What are the best, most expensive apps for iPhone in 2017? If you’d like to read a great compilation, read Insider Monkey’s article about this topic. World has changed a lot since we bought the first mobiles. Now we can purchase smartphones with lots of apps – apps that are extremely useful ones. There are thousands of free apps, and of course expensive ones. I am one of those users who has never, ever paid for apps. Actually I don’t like playing games on the phones, and I download only useful apps, like weather forecast, social media and so on.
Reading through the whole compilation I found that there are large numbers of apps and most of them are really great, so no matter that they are not free, but they are the best ones. Games are hilarious when it comes to price, and you will definitely see some of the most expensive games on the app store right here on the list.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best, most expensive apps for iPhone in 2017 from their list.
The first app is Creston Mobile Pro G. This app makes it easy to take control of all the technology and systems in your home, just by using your iPhone, no matter where you are. This includes monitoring climate, security, lights, media, and many other devices. The second app is Harrison’s Principles of Internap Medicine is the app that can be considered as the best iPhone app for students of medicine or doctors themselves since it contains so many relevant info and data. This is the new, 19th edition, and it provides a highly relevant content related to disease pathogenesis, clinical trials, current diagnostic methods and imaging approaches, evidence-based practice guidelines, and many other useful things. At last, but not least, now we can check Classic TC with WordPower. With this app that is quite similar to previously mentioned TouchChat HD – AAC app, which is specifically designed for people with speech impediments. However, it has some additional and very important features, making it almost double expensive than the previous one.