iOS Developer Quoted ‘Android designed for piracy’


iOS and Mac app developer Matt Gemmell has quoted that ‘Android designed for piracy’. Guys is that really true? He also added that Once an Android phone is rooted, it’s not hard to remove the application files (.apk) and install them on another handset via a process called side-loading.

He argues that locking Android down is the only way to curtail piracy and make sure developers get paid. He ends his piece by advising Google to control this part of the platform because being “closed is better for business.” Apple’s puppet is doing his job to say everything Apple is better than everything else.

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