Fake versions of Keynote, Pages, Garage Band and other Apple apps show up in Google Play Store

One subject that often makes it in to the Android vs. iOS argument is the whole open/closed ecosystem. Any manufacturer can create an Android device, and any developer can release whatever they like in to Google’s Play Store (formerly Android Market). The screen shot above shows a list of popular Apple apps released in to Google’s Play Store, developed by “Apple Inc”. While all the logos and pricing looks official, the ratings – as noted by 9to5Mac – speak otherwise. And, let’s be honest, would Apple ever release anything for Android? I highly doubt it.

Via: 9to5Mac

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    Play Store, developed by “Apple Inc”. While all the logos and pricing looks official, the ratings – as noted by 9to5Mac – speak otherwise. And, let’s be honest, would Apple ever release anything for Android? I highly doubt it.