Developer of “Crackulous” gets upset when his app is Pirated…HA!

Oh the irony…

The jackass who has developed an app called “Crackulous” – which is designed to crack and distribute iPhone applications without paying any money to their developers – has had his own application pirated, and released publicly before he wanted it to.

His response? You’ll love this…

He claims the leaks is “absolutely disgusting, and downright insulting.” He continues, “[I] have released a new version of Crackulous almost every day or two, fixing all the bugs that had been reported up until that day. I was proud of Crackulous, and put a large majority of my free time into ensuring it will be the best application it possibly could be. I responded to beta tester feedback, and each version of Crackulous was better than the last.”

After being called out in a number of places for the absurdity of complaining that his App stealing application was stolen, he continued to defend himself. “Several of you had noticed the irony in me complaining that a tool used to steal from other developers was stolen, but I hope you realize the difference in situation. iPhone developers almost always (99% of the time) develop applications for the App Store in hopes of getting money.”

It’s hard for me to imagine how this guy’s mind works. He’s smart enough to be able to understand code, and to develop and application (which is no easy feat), yet dumb enough to not have learned a thing from this experience.

Comments

  1. serves him right i guess. who in his right mind has the guts to develop a piracy app and ask money for it?

    “Several of you had noticed the irony in me complaining that a tool used to steal from other developers was stolen, but I hope you realize the difference in situation. iPhone developers almost always (99% of the time) develop applications for the App Store in hopes of getting money.” – and where exactly is the reasoning in this? sheesh. some people…

  2. “He’s smart enough to be able to understand code, and to develop and application (which is no easy feet)”
    He’s smart enough to be able to understand code, and to develop an application (which is no easy feat)

    Heh, easy feet.

    Anyway, yeah, the developer of this application is stupid for whining about this and is even more stupid for not understanding why he is stupid for whining about this.

    -Vince

  3. Hardly a journalistic approach to a story, which anyway is likely only to further publicise the software and therefore increase piracy.

  4. I’m not a journalist.

  5. This guy is an idiot (in the street smart sense). If i had known this software existed I would have tried to steal it for the sheer irony of it. How was he not expecting this??

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