If you want to know who has the most titles for the most expensive iphone apps, then you're in the right place. Below are the top 10 apps starting from $999. Most of the applications are for high end products or services. For every app sold on Apple's app store, the developer takes 70% and Apple takes 30%. It is important to note that Apple has now a limit of $999. So even if your product is worth more than that, you will have to settle for the limit price. This fact makes many companies unhappy about Apple's policy. If you think there is an app out there which should be listed here please Contact Us. This is our top 10 list:
MobiGage NDI, MobiGage is a metrology iPhone application used for the inspection of manufactured parts and assemblies. MobiGage creates, edits, and runs measurement plans and automates inspection processes. “MobiGage NDI” is an OEM product designed to connect specifically with the Northern Digital (NDI) industrial measurement systems.
App Cash, is an app for debit & credit card payments directly on your Apple devices. Stylish cashier system for all purposes, place of order via roc4iPhone possible, supported printers: Epson TM-T88IV WLAN, Epson TM-T88V WLAN.
VIP Black, Exclusivity, Luxury, Privilege. VIP Black, 'The Millionaire's App', is the first and only premium lifestyle application for the iPhone. Members receive 'VIP Treatment' - personalised attention and heightened experiences across the range of luxury partners.
vueCAD Pro, Professional "native" CAD viewer. No file translations. 3D visualization and markup. All CAD importers are included. No in-app purchases required. vueCAD® can also be adapted as a customized view component inside any app.
Agro, Imagine a world where an agronomist can visit a client, complete an inspection report, hold the sale of products then move to the next client knowing that all paperwork is done and sent by the time they drive out the gate.
Intuition Control Solo WolfVision, The first and only iPad application that lets you easily control your WolfVision visualizers! NOW offered to educational institutions at 50 percent off its regular price through the App Store Volume Purchase Program. Please contact Desinnova Technologies, Inc.
BarMax CA, Developed by Harvard Law School alumni, BarMax CA is a comprehensive bar exam review course with the highest pass overall rates – all for just $999. As featured in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Above the Law, National Jurist, Mashable, TechCrunch and more.. In 2011, BarMax students had an overall CA pass rate of 71%, over 20 points higher than the CA pass rate in
MortgagePRO, is a mortgage pass and a convenient tool for making money, Finance & Mortgage App in Hong Kong & China. As seen on TVB, ATV & major HK newspapers.
QSFFStats, is an app which will allow you to keep track of Flag Football stats for all passing leagues. -Passing, -Receiving, -Yards, -Scores, -Interceptions, -Multiple team lists. -Set games according to Location, Fields, Dates, Times. -Upload Play-By-Play Stats by Email. -CSV File Attachment by email
I Am Rich, is an iOS application which was formerly distributed using the App Store. When launched, the screen only contains a glowing red gem, and an icon that when pressed, displays the following mantra in large text: I am rich, I deserve it, I am good, healthy & successful. The application was removed from the App Store by Apple without explanation the day following its release, on August 6, 2008.
Did you know: Christy Walton tops the list of the wealthiest women in the world for the third time. Walton is worth $26.5 billion. Walton is the widow of Walmart scion John Walton, who died in a plane crash near the couple's Wyoming home in 2005, and hold the most wealth of the seven Walton relatives in this year's rankings.
Right behind her is L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt, who moved up one spot to No. 2 of the richest women whose wealth is calculated at $23.5 billion. L'Oreal, founded by father Eugene Schueller in 1909 boasts 23 global brands including Maybelline, the Body Shop and Lancôme, and employs more than 64,000 people.
Following Bettencourt is another wealthy Walton at $21.2 billion. Alice Walton is the daughter of Sam Walton, who with his brother James, started a general store chain in Bentonville, Ark., in 1962. Today Wal-Mart is the world’s largest retailer, controlling more than $405 billion in annual sales. Walton collected roughly $420 million in dividends in 2010 and will rake in even more next year after the retailer raised its annual payouts by 20% starting this March.