That site rips off developers in the worst way. Not only do they rip off games and distribute them illegally but they make a profit from it as well. It's bad enough when someone shares a program or a game with people at no charge but when you start profiting from your sketchy behavior it really destroys any argument you might have made (providing people trial use, fair use, etc). I won't claim total innocence when it comes to downloading a TV show or maybe a program I want to test out before I buy but I would not feel very good about paying some shady character money in order for him to sell me ripped off software. Just my 2c. Seriously? I traded my old Touch Pro to a dude off craigslist for an iPod Touch and that thing was loaded with pirated games and apps. He even showed me how to do it if I had wanted to. It was a simple one-click jailbreak and a couple of quick app installs to allow installation from pirated package files that are all over the net. iPhone gets better games because until recently it had by far the largest install base of any single mobile platform with decent graphics hardware, not to mention very small hardware set which makes development easier and a simple way to monetize your creations.