To those trying to make their app look popular on AndAppStore.com

by Al Sutton » Sun, 02 Nov 2008 22:42:29 GMT


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 Yes we do run checks for faked downloads and adjust the chart 
accordingly, and yes using the same computer as you submitted the app 
with is really dumb (Yes, Hingbo I am looking at you. At least use 
someone else dorm when you download the same version of Wordmate 34 times).

Al.

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To those trying to make their app look popular on AndAppStore.com

by Muthu Ramadoss » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 15:57:12 GMT


 LOL.

Glad you are catching em.

/me runs looking for a dorm :-)) j/k



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