App for $450. I kid you not.

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  1. Themanisback

    Themanisback New Member

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  2. Bitter

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    Even if it is a really complex or business savvy app...no one would pay that much for something like that. Pathetic.




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  3. ToXiC

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    Wow, it looks cheap. =O
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    Reddragontoejam New Member

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    How god damn greedy do you have to be to put this app up for $450...
  5. jniranjan

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    RIDICULOUS ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS. I HOPE THESE DEVELOPERS GO TO HELL AND ROT AND I HOPE NO ONE BUYS THEIR APP. AND ITS LESS THAN A MEG!!!!!!!(sory for the immature 10 year old caps lock, but im just so frustrated that people would charge so much for it)
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    Umm... does it turn the iPod into like a defibrillator or something? Am I missing something? HOW is this so expensive?

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  7. rafaps

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    who is going to be so idiot to buy that sh*t???

    i think................NO ONE
  8. Andy Huang

    Andy Huang Retired Moderator

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    Reading the description, it seems like something targeted for the fortune 500 enterprise users that need to be constantly up-to-date with their business or they lose out hundred of thousands of dollars. I wouldn't be surprised if someone at that position purchases it without a second thought.

    We're talking about spending serious money to keep even more serious money to roll in here... Something way beyond most of our leagues...
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    $500 might sound like a lot to ppl who wanna use the ipod to listen to music, catch emails and play games, but for those companies that see it as a business tool its peanuts. the video at the conference showed companies and i believe the military showing how they were rolling out ipods across the business for corporate use right? i think apple would be delighted that apps like this (i dont know what the heck it does) might find use on the ipod or take the use of the ipod to a different level or different market. thats what its all about, the cost to a particular market. sure we all gonna say what a fookin waste of money but large companies might say this is exactly what theyve been looking for and what a snip at only $500

    horses for courses dudes
  10. potroast32

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    That is more than the iPod is worth.....It's not letting me go to the link

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