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  1. #1
    Red face The most expensive(?)
    First I gasped, then I lol'd.

    Probably the most expensive app in App Store:
    http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/M...284992996&mt=8

    Can someone tell what it costs in dollar.
    And may we get a review of it?


    Update: Oh, they have two! At the same price! Perfect.
    http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/M...284995969&mt=8
    And even a free version:
    http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/M...284930701&mt=8
    Last edited by dimaggio; 07-16-2008 at 03:17 PM.

  2. #2
    Can you tell me what the app is and how much? On Linux so no iTunes to load when I click the links.

  3. #3
    lol!
    gd find
    previously known as iWant 1.1.1
    ...my dev-base...

    iPhone 3G 16GB Black
    Factory Unlocked

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Oen386 View Post
    Can you tell me what the app is and how much? On Linux so no iTunes to load when I click the links.
    The names are "MyAccountsToGo", it comes in two versions. I don't know the price in dollar, but it's 3,399 SEK each. With Apples exchange rates that must be about 500$.

  5. #5
    450$
    previously known as iWant 1.1.1
    ...my dev-base...

    iPhone 3G 16GB Black
    Factory Unlocked

  6. #6
    This does not belong in the appstore. Any application this expensive should need extra secure steps to be purchased. If I (or someone using my phone) accidentally purchased this app (very plausible by the appearance of a "free" version with the same icon) it would be a very costly mistake.

    Seems to me like this "developer" is counting on people's mistakes to make a quick buck (or $450). An enterprise level application at this price should be implemented ONLY through the IT dept., not available for purchase on the app store. Donít allow this scammer to steal your money.

    On another note, the application itself seems useless; everything it "views" (it canít even edit remotely) has to be first made available through FTP, HTTP, or HTTPS. If you're going to do that you could view it via safari!!! What an entry level scam, don't fall for it...

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