Top 10 Most Expensive Apps In The World: Stunning Prices of CyberTuner & Abu Moo

Most mobile device users get on with just free apps for a number of purposes, ranging from personal enjoyment, commerce, learning, security, and more. That said, the best apps do come with price tags and a number of them are priced outrageously. While the best things in life are free, it looks like the same can’t be said when it comes to mobile apps.

Google’s Android operating system is dominating the mobile device markets in terms of having the largest volume of users and compatible third mobile apps, mainly because most smartphone and tablet manufacturers find the operating system friendly and its commands easy to configure. But that doesn’t mean Apple’s iOS is lagging behind when it comes to pricey apps.

As the world of mobile communication and internet continues to evolve, it is not surprising that new pricey apps pop up on a daily basis. In this article we list 10 most expensive Android and iOS apps that have really high price tags and definitely go beyond the budget of and average smartphone user.

10. iDIA: Diagnostic Imaging Atlas – $399.99

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A perfect app for pet owners who own small pets or for people who work with animals in general yet have little understanding of animal diseases. The iDIA – Diagnostic Imaging Atlas, Small Animal helps channel out your inner veterinarian.

This app, which will set you back $399.99, gives animal owners and workers a detailed and graphical explanation of various diagnoses. Using high quality graphics, you can easily understand what ails your Chihuahua in no time.

9. DDS GP Yes! – $499.99

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If you are a dental health professional, then perhaps the DDS GP Yes! app for iPhones and iPads will be of interest. This expensive app, priced at $499.99, enables dentists to explain treatment plans to their patients via an informative visual display.

The app has proven handy in the hands of many dentists who are iPhone users. More than 200 demonstrations are available and ready to be conveyed to patients, according to the app’s official website. The procedures include treatments for tooth decay, cracks, dental surgeries, and cosmetic dentistry to mention a few.

8. GunBros Apathy Bear – $600

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While GunBros is technically a free gaming app for iPhone and iPad users, there is an in-app purchase that may raise your eyebrows for a moment. Game developer Glu Games has created a special character called Apathy Bear, which can be acquired if you shell out $600. The character can simultaneously fire 11 bullets and each projectile is designed to deal 4,000 damage points, so it’s a serious thing for a serious mobile gamer who needs an edge over its rivals.

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7. The Alchemist SMS – $999.99

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If you are working in the metal industry, specifically in scrap management and recycling, and you are using an Apple smartphone, you will love the Alchemist app. Available for $999.99, this program provides users with a way to successfully reduce raw material expenses.

Basically, the Alchemist will help users come up with a “Charge” mix based on the metals available in their inventory to pre-define chemistries and specifications of steel alloys. Other tools also aid in the management of the metal inventory such as importing and exporting steel catalogs and more.

6. QSFFStats – $999.99

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Launched in 2011, the QSFFStats is developed for the hardcore football fans out there who want to keep themselves updated with the stats for all passing leagues and upload play-by-play stats by via email. The app offers nothing significant in terms of functionality, which is surprising given its expensive price tag.

5. VueCAD Pro – $1,000

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A specialized utility app intended for engineers and designers, the VueCAD Pro offers them an awesome application that allows to deconstruct a design, piece by piece, and implement modifications to CADs using an iPhone or iPad.

4. BarMax California – $1,000

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The Bar Exam is undoubtedly one of the hardest tests ever designed for the human mind. If you are aiming to pass that, then investing in BarMax California may seem to be a good idea. Designed by a Harvard Law alumn, BarMax California is loaded with lectures from law professors and questions from past Bar exams. A consistent fixture in the top 40 educational apps in iTunes, BarMax California is the only app that is deemed as the comprehensive guide for Bar takers.

3. Alpha-Trader – $1,000

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For those who love to gamble and trade in the stock market, Alpha Trader will certainly be a way to get that significant edge. The app is described as a a “fully integrated investment trading suite” in the iTunes store and boasts a vast selection of trading tools designed for investors and investment professionals.

With a host of portfolio management features and functionalities, Alpha Trade makes stock market trading easy. Among the benefits it brings are real time stock numbers as well as updated spreadsheets of performance indicators.

2. CyberTuner – $1,000

Expensive App_2There is no denying that pianos are among the most complicated musical instruments out there. There is also no surprise that pianos require expert care and maintenance, which is why piano technicians need to be on top of their game when servicing pianos.

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CyberTuner is the creation of a registered piano technician member of the PTG who says his product is an app way superior to more popular piano tuning software. On top of the expnesive $1,000 price tag, subscribers also need to pay for Cybercare ($80) every month for updates and news.

1. Abu Moo Collection – $1,200

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If you are filthy rich and you don’t have any idea on how to spend your money, then why don’t you purchase a pack of the most useless Android apps? The Abu Moo Collection is a series of applications that does nothing but adorn your home screen with a gem stone. Each gem stone is worth $200 and if you want to complete the collection, then you need to shell out $1,200.

Show your gem stone to your friends and tell them just how rich you really are. Just don’t be surprised if all of them decide to tell you you’re a douche and punch you in the face.

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