Do you know that there are a huge number of apps in the Android app store that are banned by Google over copyright and other law infringement issues like rooting and super user access? However, the developers of the custom hand-made ROM CyanogenMod are thinking of giving their users the best feature in their custom ROM, the black market for the download of apps that have been banned from the Google App store, so that will allow you to download all the apps that have been developed by all the developers everywhere in the world whether banned or available for download from the official Google app store.
The app is going to be on the lines of any other app store in the Android market only that it will be having only the apps that have been banned from the Android market. The developer by the name of Kaoushik Dutta is building the new app store which will contain 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. The developer is also known by the name of Koush and proposed the idea earlier this month and received a humongous response in the favor of the app store. Few days back the developer posted update of the store showing an early version of the store that is still in progress. The developer is well known in the field of Android hacking and has also been a part of the CyanogenMod development team, the guy is the sole developer of the ClockworkMod.
Rooting as most of the member of the Android clan would already know is an illegal action well not exactly but according to the Google-holics it always is and will be. The developers of the Android freedom clan are not in agreement with these other members and say that rooting of the phone will essentially bring out the monster that Google has only bounded in its chains. Although it is still quite a risky task that can easily convert your phone into a 100 grams paperweight, with the help of such banned apps it has become a really easy task which can be carried out even by somebody who does not even know the meaning of rooting correctly.
There are over 1 million users of the CyanogenMod community which is quite a sizable number that will be benefiting from the new Black Android app store. At this point in time we are not totally sure what exactly will be the impact on the Android community but it is quite sure that they will be lured towards a free app store where things will be freer than they ever were. It is also not known whether this will be completed in the next month and if completed will it be available in all the customized ROMS or just the CyanogenMod. But it will be a real nice development to look after.