SMS Applications android spies had been removed by Google

Written By admin on Friday, October 29, 2010 | 4:18 PM

SMS Applications
Although Android is an open system, there are limits to what Google provides application developers with SMS replicator discovered the secret name. Posted on Wednesday on the Android Market, the software was removed Thursday after many complaints. The application allows users to read the SMS message intended for his eyes, what the forwarded message Phone User's home phone in secret.
Citing the Android Market Content Policy, Google quickly kicked the app out the back door. Zak Tanjeloff, CEO of product developer DLP, defended his firm's Frankenstein creation when he told the New York Times, "This app is certainly controversial, but can be helpful to people in relationships where this type of monitoring can be useful," The executive continued, "The app is unique because there is no visible icon or shortcut to access it, so once it's installed, it will continue to monitor without revealing itself."

DLP, the developer of the application of the mirror for the iPhone from Apple said that the creation of about 100 requests per year for Apple and Android. Tanjeloff said he decided to send SMS Secret Replicator for the Android Market instead of the App Store, because the first does not believe was the model before it listed. "We can not build for the iPhone, how it works beyond the approval process for the App Store," said Tanjeloff.

Did Google do the right thing, or should open system mean open system regardless of what software is developed?

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