But I know that this here will not end good in any way. For neither of the two involved.
We’ve had our share of dealing with guerilla tactics in the past. Bad reviews on VersionTracker and MacUpdate, so-called fans of competing applications hijacking “our” review pages in order to promote their beloved app.
My first impulse has always been to go against these types, but then again I didn’t want to spend my time arguing with idiots over advertising disguised as user comments. There’s just no way whatsoever to get to an agreement on that matter. If anything, all you get is bad press and additional downgrading comments from hyped fanboys.
Now, going to court over something like this is just crazy, even if it shows how much money is to be made off the current iPhone market.
Sure blows. Dunno…