Popular Gaming Emulator Removed from Android Market With No Warning

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It comes as a surprise to the Android gamers as the most popular gaming console emulators like Nesoid, Snesoid, Gensoid, N64oid, Ataroid, Gearoid and Gameboid. These paid apps are among the highest rank ones.

These apps are removed from Android Market with no prior warning, just like that without a trace. Google might have disagreed something which they should have warned. The developer of these apps yongzh, is left with a shock and he has confirmed that his developer account has been removed and his apps pulled without warning cutting off his primary source of income. He also told that his mail box is poring with worried email from customers.

For his customers yongzh has already migrated a number of emulators to third-party app store SlideME, where it is available for free currently and also allows existing customers to get updates without payment.

If you want to download the app for free, now is the time. But we really hope that a truce be made and developers rights should be protected.

Download the emulators from SlideMe.

via engadget

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