How much should you expect to spend if you wanted to buy the ten most expensive apps for iPhone and iPad? The answer to this question could change on a monthly basis, although back in July of last year you would spend over $13,000 on the 16 most expensive apps. These included the millionaire’s app for $1,000, Intuition Control Solo WolfVision for $999.99, and a business app called Metrology NDI for $999.99.
These 16 apps can be seen in this article, not sure why anyone would pay almost $1,000 to compare mortgages, but there has been many updated lists since this one was published. T3 put together another list and this time in English pounds showing the likes of iDIA Diagnostic Imaging Atlas for £199.99, which we could see a need for especially veterinarians. You can see their list of 19 expensive apps here and it’s fair to say this second list has some more useful apps, which is why you see some lower prices at below £100/$150. The most we spent on an app was Proloquo2Go that’s currently priced at $189.99, although we did also pay over $60 for a TomTom app when it first released.
What’s the most you spent on an app for the iPhone or iPad?