iPhone and iPad apps tagged "expensive apps."
The Most Expensive iPhone Apps of 2010
Forget, for a moment, that this article is about finding the most expensive iPhone app and complete the following sentence: For $999, you can…
Pay for five laptops for third-world children;
Feed and intoxicate yourself and five friends at a decent restaurant;
Buy a new wide-screen HDTV
iPhone Developer Spotlight: Will Perl of Naquatic
Will Perl, one half of the company Naquatic, has a new game that's already snowballing towards success in the App Store. Here he chats with AppCraver about his experience with Touch Ski 3D and developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Interview with David Frampton of Majic Jungle Software
David Frampton, creator of DuckDuckDuck and Chopper, says that all he wants is for the best apps to float to the top of the best-sellers list, customers to find the best apps for what they want and for the developers of the best apps to make the most money.
ReaddleDocs Has Extra Goodies for File Transferring
These days, file transfer apps are doing much more than just transferring files. Readdle's, new intro ReaddleDocs, file transfer app, does everything it's supposed to do and then some.
Bebot Chirps Its Way Into Your Heart
The App Store is flooded with a number of inexpensive apps that serve a very specific purpose. A prime example is Bebot, a "Robot Voice Synthesizer." I have to say, I did not have very high expectations for Bebot, mostly because I didn't see the utility of the app.
Interview: Ocarina is Music to the Ears of Smule's Founders
Smule's Ocarina iPhone app is an electronic version of the physical instrument. Blow into the microphone, touch any combination of four "holes" and tilt the phone to alter vibrato. If you have any talent (I don't) you'll be playing music in no time.
Free and Cheap Is Great for Consumers; for Developers, Not So Good
There are an awful lot of terrific free and inexpensive apps available for downloading from the AppStore and after reading a few recent blogs on pricing at the AppStore, I'm beginning to wonder why that is.
Neil Young, CEO of ngmoco
In a world of self-anointed players, ngmoco or Next Generation Mobile Company seems like it's on to something. "Pick something and stick with it!" English born CEO Neil Young confesses right away that "if the video game business went away I wouldn't be able to get another job. It's all I do.
Most Expensive iPhone App
$449 for MyAccountsToGo Dynamics GP! Appears to be business customer management software.
Don't expect a review here anytime soon.