Apps are awesome and everybody knows that.
What’s not to love about living in a high-tech world where little boxes in our smartphones can do anything for us? From calling us a taxi to delivering our groceries with the click of a button, apps make life easier.
What’s even better is that most of these applications are totally free, while some of them have a minimal charge.
However, there are a few apps that are not cheap at all. Actually, they’re really expensive. And the worst part is that some of them are totally useless too.
Here are 25 of the most ludicrously expensive apps you can download today … but we wouldn’t advise you to buy any of them if you don’t really need them for business purposes.
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Crestron Mobile Pro
This app helps users to control their home’s entertainment and environmental systems from their iPhone or iPad.
It uses 4G or Wi-Fi communication to keep the user connected at home, in the office, and on the go.
If you’re unable (or too lazy) to do any of these things manually, then you have the option to pay $100 and Crestron Mobile Pro will take care of everything.
Sexy Finger Print Test HD
There’s an app that can tell you how sexy you are during the day, or what the perfect time is for you to flirt.
The assessment is apparently based on the pressure and temperature of your finger (neither of which the iPhone can actually measure).
Still, if you’re willing to pay a hundred bucks to download it, you may improve your flirting skills.
Zollinger's Atlas of Surgery
For more than fifty years, Zollinger’s Atlas of Surgical Operations has been the ultimate guide for those performing common surgeries, demonstrating safe and well-known techniques.
Its tenth edition expands the content to include 19 new operations and it’s available (App Store) to download for only $120.
The app is easy to navigate, allowing you to browse the contents or search for topics.
Super Color Runner
Super Color Runner is a unique take on the popular game style that involves line running.
Rather than running down a single endless path, you have to fill up four paths with energy in this game. Along the way, you collect pellets and run through batteries to stay alive.
The only bad thing about this game is that it costs $200 to download, which is about $200 more expensive than many free line-running games out there.
Are you sick of paying ridiculous fees for in-flight Internet? Worry not.
The creators of BizjetMobile claim that their product is the only app in the world to offer an in-flight connectivity system that utilizes Bluetooth Smart technology and Iridium to simultaneously connect pilots and passengers with the outside world.
All you have to do is pay $250 and you’re ready to fly in style.