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+ - iOS app piracy soars->

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Bismillah
Bismillah writes ""Of the current top 30 most popular iPhone apps in Australia last week, SC Magazine found that half were cracked and uploaded to App Trackr the same day they were released on Apple’s app store."

For someone who has never looked outside iTunes/App Store for iOS apps, this comes as a revelation."

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