A year ago Jnes got suspended from the Google Play, and despite an appeal they were not willing to change this. The entire transition from having a well regarded app to nothing was jarring given countless hours spent coding. I tried to forget about this and focus on other things for a while.
Figuring out how to move forward from here was a tricky puzzle others have experienced. In my case, I didn't want to change the app or alienate anyone who funded development by purchasing it. However after a year of watching Jnes sit on the shelf, I decided to publish a free version with the all the base functionality you would expect from an emulator, there is an in-app purchase for extra features like Bluetooth Netplay. You can download the new beta release here
I felt this approach was the simplest compromise to make Jnes available again and let more people enjoy it. I'm hopeful changes I've made to the app, and Google improving it's developer support, will make this unlikely to happen again, but there are no guarantees. A special thanks to everyone who supported Jnes on the Android previously, this wouldn't have been possible with you. Whether you buy the extra features or not, I know you'll enjoy using this app to play games, please let me know.
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