Preventing Android app piracy possible, but requires diligence, planning

Android application piracy is a real problem in the mobile app industry, but developers do have options to minimize its impact on their monetization strategies. And in most instances, it does not involve closing Android development door for good--if at all. Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) has recently taken steps to root out piracy: It recently announced changes to its Play developer program aimed at one form of piracy--knock-off or copycat apps. At the same time, though, developers need to understand piracy and how they're being impacted. How can developers fight back? Find out in this FierceDeveloper special report.

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