How much have you spent in iTunes?

Brandonsc

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Jul 12, 2008
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I was just going through my iTunes purchase history. I added up everything I've purchased since 2008 for a grand total of $732.65. I kinda wish I had some of it back. How much have you spent?
 

Mitchelino

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Jun 24, 2009
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I was just going through my iTunes purchase history. I added up everything I've purchased since 2008 for a grand total of $732.65. I kinda wish I had some of it back. How much have you spent?
Since you posted this in the iPhone and iPod touch Apps forum, I'm assuming you just mean money spent towards apps in iTunes?

I've probably spend between $300-400 on apps. I definitely regret some purchases, but I'm pleased with the majority of the apps I've bought. I've been buying apps since the app store came out. I still have and use the first app I ever bought. I currently have 130 apps (including the defaults) on my iPhone (with many more in iTunes), and 105 of those are paid apps. They range from $0.99- $19.99.

Most of the apps are not games. I like games, but I prefer handy apps. A bunch of the paid ones are stuff for school, such as tuners and ear trainers (I'm a music major).
 
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Snowman3459

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Jun 15, 2010
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I've spent probably at least $150-$200 on apps.

Some days I just can't help myself. It's addicting, I just want to start downloading apps just to see how they work. It's a real issue lol.
 
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Mitchelino

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Jun 24, 2009
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I've spent probably at least $150-$200 on apps.

Some days I just can't help myself. It's addicting, I just want to start downloading apps just to see how they work. It's a real issue lol.
I know how you feel. If an app looks gorgeous, I usually buy it. I love good looking apps. Sadly you buy a few that you regret, but it's worth it (especially when you find great apps).
 
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SoraLimit

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Jul 10, 2010
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I've only used about $45. I'm too selective of what I buy, so I tend to go for free Apps.
 
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dccorona

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Jun 12, 2008
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though about $300 is from giftcards, my total is 869.10

I need to lay off (this does include music though)
 
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lucifiel

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Nov 7, 2009
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There is actually an app which aggregates how much you have spent on apps in the app store, it doesn't, unfortunately, factor in sales...

But according to it, I have spent about $70AUD or so.
 
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billyjoegibsonx

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Sep 10, 2008
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Uh...

about £20-30 on music albums/singles lol. I like buying actual cds, putting them into iTunes, and keeping all the cds in a box.

Never bought any films off iTunes.
Haven't bought any books yet.
Spend about between £50-70 on apps for iPhone/iPad.

so between £70-£100. I don't really keep track.
 
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SpaceKitty

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Nov 9, 2008
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Between music, video and apps, probably several thousands of dollars. Seriously. And yes, I do watch the videos and movies more than once. I bought about $40 in apps this week alone.

I think I have used half of the apps maybe a dozen times and then lost interest. Some of them were just bought because they seemed cool at the time out of 193 apps total bought.

Regardless, I am enjoying my iPhone like never before! :)
 
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mathfantasia

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Jul 23, 2009
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I have spent about $100-200 total about 30 of that on apps. What can I say ... I'm a light drinker :)
 
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DuckSoup

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Mar 7, 2008
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Upstate Central NY
I've saved all my iTunes rcpts and have long wondered how much I've dropped there.

Grand total = $237.17 pre-tax.
Of that $105.59 is music, $19.98 is iOS 3.0 upgrades for two of my devices, leaving $111.60 on apps/games.

Mike
 
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wwjbd24

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Jul 26, 2010
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1$. well actually, .99$! just got my first iphone three days ago, so i'm still hesitant but i've got a 25$ credit waiting to be used!
 
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