Top 15 Most Expensive Apps for iOS and Android

21 October 2016

Have you ever thought that some apps are more expensive than the phone itself? These world’s most expensive apps will drop your jaws!

Nowadays, most people spend lots of time on phone, whether it is browsing through news, posting on social medias, or others. Today’s smartphones come with amazing apps to help improving those times you spend trying out the digital trends. Thus, these most expensive apps were born.

Some rich and famous people are not content with just owning some of the most expensive items. They want to upgrade it, customize it, anything they can do to emphasize the statement: “I am rich.”

So, buying the most expensive Apple products may not be enough without completing them with the best and costliest apps they can get. From expensive surveillance apps to luxury ones, you can buy almost any kinds of apps for your phone.

We rank fifteen of the current world’s most expensive apps for either iOS or Android. So, let’s start the countdown and find out what makes some of them even way more expensive than the phone itself.

15. TouchChat ($149.99)

Top 15 Most Expensive Apps for iOS and Android | #15. TouchChat ($149.99)
Top 15 Most Expensive Apps for iOS and Android | #15. TouchChat ($149.99) | source: youtube.com

Decades ago, it took millions of dollars to develop the technology used in TouchChat. And if you have watched The Theory of Everything, an Oscar-winning movie about Stephen Hawking, you would understand the importance of this app.

So, while Hawking needed to have his own tool customized, today, similar tool can be downloaded for $149.99 via App Store for iOS device. Developed by Saltillo Corporation, I think this app is worth every dime of its price. Here are some official details from the developer:

“TouchChat is a full-featured communication solution for individuals who have difficulty using their natural voice. It is designed for individuals with Autism, Down Syndrome, ALS, apraxia, strike, or other conditions that affect a person’s ability to use natural speech.”

“TouchChat fits into the category of assistive technology known as Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and includes features that were previously only available in much more expensive dedicated devices. Words, phrases, and messages are spoken with a built-in voice synthesizer or by playing recorded message.”

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