"Corporation of Good" has made quite a breakthrough on the way to improving the security of Android-devices, and at the same time to prevent their unauthorized use. From now on, developers of Android-applications are allowed to sign them with a special digital identifier. This unique key or the so-called DRM-protection will not allow you to download the program from the application store, and then transfer its installation file to another one. More precisely, you can transfer to other people as many as you like, but only install the program does not work - you have to buy.
According to some observers, Google in the future can lay down a software-level check of DRM-protection in the operating system and then all pirated versions of programs that do not have a corresponding digital signature will be automatically blocked by the system even without an Internet connection.