Did you know the iTunes app store used to limit the price of an app to $999.99? Surprisingly, there are now some apps that cost that much AND people actually downloaded them. There are many apps in that price range that have NEVER been downloaded – no surprise there. In our search for the most expensive app, we found only one over the ever so popular threshold of $999.99. Read on to find out which one!
Top 6 most expensive apps in the iTunes store
CyberTuner – a $999.99 app that has 64 reviews. Cyber Tuner is for piano tuners, an amazing tool that you can bring with you, where you go now that it’s on your phone.
MobiGage NDI – a $999.99 app that is used for the inspection of manufactured parts and assemblies. Even factories are getting into the 21st century with making factory maintenance a task done on ones mobile phone. No longer are expensive salaried employees kept around to test the plant, a general manager can do it from his or her iPhone.
QSFFStats – a $999.99 app that is used for flag football leagues. I kid you not, it’ll track your team stats….for a cool thousand dollars. Do let us know what you think of this one if you download it!
vueCAD Pro – for $999.99 you get an app that does native CAD design, 3D visualizations and markup. Cool!
Agro – a $999.99 app that allows agronomists to store client information, chemical requirements, crops and pest information, create and simultaneously email local suppliers to prepare and hold chemicals required, eliminate the need to use an office to produce reports. They even say it’ll save up to 15 hours per week for “corporate” users. That’s a lot of episodes of Judge Judy!
And finally the app that increased the limit on the cost of a single app: iVIP Black is the most expensive app we could find.
iVIP Black – a $1,199.99 app that still have no reviews (possibly because no one downloaded it yet). The app seems promising, with a VIP status you’ll get special treatment, access to private chefs, access to private clubs and GEO notifications for any other “VIP” deals. Seems a little too rich for my blood.
What was our most expensive app purchase in the KSP office?
That would go to Kevin and the ForeFlight Mobile App. The app is free but the in app purchases are around $150 for the US version and the Canadian version, making a total of just over $300. Not bad for an amateur pilot!