Fake Apple iMovie, iPhoto and GarageBand Apps Available on Google Play Store

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  • 18 Nov 2012
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  • Do you envy the iOS device owners who get to play with a pretty decent iWork suite? Well, if you woke up this morning to a Google Play Store filled with the famous Apple apps, know that they’re fake. The likes of iMovie, iPhoto, GarageBand and iWork are available in the Play Store, but they are not the official Apple apps.

    They’re 100% not the Apple made applications and I wouldn’t be surprised if they required one permission too many and they contained malware. The list of apps that was supposedly uploaded by Apple Inc includes the iWork productivity suite, including Keynote, Numbers and Pages. If you want to see who this “Apple Inc” actually is, you’re redirected to the Apple.com page, but he email address android@apple.com is not valid, so basically keep away from the fakes!

    There was even one user who tried the iPhoto app and reviewed it, giving it a 1 star review and saying it won’t open, saying it’s not connected to the Internet, when it actually is. I hope that Google will find some time to get rid of these clearly malicious apps, since it’s trying to eliminate their poor image of a malware filled Android.

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    SOURCE: Android Authority
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