A few apps are ridiculously expensive.Some of them are useful. Others, like the I’m Rich app, are just a show of wealth.
Check out the priciest Android apps in the market.
This app is made by publishing company McGraw-Hill.
The app is a quick reference guide to all the body systems evaluated with ultrasound. It contains 443 images including photographs showing where to place the ultrasound probe. The best feature of the app is that no internet connection is required.
Explore the streets of Europe with this turn by turn navigation app. Most Android phones include Google Navigator so we're not exactly sure if this app is even worth it anymore.
This app is designed to help the blind better interact with their smartphones. Apple includes accessibility features for free.
This app is a suite of 10 accessible applications (Phone, Contacts, SMS, Alarm, Calendar, Email, Web, Where am I, Apps and Settings) which have been especially designed for the blind and visually impaired. They all have a simplified interface whose textual information is spoken using Nuance Vocalizer voice synthesis or you can connect your Braille display for Braille output.
This app used to have a more expensive cousin in the Android Store named I'm Rich!! (Black Diamond) but that has since been removed.
This is the next best thing, allowing you to prove to others that you were able to afford a $130 Android app.
The developer says, 'pcMapper is an ideal mobile solution for GIS data collection and map editing. pcMapper Db is an extension to pcMapper Lite enabling complete editing of ESRI® shapefiles on Android devices.'
This app is a collection of disease, drug, test, and procedure information for treating patients before, during, and after surgery.
It have some reviews so people are definitely trying it out
This app has a database of 5,000 drugs that is constantly updating. It gives nurses and nursing students diseases, tests, drugs, and procedures information all in a unified place.
The app must be pretty popular too because there are over 100 reviews and it is rated 4.5/5 stars.
Medicine Central is similar to Nursing Central. The app is a database for Doctors and includes 5-Minute Clinical Consult featuring details on over 900 medical conditions and 200 pediatric conditions with evidence-based treatment recommendations in a proven, rapid-access format.
This app encourages you to pass the bar exam the first time. It is for the multistate portion of the bar exam and provides over 1000 questions, officially licensed from the NCBEX along with full explanations to each question.
A divorced father of 3 boys is trying to go back to school and thought of this creative way for strangers to donate money to him so that he can learn how to develop apps and spend more time with his kids.
Ehhhhhhhh, we don't know if this is the best way to get cash but props to the guy for getting creative.
Annoy everyone around you with the World Cup Horn, you can even touch and hold the screen when you team scores to hear the announcer scream in jubilation!