iOS apps are getting cheaper, averaging out at just $.19

By David Tom ยท 4 replies
Jul 19, 2013
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  1. People inevitably have to make a choice when it comes to mobile applications. They either have to pay for entertainment with their wallets, or with their eyes. According to mobile analytics firm Flurry, consumers overwhelmingly choose to endure advertising instead...

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  2. You should avg in in-app purchases in that "free" app percentage and see what it actually is.
  3. richalone442

    richalone442 TS Rookie Posts: 24   +10

    This might be true, but, it seems all of the ios apps require and "in app purchase" to actually use the app, especially games
  4. Jad Chaar

    Jad Chaar Elite Techno Geek Posts: 6,515   +974

    I personally dont mind paying .99 cents for a app I really like. The more I pay for an app, the higher my expectations. I see the high price tag on some apps (>$1.99) as charity for the devs work. Free apps with ads irk me. I just hate ads, especially on the small iPhone screen.
  5. hahahanoobs

    hahahanoobs TS Evangelist Posts: 2,041   +678

    I prefer to pay for an improved experience.
    I'm an Android user and I love the fact that the Google Play store accepts Vista debit cards.

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