HackStore - Cydia for Mac!

By: Unknown, April 27, 2012
Cydia for iPhone has been obviously going really popular, and the purpose of Cydia is to allow owners of iOS devices download apps which have not been accepted by the App Store, mainly because they are tweaks. A few days ago, HackStore has been released. This is basically a Cydia version for Mac. It obviously doesn't have the tweaks you will find in Cydia, but it is a store to download apps that have not been accepted in the Mac App Store for any reason. >

 As you can see from the image above, the HackStore has no pirated apps, just to stay on the safe side. 

The developer of teh HackStore claims that:
"The biggest Mac Appstore problem is that they limit their users in everything, without giving an opportunity to expand these limits. This is not correct, because  ONLY users should decide which applications they should install and which one do not.
We think, HackStore, it is a break through the narrow confines of Mac Appstore. A lot of good applications should be created and promoted but if they will never come to AppStore they will be not popular at all, so we have created HackStore!
The motto of our application - «No piracy apps here, forever and ever», so the cracked and piracy apps I am the HackStore application developer. This program for me is the epitome of Cydia for iOS, but on a Mac OS. This means that in our app will be applications and tweaks for Mac OS, which is not in the Mac AppStore, or for any reason they have not posted there."

 Here are a couple of screenshots of the app:

I personally think that the Hack Store could grow really successful just like Cydia, but the problem is I did not see it spreading all over the internet, but is should be soon.
Anyway you can download the HackStore by clicking here. And you can view its official website here. As I said, the HackStore has not quickly spread through blogs on the internet, however it could succeed just like Cydia did. The question for you is, do you think it will?

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