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The 12 Most Expensive Apple (AAPL) Apps in the Market

Ever wondered which are the most expensive Apple apps in the market? It is no news that the app market for mobile devices is getting larger every day. Technology develops, and our usage of its solutions increases. While users develop new needs and requests, application and software developers work to meet these demands. Yet the market, as we know, doesn’t always follow users’ preferences but rather it sets the trends, creating demand for new products and services. Therefore, as the market grows so does its price tag.



Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s App Store has millions of different applications. Some of them are pretty awesome, with advanced software and design, while others of course are rather poor and useless. Apple’s App Store is dominated by free and cheap apps. We have already compiled a list featuring the Top 9 Most Popular Free iPhone Apps, which includes some of the most downloaded free applications, such as Candy Crush Saga, Vine, the video app developed by Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR), and Instagram.

This time we have gathered some of the 12 most expensive Apple apps in the market. Some of them you might have heard of, and are definitely worth their price, while others do not justify the over-the-top price. If you never thought you could spend more on an application than on the actual phone you are using to download it, well then you should check out this list and find out about these far-from-being-gratis apps.


No. 12 Mobile Cam Viewer – $349.99

Like other monitoring systems, Mobile Cam Viewer allows users to control NVR, DVR or Video Server surveillance systems.

No. 11 PDR Quote – $349.99

If you are an automobile fan, PDR Quote, Paintless Dent Repair, helps users get access to a database of over 900 automobile makes and models.

No. 10 Buddy Repperton Gold – $400

This application has been designed especially for those who love both gambling, and sports. Football, basketball, baseball, this app allows users to take on the world of sports and bet on every team.

No. 9 MATG (MyAccountsToGo) – $449.99

My Accounts To Go combines two different applications: SAP BusinessOne and Dynamics GP. These apps allow access to their respective financial management systems and may be synced via secure FTP, HTTP or HTTPS.

No. 8 iRa Pro – $899.99

This application was designed especially for security professionals who need to maintain unlimited mobility. It allows users to monitor IP-based surveillance equipment, while it interfaces with a video management server.

And sharing the number 1 spot of the most expensive Apple apps in the market are seven apps worth $999.99; check them out on the following pages.

No. 7 BarMax CA – $999.99

BarMax CA is the first of them. Created by Harvard Law School students, this application helps aspiring lawyers pass the California bar exam. It compiles more than 50 hours of audio lectures from Harvard law professors, as well as any imaginable information needed for a student to pass the test.

No. 6 Alpha-Trader – $999.99

Another $999.99 available App is Alpha-Trader, a global trading suite for investment which provides real-time stock prices, price alerts, portfolio risk indications, and asset category charts.

No. 5 MobiGage NDI – $999.99

For those in the manufacturing business, MobiGage NDI is the perfect App. It allows users to create, edit and run measurement plans, made especially for inspecting manufactured parts and assemblies.

No. 4 Agro – $999.99

Agro, another thousand dollar application on the AppStore, was designed to suite agronomists’ needs. It gives its users the possibility to track inspections, chemicals, crops and pests on a farm.

No. 3 QSFFStats – $999.99

If you are crazy about football, or simply a millionaire, then QSFFStats is the app you’re looking for. This application lets you keep track of Flag Football stats for all passing leagues.

No. 2 CyberTuner  – $999.99

Regarding some professional needs, there is one application developed for piano tuners, which claims to be the most accurate and easy way to tune a piano: CyberTuner, with five star reviews.

No. 1 iVIP Black – $999.99

And the most popular “millionaire’s app”: iVIP Black. This app allows users to get VIP treatment from the company’s luxury partners. In order to use this application, you have to verify that you are a millionaire, by declaring you own more than $1 million, in British pounds (worth about 1.6 times the US dollar), and you’ll also need to visit the UK in order to take full advantage of the services offered by iVIP. The best thing about iVIP Black is that it can be customized to suit every user’s individual needs: whether you are into racehorse ownership, or fancy helicopters and VIP lounges, iVIP offers access to a number of exclusive goods and services.

So remember, if you are looking for some very specific solutions, or are just a millionaire and want to have some fun, check out these 12 most expensive Apple apps in the market, applications developed for you and provided by Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s App Store.

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