September 29, 2009
Ever wondered what the most expensive iPhone apps are? We’ve got the answers. From surveillance command centers to an app for car repair reports, we certainly hope these apps are as good as they claim because they sure are pricey. With the typical price for an app at $.99 and with only about .002% of apps selling for more than $50, these apps definitely break the App Store bank.
Want to buy our Top 10 list? It’ll cost you $4,169.90. Want to buy the 200 most expensive apps on the store? That’ll be $21,973.
1. iRa Pro - $899.99
Got $900 dollars you need to burn? There’s an app for that. iRa Pro functions as a mobile command center for your surveillance cameras. It allows multiple live video feeds and allows you to manage cameras through a digital management server. We didn’t try this app out for ourselves because we have no video surveillance system and no desire to spend $899.99 on one app, but we certainly hope it does a good job.
2. iRa Direct – $499.99
Video surveillance sure is pricey.
3. MATG – SAP BusinessOne – $449.99
Now I know why I have to pay my accountant so much. This app allows you to access financial and accounting information from the SAP Business One financial system.
4. MATG – Dynamics GP – $449.99
Similar to above, also integrates with financial software.
5. PDR Quote – $349.99
Business Management Software ideal for PDR or Auto mobile repairs that creates invoices from the iPhone. And darn good invoices, we hope. To top if off, there appears to be a lite version of this software available for free.
6. Mobile Cam Viewer Enterprise Basic Version- $349.99
Yet another video surveillance app.
7. iCar Quote – $349.99
Quotes and invoicing for car repair shops.
8. Lexi-Complete – $299.99
Lexi-Complete is a medical database available for doctors.
9. Lexi-Dental Complete – $299.99
A medical database for dentists.
10. Lexi – Select Medical Database – $219.99
Another medical database for doctors.
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