Une application simple pour craquer les logiciels pour iPhone

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Crackulous,une application dédiée pour craquer les applications pour iPhone, a été rendue disponible au téléchargement par Hackulous.

Nous à Hackulous avons décidé de rendre publique la béta de Crackulous, à la communauté toute entière. Si vous n'avez jamais entendu parlé de Crackulous, c'est une application surprenante, faite pour craquer les logiciels pour iPhone. Crackulous a été créé par SaladFork, et le développement est maintenant assuré par Angel. Nous avons décidé de mettre en ligne la beta v.9 de Crackulous, ainsi chacun pourra l'essayer.

Fonctions:
* Interface graphique complète de xCrack ! Pas de complications !
* Craquez les applications de l'App Store! Partagez les avec la communauté !
* La SEULE application de ce genre !
* L'application la plus PUISSANTE et FACILE a utiliser !
* Craquez plusieurs applications simultanément !
* C'est gratuit ! Pourquoi la ferions nous payer ?

L'application est hébergée par le Repo Cydia d'Hackulous (http://cydia.hackulo.us), pour une installation facile.Son utilisation nécessite que vous aillez, au moins, une application obtenue légalement sur l'App Store.

Les retours initiaux nous font penser que cette application va causer la pagaille dans la communauté des développeurs pour iPhone. TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog) écrit, En marge des discussions sur la propriété intellectuelle, les DRM, les échanges via le peer-to-peer et tout ce qui constitue le "piratage", nous étions dans une zone grise, Crackulous me fait basculer dans un monde noir et blanc. Quelque que soit la façon dont on le regarde, c'est du piratage. Ce n'est pas un combat contre les DRM ou contre une plateforme trop contraignante, c'est du vol.

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muzhik - February 3, 2009 at 10:33am
it\'s about time... this is released publicly...
n41 - February 3, 2009 at 10:24am
Actually I think it\'s funny that either A) the owner is chargin 10.00 for this app or B) someone is impersonating the owner and chargin 10.00 Go to crackulous.net, or however the app is spelled add the .net and you\'ll see what I\'m talking about. Still trying to confirm if it\'s the owner or some guy who stole it N41
ernstlustig - February 3, 2009 at 7:58am
You can\'t sue S&W for making a gun which was used to commit a crime. Personally. I prefer testing a software before buying. This is not possible in AppStore. So here\'s a good tool which enables testing before buying. This gives me no trouble at all because I pay for the benefit I get out of software. My favorite is donationware. Free for testing - buy if you ike it. Seems to work somehow...
Mario - February 3, 2009 at 5:43am
I hope Crackulous actually bricks your baseband irretrievably
Santana - February 3, 2009 at 8:03am
sorry that people that have the money to buy a program with out know if is good or not don\'t like this type of stuff but I Love the fact that there is a chance for me to try a app with out the need of buying it before i try it. All of you how think this will mess up your phone sorry but this work like a charm.
Jim - February 3, 2009 at 3:27am
n41 is right. i\'ll admit i use cracked apps. but lets just imagine there was no way for me to get any. i can honestly say there is no way i would have bought any of the apps i\'ve \"stolen\". i cannot afford to spend $10 on a cell phone game. they weren\'t going to get my money anyway. when i saw this app on cydia i thought, \"cool\". I considered downloading it to crack the one app i actually bought recently (couldn\'t find it cracked, and convinced myself it was definitely worth .99; no big deal) but i didn\'t want that on my conscience. so, i guess, crack $10 apps but not .99 ones? the debate goes on.
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