Media Center legit?

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  1. chpunk macrumors newbie

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    So I found this app media center http://mediacenter.peafone.com/ which was 99 cents but dropped down and is now free. Today I found Media Downloader which looks to be the same app http://appshopper.com/productivity/mobile-downloader I also found some other apps that look to be the same. Neither have reviews which worries me. Any thoughts or info?
     
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    Nothing?
     
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    Yea but I want to know if those apps are legit or not . They seem sketchy
     
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    I have a app called "Downloads" but it's paid. There is a free one to.

    You can't download everything like google chrome and other things. You can download somethings. Like music and movies. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/downloads-downloader-download/id343307433?mt=8

    This one can download youtube videos http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id399192753?mt=8

    Both paid, but I would think that those free ones would work. Those two I use.
     
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    They seem kind of sketchy though
     
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    Just try the free ones, nothing can really go wrong.
     
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    Well I could have info stolen lol
     

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