Most Expensive iPad Apps: $1,000 Each
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We’ve already seen how expensive iPads can become with a little help from luxury producers like Stuart Hughes. Now it’s time to present some iPad applications that can match the steep prices of the blinged-up devices themselves. But the thing is, not everyone will find these apps really useful. Read on and find out if they are what you need:
First there is the $1,000 BarMax CA and BarMax NY app that will help students prepare for their bar exams. This app can work on iPads and iPhones too, and it was developed by Apple professionals in collaborations with Harvard lawyers. It offers 800 flashcards, 100 previously used essay questions, over one thousand previously used MBE questions, a calendar and numerous lectures.
Another “most expensive app” is The Alchemist SMS (Scrap Management System), priced at $999.99. It is especially designed for those who work in the scrap metal recycling and steel industry. It helps its users achieve raw material cost reductions.
And the third application in the “most expensive” category is called the Intuition Control Solo WolfVision, also priced at $999.99. This one is meant to help you control your WolfVision visualizers (high-end projectors).