I Need A Good App Site

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    I've been searching for good App Sites (Alternatives to Itunes).

    I love this one: theappaddict dot com (I can't post links apparently)?

    What do you guys think? Is this good or is there another you prefer? I found them on Facebook so wasn't sure?
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    Unless you have a jailbroken iPad,the only place where you can purchase and download apps it the iTunes app store.
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    I checked out the website and what it does is act as a search engine to help make it easier to find the apps you may be interested in. When you click the download button on one of the apps,you are transferred to the iTunes app store to make the actual purchase.
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    There really aren't any legal alternatives to iTunes. What there are are sites such as what you found - app shopping aggregators, as it were. That actually looks like a pretty good one. And, there's an app for this site on the App Store, which makes it easier to search.

    There are several sites that do this type of service, as well as several apps. Some of the apps that people use are Chomp, Discovr Apps, AppShopper, App Deals, App Smart, AppMiner and too many more to keep listing out.

    So, yeah, there's big business in looking for apps. The hardest thing is finding the search tool that works best for you. Hopefully, some of these will work ...

    Marilyn

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