This tutorial shows how to get in-app purchases in your favorite iOS apps for free! You will need a jailbroken device and will need to install an app called iAP Cracker. Watch the video for more
My thoughts on PIRACY and why I make videos like these...
I would like to first state that I do these tutorials only for demonstration purposes as I like anything having to do with cracking, hacking, and tweaking things. I like to challenge myself and when others find ways to crack/hack things, I think it's cool and I like to share that with others that enjoy taking things apart and figuring out how they work. It's like a watch maker that can take apart a dead mechanical watch and repair it. Sometimes we hack hardware and sometimes we hack software.
However, developers work their ass off to create these things, so they should be paid for their time and effort. I'm a believer that people that pirate software and other works would never pay for those things anyways. They would just get something free or not get it at all, same goes for music, movies, etc. People that pirate music and videos today through torrents and download sites are the same people that used dual cassette recorders to make copies of their friends music cassettes and VHS tapes.
Nothing has changed and the movie/music industry didn't lose money, because they would have never earned it. I love how the media companies always whine about the loss of money and they estimate their losses based on how many downloads they see of their media. The problem with this thinking is that they think those people would have purchased those items if they couldn't download them. This is completely false. I would bet less than 10% of those people would purchase those items if they couldn't easily download them. You have to remember, piracy is not an easy trade.
I do feel the creators of goods still get value from the average pirate. Since those people got their hands on a piece of software, music, or video for free they were able to use it and then tell all their friends about it. That's called free (word of mouth) advertisement, that they would not have had. And odds are 50-75% of their friends WILL pay for it. A handful of people that never paid for the item might even blog or video blog about the product further advertising to the world. So it's not a total loss for these people. Many developers are also pirates themselves. The people that complain and try to come up with ways and legislature to stop piracy simply just don't understand why the piracy begins in the first place. I would be willing to bet that they will make less money by hindering people from downloading their works, it's this that they don't understand.
I am not saying that pirating other people's hard work is good nor acceptable. I just realize people are going to do it anyways. So to reiterate, I do not condone people from pirating goods and I feel that if you do get something for free and find that thing useful, then you should pay the developer of that thing so that he can continue to make amazing products for you and the rest of the world.
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