Freedom hack allows Android in-app purchases without paying

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: Freedom hack allows Android in-app purchases without paying[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2014/10/myce-freedom-95x75.png[/newsimage]

An Android application called “Freedom” is spreading on the internet and allows users to make in-app purchases without actually paying for it. The apps makes it possible to make in-app purchases without paying for popular Android games like Candy Crush Saga, Subway Surfers, Temple Run, City Island, Pou and many more.

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#2

I hate the concept of in app purchases. Its a goddamn travesty and curse Apple for starting that concept !


#3

[QUOTE=ivid;2739299]I hate the concept of in app purchases. Its a goddamn travesty and curse Apple for starting that concept ![/QUOTE]

Well to be honest I don’t think they’re all bad.

Developers have to make their money somehow and providing in-app purchases aren’t too intrusive or essential to finishing a game, for example, I can see how this brings better quality apps into our grasp for free.

I have plenty of apps supported by in-app purchases that I’d hate to be without or otherwise have to pay for.

[B]Wombler[/B]


#4

[QUOTE=Wombler;2739326]Well to be honest I don’t think they’re all bad.

Developers have to make their money somehow and providing in-app purchases aren’t too intrusive or essential to finishing a game, for example, I can see how this brings better quality apps into our grasp for free.

I have plenty of apps supported by in-app purchases that I’d hate to be without or otherwise have to pay for.

[B]Wombler[/B][/QUOTE]

Can’t really blame people from trying to earn money. And to be honest, this isn’t the worst form of trying to earn some cash. Then again there will always be somebody who will try and circumvent paying for it because of various reasons.


#5

Absolutely and I suppose this hack is really the proof of that. :iagree:

[B]Wombler[/B]


#6

Users report that some applications no longer work, likely because applications developers have found methods to block usage of the Freedom app.

There you have it where there is a hack there is a will to kill it… lamo :clap:


#7

This is more an exploit than a hack…
hacks/cracks would unlock all apps regardless of where you get them…

When cracks of android apps was gaining steam… law enforcement started getting involved… as if they could do much about the evolution of the “scene” to pirate apps on portable o/s platforms

lol


#8

[QUOTE=DoMiN8ToR;2739283]We’ve just posted the following news: Freedom hack allows Android in-app purchases without paying[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2014/10/myce-freedom-95x75.png[/newsimage]

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Well, did you tried that app out ? I would say I am only going to try it out once someone over here can confirm the fact that its working ! :smiley:


#9

Yes, freedom is really a great app. I was able to use it with many apps and games.But I am waiting for it’s next version because currently it is incompatible with android lollipop. Also, If you want a good amount of information about the app, this is the biggest post containing all info about the freedom app: Freedom App