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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by droidavie, Jan 24, 2010.
What are your 3 most expensive application, and are they worth it?
I know that there was one app that costed 1,000 dollars on the app store and all it was was a picture of a diamond. One guy actually bought it. Idiot. Haha
Touchdown and Docs to Go....Both worth every penny...
I only have 3 paid apps at the moment, so I guess they are my most expensive ones:
Touchdown 19.99 - overpriced but I need the functionality I get from it, the built in email app is hopeless
Weather Widgets Donate - 0.99 or 1.99 cant remember, anyway well worth it
Grid Calendar - 0.99 - dont like it or use it anymore
Dogcatcher - $7.99 (I think). I used a number of free podcast app, but this one is the best and worth the money.
It's the only paid app I use.
Docs to Go. Was worth it when I bought it before I was laid off my job. I expect it will eb worth it again when I am employed again, so money well spent even though I am not using it now.
Touchdown. See above. Will be worth it if whatever job I get is a Microsoft Exchange shop. If I wind up in an IBM shop, then it will have been a waste since I only got to use it for three days before losing my job, but if you need to work with Exchange, absolutely worth every penny. Works dramatically better than the built in Exchange integration, and even if your employer doesn't support M$ Push, it will work as long as they have Exchange Web Access.
Locale. Worth every penny, even with the need to purchase additional plugins for all the functionality I wanted.
Documents To Go
Note Everything Pro
Viamici $10 ( see here ) totally worth it.
I have one app that I paid for... PDANet.
Worth. Every. Penny.
For what it's worth I would gladly pay the mobile broadband smartphone fee. But I refuse to pay for a separate dongle and $60 per month. That's weak.
Gameboid emulator 4.oo absolutely worth it.
Dxtop 1.99? I think. Deff worth it
Beautiful widgets was the same price, I think and its awesome.