Trigger Dead, a zombie shooting game is quite famous for Android and IOS devices, which have been distributed for free on Google Play Store. Explanation for the sudden price reduction, the company responsible for developing this game is Madfinger Games, even if sold at $ 0.99, the rate of use pirated games still "highly do not believe it." Therefore, it would offer free Dead Trigger and profit through trading item in the game (in-app purchase). Madfinger Games added precautions that users can still play normally Trigger Dead as before without being forced to buy items to be allowed to run the application.
Not Madfinger Games first company to complain about downloading pirated apps on Android. Earlier this year, developers of the game Football Manager Miles Jacobson said that the rate for unauthorized use of his application is 9:1 (ie, 9 out of 10 players who use pirated copies) and this is the number of "bad worst game of his career "of him. Epic Games, game companies make Infinity Blade for iOS, still hesitated to launch Android version of this game because the victim also used illegally on Google's operating system is too common.
< br /> In a recent survey with the participation of 75 Android app developers by Skyhook firm Yankee Group and Wireless organizations, 27% of developers believe that unauthorized use is a "big problem", 26% say that "is also a problem." More than half of people said Google did nothing to prevent the use of unlicensed software. Fortunately, the situation of piracy will soon be improved in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the new operating system has built-in feature coding sequence for the application. Because this string will be different on each device so users can not simply copy the APK file sharing then taken as before.
On Android, the application installed from the outside (not Play Store through Google) extremely easy. Users need only check a mark for installation then look on the APK file (format install of Android) to use, that's it. Meanwhile, the IOS is to jailbreak the new machine, perform the install pirated apps, and each time a new firmware the jailbreak appears to be turned into a pretty annoying problem for those who intend to use "illegal "software.
According to Facebook's Dead Trigger, PCWorld, Wired