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Apps have changed the dimension of the mobile phone from simply calling and sending text messages to another level. The Snake game on Nokia 6110 phone is the first mobile app, in the app history. Then in July 2008, Apple debuted its app store with 500 apps in it, and from then till now there are 1,252,777 apps available in the app store. 90 percent of apps in the app store are free of cost.
1. Abu Moo: $400 – $2,400
2. CyberTuner: $1,488.99
3. iVIP Black: $1399.99
4. LogMeIn Ignition: $1,261.99
5. BarMax – $1,000 (apple)
6. I Am Rich: $999.99
7. app.Cash: $999.99
8. QSFFStats: $999.99
9. DDS GP Yes!: $699.99
10. Verituner: $600
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Abu Moo holds first place in the top 10 useless expensive app list for its net worth of $2,400. Abu Moo is active in the Google play store since 2011. The Abu Moo app consists of 6 different apps, were each one cost $400. The six app collection of Abu Moo includes Black Diamond, Sapphire, Amethyst, Emerald, Aquamarine, and Ruby. In total, these apps have collected 30 installs and 7 ratings. The Black Diamond Abu Moo holds the highest install rate compared with other apps in the Abu Moo six app collections. This app does nothing but adds a different picture of gems such as Black Diamond, Sapphire, Amethyst, Emerald, Aquamarine, and Ruby to your phone's home screen after installing it. The Abu Moo app has gained huge popularity for its marketing strategy such as stating “here will be the shinning diamond” instead of adding screenshots of the app's actual look in the Google Play Store.
CyberTuner holds second place in the list of Top 10 useless expensive app list for its net worth of $1,488.99. The CyberTuner app was developed by Reyburn Piano Service, Inc. This app has been developed for three years which include one year of hardy testing by music expertise. It is available in seven languages such as English, Francois, Norsk, Nederland, Deutsch, Japanese, and Espanola. This app comes with an annual update subscription of around $109 every year after installing it once. CyberTuner is a piano tuning software since pianos were considered as one of the most complicated musical instruments. This app deals with the clarity of function, ease of use through features such as aural quality tuning. It also provides 24 hours customer support for the users to tune their piano.
Its developers describe it as the world’s first premium lifestyle mobile application. The app’s owners get access to unrivaled VIP treatment at all iVIP partner venues all over the world. The app’s main benefits include access to private jets, personal trainers, personal stylists, theaters, butlers, restaurants, exclusive restaurants, and on-demand concierge services.
Besides these, iVIP’s partner venues are handpicked using a strict selection process. It is worth noting that iVIP is not a booking or reservation portal but rather a collection of the world’s most exclusive brands, services, and venues. The app’s creators constantly refine, improve, increase, and update the available partners and privileges.
LogMeIn Ignition holds fourth place in the list of Top 10 useless expensive app list for its net worth of $1,261.99. LogMeIn Ignition was developed by LogMeIn, Inc company. Through simple login, the files and media in the computer or tablet can be accessed through mobile easily with the help of this app. Not only through mobile devices, but it also allows the user to access through any of the Mac devices. This application is available in both Apple's App Store and Google play store. In the Google play store this app can be downloaded free of cost, but to access the computer the membership charge of $250 per year has to be paid. Even though, it posses some good features file transfer, document printing, and many more due to its comparison between the cost and boasts this app is considered a ludicrous one.
BarMax app is a helpful app that provides assistance to all law students who are reviewing for the bar exam. This app housed thousands of materials and hundreds of hours of lectures through audio. And all that can be done with the use of an iPhone. However, if there is a need for you to get papers on hand to further your review, then BarMax can send you the information that you need.
This app is very helpful because law students who are studying for the exam can study wherever they want, and they can go mobile. Though this app is quite expensive, it beats the amount of money they have to pay for an actual review that will up all their time and money.
BarMax is convenient to use especially for those who have part time jobs just to finish college and saving money for the future. While in a bus, a car or a train, wherever, the mobile app BarMax gives the capability to catch up with review using the iPhone.
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The app does nothing other than wasting your money. Still, we have to include this in the list as it is available on the Google play store. It is very much similar to all other “I’m rich”-type apps and all you get is a luxury diamond image.
This was the first ludicrous app created and went on sale in August 2008 in the Apples Play Store and on the same day Apple removed it from not giving any prior notice. Although in this short time interval eight filthy rich persons have installed it. This app does nothing worth its cost but simply shows the red gem icon, by pressing that icon the statement such as “I Am Rich”, “I deserve it”, ” I am good” and “health and successful” will be displayed. In 2009, this app was released on Google Play Store which cost $200, and in 2010 with a cost of $499.99 it was released on Windows. This app gained huge popularity for its innovation of making people fool to afford this stupid app.
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app.Cash is designed to be a stylish cashier system suitable for all purposes. Its developers seek to replace the conventional cash register used in transactions and payments. One of the app’s biggest benefits is the option to use it offline. The app can be used by any business that takes payments and stores customer data. However, it seems to be best suited for restaurants. Menu buttons can be easily categorized into beverage and meal types so that waiters/waitresses can input orders directly into the application. In a restaurant setting, one can also create a graphic representation of the table layout to help keep track of orders. There are two printer models supported within the app, although these can only be updated by contacting the app developer. While the app’s $1000 price tag seems a bit high, the developers claim it to be way cheaper than a traditional cash register system.
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QSFFStats holds seventh place in the list of Top 10 useless expensive app list for its net worth of $999.99. This app was developed by B.C.Apps and released in June 2011. This app is used to track the football league and other features such as multiple team lists and also it lists the game according to various criteria such as time, location, fields, and dates. Thus the status of this listed thing is also available in the form of a spreadsheet through Google Docs. Spending huge costs on this simple thing is considered a stupid one even though it is useful to some filthy rich soccer lovers. Since the QSFFStatus app is listed in the list of Top 10 ludicrous expensive apps list. The important note of this app is it supports both iPhone and iPad but it is no longer available in the Apples App Store.
DDS GP Yes! is a feature-rich application created for dentists. It is mainly intended to help patients get a better visual understanding of any dental conditions and possible treatments.
The application comes with 37 audio tracks and 200 demonstrations that help dentists make the best of the app when assisting a patient. The app acts as a bridge between an uninformed patient and a knowledgeable dentist.
During a presentation, an audio track plays accompanied by the corresponding visuals for a particular dental issue. The only downside is that the app has not been updated since 2016, which may result in a buggy experience on new operating systems.
If you find CyberTuner too expensive, you can try out Verituner. It is slightly cheaper as compared to its pricier alternative but still way more expensive than that average app on Apple’s or Google’s stores.
Verituner is intended for professional piano technicians and is only available on Apple’s App Store. Some of its features include pitch raises, aural tunings, AutoNote, adjustable stretches, and historical temperaments, among others. Read more:
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