Droid Market

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  1. MiAmigoMick

    MiAmigoMick New Member

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    I've only had my Droid 2 for about a month.
    I have bought any apps yet, one of the reasons is because I want to know what the ~ symbol next to the price means?
    I've looked and looked but I can't find the answer.
     
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    That's the about symbol.
     
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    GTunes for DroidX

    When I go to load GTunes on my Droidx, it can not find the application. Yet a friend has this on his Droid (not the X). What gives? Thanks for any help out there! Nancy
     
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    MiAmigoMick New Member

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    So the price isn't set in stone?
    I was worried it meant I would be charged that price every month.
    Are there any apps that do charge every month?
     
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    DF Smod Silver Member

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    Applications in the Market are a one time fee, they are also associated with your Google Account so they will follow you forever :)
     
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    The ~ is because that app was put onto the market with a foreign currency and the reason its an approximation on the price is dependent on the exchange rate.