If you are an app developer, you probably know all about the prices that apps may reach on Play Store, but if you are not into this field, you will be shocked by the money involved in some of the most expensive Android apps.
To people who are one of those smartphone owners who have never bought an app in their entire life, this list will show the other side; there are apps that may cost the whole fortune and those who decide they must have them, pay for them regularly.
Those apps may include games, that is, the greatest number of most expensive apps are actually games, as it has been proven that gamers are willing to pay a lot just to get a new game or upgrade the one they have already had. So, read our list to see what people spend their money on online, and learn more about the most expensive Android apps.
If you want to download this app from the Google Play Store, you will need to pay $200. This is a runner game, with lots of interesting features, although we are still not sure whether it’s worth this money.
This app may be downloaded for the same price, as the previous one, so if you have an extra $200 and you want to purchase a game, maybe this should be your choice. It has been designed during the FIFA World Cup 2010 and is definitely interesting to all those football lovers.
It’s not all about the games, as there are many useful apps on the Google Play Store, although not all of them cost $249.99, like this one. This application is all about common surgical procedures, more precisely, 230 of them, and is very useful for medical students.
This is one of the ridiculous apps on the Play Store, as it does not offer anything, being designed only to take your money away, more precisely – $384.99. It’s now available in the Store, so be careful what you download!
Another ridiculous app that costs $400 each, and $2400 total has taken the expensive to a whole new level. The features of this app are none, as it only provides you with a shiny widget once you download it. Is it worth it? Definitely not!
It’s literally called like that and it costs $400. This is yet another application designed only to take your money away, as it provides you with nothing but a shiny diamond on your display.
This app contains detailed information on Urogynaecology, Gynaecological surgery/oncology, and operations of other organs, and it may be very useful for medical students and young doctors. It focuses on most commonly performed procedures with emphasis on evidence-based decision making and the use of laparoscopy in diagnostic and surgical procedures, and it will cost you around $180.