The three creators of the software say the tool has not been designed for the piracy of applications. Rather, it’s been made to “enable and create WP7 homebrew applications that cannot be submitted to the Marketplace in the first place.” That includes applications that make use of private, or native application programming interfaces, as well as ones that do not meet Microsoft’s content guidelines and technical certification requirements–all things that would keep them from making the cut.
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