You just won the lottery and you don’t know how to spend that money? Oh yeah, geeks often have trouble with that given the exotic tastes that we have when it comes to gadgets and gizmos. Well, you can either send some of the money to us, or, you can spend a few thousand dollars on some amazing Android apps. What? Apps? I mean yeah, usually an app costs around $2 or at the most $9; but apps worth more than $100? Sounds crazy right?
Well, it is crazy. The Google Play Store is inundated with apps having prices that range from zero to $200 making it a goldmine not only for developers but also for the big G. So, if you’re looking to spend your hard-earned (or lottery-won) cash on some useful (and useless) Android apps, here’s a list of the most expensive ones in the Play Store.
If you’re one of those people who want to show to the world that they can buy anything they want, then Got Cash? is just the right app for you. Priced at a whopping $200, this app does nothing. Yeah, it does nothing except proving to the world that you have enough cash to spend on a useless application. Unless you’re criminally insane or a frustrated ex-banker who wants to relive the pre-recession era, we would strongly recommend you not to install this app.
100 Dollar App
The hundred dollar app is another app that lets you vaunt your hard-earned money to fellow Android users. Doing absolutely nothing except taking up disk space, this application is again, as useless as the aforementioned Got Cash? app. Do not purchase it unless you’re on a wild spending spree.
Most Expensive App International
Another useless app on the list is Most Expensive App International. Costing around $200, this app has actually been installed by 1 or 2 people. Well, who are we to judge?
MBE Preparation e-BarReview
Costing around $200, this app differs from all the aforementioned apps by actually doing something for the user. The app lets you prepare for the Bar exam with its simulated exam mode, practice mode, and question / answer mode. MPE Prep comes with over 1000 questions, officially licensed from the NCBEX along with full explanations to each question.
Dominate the Bar!
Another useful app for students to help prepare for their bar exams is Dominate the Bar! Costing about 100 dollars, Dominate the Bar! is a study aid for multi-state portion of the Bar exam. The app covers Constitutional Law, Contracts & Sales, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Real Property and Torts. There are also 900 flash cards to help you memorize better before the exam.
Mobile Accessibility US
One of the most useful and innovative apps on the list is Mobile Accessibility US. It is a $100 app designed especially for the blind or for those who have low vision. A suite of 10 essential applications ranging from SMS to Calendar, Mobile Accessibility also allows to connect the app to your Braille display. Once installed, visually impaired users would be able to make phone calls, send and read SMSes, access calendar, and access the web.
There is also a Where Am I? app that gives you updates based on your current location. Overall, it is a great app for all the visually impaired Android users out there.
Costing around $160, Emergency Central is an innovative app designed for Medical professionals. Apart from giving drug and disease information, it also gives 5-Minute emergency medicine consultation, along with access to Davis’s Drug Guide, Diagnosaurus DDx, Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests, and MEDLINE Journals.
If you happen to know other super expensive Android apps, you may share them with us via comment.
Written by: Abhishek, a regular TechSource contributor and a long-time FOSS advocate.