I recently downloaded the free version of the gba, gbc, snes, and sega genesis apps on the marketplace, you know the ones with ''oid' at the end of the titles(the ones developed by yongz or whatever he/its called) they work fine and all, I checked the option in the phone settings which allows you to install "unknown sources" in the market place.
Anyways my points I'm trying to make, and they might be incredibly dumb questions is how is it possible that apps like these are available on the marketplace? Does google and/or verizon really approve of them??? I've read that its legal to download roms as long as you actually own the game so you wouldn't get in trouble, right? I mean who would really know?(if this case is true then maybe they trust the user to be responsible? idk..)
I'd like to purchase the full version of one or two of the emulators where they allow you to save the games but I feel a bit weird about it. Like.. who is the money really going too??(probably the developers) Would it be separate from your verizon bill or whatever... Honestly if I had my own credit card I might go right ahead but I don't and I'd have to ask my father(even if I pay using my own money) I know a bunch of people have bought these apps.. it just seems a bit unsettling of a thought and concept.
sorry if I really shouldn't be discussing these matters in this section.