, contact Josh Nay
  • On January 2, 2011
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