Update: Sorry, Lowyat.NET does not condone piracy.
It appears that users will now no longer need to jailbreak their iOS devices in order to steal pirate install precious USD$0.99 apps made by individual developers who spent days and nights just to come out with something so that they can earn a living. Not too long after a service that allows you to get non Apple-approved iOS apps and pirated app has been shut down, people are now scouting the internet for alternative ways for them to get free apps.
One of the alternative services is one that is developed by a 15-year old. It’s not completely free though, it requires a “service fee” in order for you to pirate an app. According to the teenager, he developed it so users can “try before you buy” an app however, I’m pretty sure there are many lite versions on iTunes that allow users to do just that. Another one that is available and is widely being downloaded now provides a similar service as the first one and is completely free of charge. Since these channels are not official, it’s not guaranteed that they are free from malware, and judging by how fast this news is spreading, I won’t be surprise that there are already malwares lurking about. Is it really worth all that risk just to get an app worth RM3?