Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 7th Mar 2009 20:08 UTC
Apple Ever since Apple launched the App Store for iPhone owners, the company has seen some serious criticism regarding its willy-nilly admittance policy. Several popular applications were not allowed into the App Store, forcing the developers of those applications to offer their work only to owners of jailbroken iPhones. From now on, that will be a whole lot easier: the first unauthorised iPhone application store is about to open up shop.
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Do you still have to buy quicktime pro to do mundane things like full screen videos? That used to irk the hell out of folks, hence the popularity of VLC in most Apple fora, I guess.

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