iPad Whats the most expensive app/game in the App store?

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Monopoly, Dec 24, 2008.

  1. Monopoly

    Monopoly Well-Known Member

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  2. supg328911

    supg328911 Well-Known Member

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    pro ping pong player!!!!
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    omg why would you pay $900 for that :confused:

    WAHOO 1 more post until im a senior member
     
  3. CloneWars

    CloneWars Well-Known Member

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    There was I am Rich, which was 999.99
     
  4. CrispsInnOut

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    If the app does what it says in a stable and secure way in order for it to be usefull for security, then it's not that overpriced (but then it should include support packages etc. etc.).

    They need to make money on the software they develop, and their software seems to be targetting businesses.
     
  5. istopmotion

    istopmotion Well-Known Member

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    You're correct, but really... However convenient this app may be, how likely is it that you'll actually need it for job??
     
  6. CrispsInnOut

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    If I were to protect something of value, I would prefer night guards to have that kind of mobile access to the security feed. Well, it seems you can control the cameras from the app as well. Quite cool.
     
  7. brewstermax

    brewstermax Well-Known Member

    Well. I mean really, at that price, I'm sure that you could get a dedicated device for viewing cameras. Its pretty useless really, and only medium sized businesses would even consider it.
     
  8. istopmotion

    istopmotion Well-Known Member

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    EXACTLY! This is what I was trying to tell someone on another thread, yet they kept fighting me about it.
     
  9. brewstermax

    brewstermax Well-Known Member

    How could you even argue? A large business is going to have guards AND dedicated devices, and a small business doesn't have the infrastructure to be able to use the app. A medium business may find some use, but would be better off with dedicated devices OR a guard. I could see them using this if they process something valuable or in limited supply.
     
  10. CrispsInnOut

    CrispsInnOut Member

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    Allright point taken.
    It'd make sense if you could pay that and use it over multiple devices, but you can't.
     
  11. Paulio

    Paulio Well-Known Member

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    You can.

    Called buy on one account, download on all the iDevice's necessary.
     
  12. isimon1207

    isimon1207 Active Member

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    Dude if i was unbelievably rich and had a massive estate with security cameras I would definitely buy this app simply for convenience.
     

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