The Apple Store is dominated by free and cheap apps, but there are also quite a few select apps that sport exorbitant price tags. Here is a look at 9 expensive apps that are priced at $999.99. These apps actually worth more then the iPhone itself. Have you downloaded any of these apps? Share your experiences.
1. VIP Black VIP Black is known as ‘The Millionaire’s App’ and you have to certify that your net worth is in excess of £1 million. The app offers instant ViP-status hookups for pretty much anything.
2. BarMax CA
BarMax CA, created by Harvard Law School alumni, is a leading comprehensive California bar exam review course with the highest overall pass rates
Agro Agro App developed by Ezi APP is functional yet user friendly and has been tried and tested by agronomists, large corporations and is widely accepted by farmers.
4. MobiGage NDI
MobiGage is a metrology iPhone application used for the inspection of manufactured parts and assemblies.
QSFFStats app will allow you to keep track of Flag Football stats for all passing leagues.
6. vueCAD Pro
vueCAD is a professional, mobile CAD viewer and mark-up application.
app.Cash This app by visiomatic turns iPhone / iPad into a cashier for all purposes.
CyberTuner Reyburn CyberTuner, the pro piano technician’s gold standard tuning software tool for over 17 years.This is a professional piano technicians’ tuning tool and is priced accordingly.
9. Beehive GIMO
Beehive is a business intelligence application tailor made for the gaming industry, featuring real time widgets, covering all aspects of the business
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10. Vizzywig 4K Turn your iPhone 5S into a 4K motion video camera, 4K editor and 4K distribution platform with Vizzywig 4K by i4software. Rather than capturing video, VZ4K captures full 4K resolution photos at the rate of 24 photos per second along with synched audio. Edit, add 4K transitions, titles, scrolling credits and background music and upload straight to YouTube in full 4K.
The best part is that the App Store has a maximum price limit of $1000 for an app.