Love it! There comes a time when every developer destroys their app somewhere down the line, either selling out to advertising, or just gets stupid from too much beer drinking. So I always save the .apk just in case. This app can prevent google playstore from recognizing it for an update! Great work.
Great Idea! I use old apps, but I couldn't get this to work. I followed instruction but found them vague. Maybe it's over my head. So I just avoid the update prompts. Wish it had worked, or I could figure it out.
Used to work It tries to create a valid signature and it works sometimes. Lately it has been causing an apk that was working to stop working after re-signing, even when I had left its contents exactly the same.
Perfect for what I needed it for I needed to unlink an app from the market so I wouldn't be pestered with updates. (TB is unable to do this permanently. ) Signing the APK did the job. Thanks for the great work dev!
Works perfect Tired if getting updates for certain apps, this is the best way to mitigate the issue. Modifying the Play database is only a temporary fix, this on the other had is permanent. Great app
This is one of those 1 star apps that could so easily be a 5 star app. The difference is the discrepancy between an app that doesn't work at all and one that does exactly what it's supposed to. ZipSigner consistently produces packages that the system complains it cannot parse, so obviously they can't be installed either. That makes ZipSigner, well, completely useless, unfortunately. I'm not aware of anything else like it, however, so I'm hoping the developer will emerge from the shadows one day to give the app a much needed update and fix its problems. If that were to happen, my rating would probably quadruple.
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