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Previously we shared a story detailing a great idea from "Koush" of the CyanogenMod team to create an app store that is geared primarily toward developers. We have interesting news regarding that story. Kousik Dutta decided to proceed with the idea and is currently developing an app store for banned apps and more. Apparently, he got so many positive responses to his idea that he felt compelled to make it happen. Here's a quote from the TechCrunch article with some additional details about the project,
An Android developer by the name of Kousik Dutta is building an alternative Android app store which will house the apps that have been banned from Google’s official Android Market. These will include the custom ROMs (customized versions of the Android OS), classic gaming emulators pulled due to copyright complaints, unofficial tethering apps removed at the behest of mobile operators, Visual Voicemail apps, one-click rooting apps, and more.
Source: TechCrunch and Google+ - Koush