Worlds most expensive apps!

To download an app seldom require more money that you can fit in your average piggy bank and the most popular apps are often free – but there are exceptions. But are these apps really worth the money or are they just for show creating a buzz in this Apple world of hours. Well, you decide. But do you have what it takes? Here are three of the worlds most expensive apps:

1. iVIP Black, 199,99 USD

The idea behind this VIP app is tht users will be rewared with VIP treatment from the compabies various business partners. But it’s not enough to download it and pay the 199,99 USD. Once you’ve purchased the app, you’ll be asked to certify that you’re a “High Net Worth Individual” before you can make use of its services. If you’re still interested, you’ll find that iVIP offers access to a number of exclusive goods and services, such as a limited edition iVIP Black iPhone, penthouses in London and New York, private islands, racehorse ownership, helicopters and VIP lounges. Best of all, iVIP Black can be customized to suit your individual needs.

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2. Bar Max, 199,99 USD

BarMax LLC had a clear target group in mind when developing this app. This app delivers a complete and comprehensive study prep guide for law students studying for California’s bar exam. Packed with real MBE questions and esseys to help the students.

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3. QSFF Stats, 199,99 USD

There have probably never been more expensive to keep track on you favourite team with the help of apps. In QSFF Stats covers flag football with statistics including passing, recieving, yards etc. so that you can make professional analyses and even get it emailed 😉

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What do you think, something to download? Or do you have other apps qualified in this list?


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