The United States Department of Justice reported that the website Appbucket.net provided pirated copies of Android mobile apps to users. In the plea agreement with the websites two founders, criminal justice officials stated that over 1 million pirated apps were illegally downloaded from the website. The value of the downloads was over $700,000, according to prosecutors.
Another website providing pirated Android apps was SnappzMarket.com, which was also seized by criminal justice agencies in 2012. The website reportedly allowed over 1 million illegal downloads of pirated apps that were valued at $1.7 Million.
Source: Chris Welch, “Justice Department lands first ever convictions against mobile app pirates,” The Verge, March 24, 2014.