How much is the most your willing to pay for a iPad Pro fully supported app ?

How much will you pay for a iPad Pro app?

  • $5

  • $10

  • $15

  • $20

  • $25


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throAU

macrumors 603
Feb 13, 2012
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Perth, Western Australia
Depends what it does.

I have paid more than 25 dollars for apps in the past.

Whether it is an ipad app, a mac app or a PC application, if it does a good job at something i want to do then i will pay up to hundreds of dollars for it.
 

darkarn

macrumors 6502a
Apr 8, 2017
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341
Singapore
I think you should include a more than 25 dollar option; some games are just too good to not spend any dime on them! ;)
 

maflynn

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Staff member
May 3, 2009
66,400
33,049
Boston
Really depends on the app, are we talking about a game, that brings some diversion, which I'm only wanting to pay a few bucks, or something like a Photoshop replacement?

I didn't vote, my decision is dependent on the need, and the solution the app meets.
 

Booji

macrumors 6502a
Nov 17, 2011
650
361
Tokyo
Yup, really depends on its ability uniquely address a need and how good it is. I'd pay $100 if it were something that was so good I could not do without it.
 

DeltaMac

macrumors G4
Jul 30, 2003
10,128
2,639
Delaware
If it will be for my job or my business, and I will be making money with that app, then you have to decide if the app is the only app available that does that particular task. I might be willing to pay several hundred $, assuming it has good performance, and good history (I am looking at architectural design software right now, and price would be (almost) no object. :D )
 

sparksd

macrumors 68040
Jun 7, 2015
3,367
2,158
Seattle WA
Of course it depends on functionality, need, and likelihood of long-term support and improvement but I'd certainly be willing to pay $100, just as I would on a laptop or desktop. So, no vote given.
 

kazmac

macrumors G3
Mar 24, 2010
8,637
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Any place but here or there....
Due to sort of foreseen circumstances, no paid apps for awhile. Once things get back on track, not more than $10. I wound up not using Affinity Photo on either platform (iPad and Mac.) I'd rather spend the time watching tutorials on drawing really.
 

lexvo

macrumors 65816
Nov 11, 2009
1,241
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The Netherlands
Totally depends on the type of app and my needs. For example I spent something like $50-$60 on OmniFocus for iOS (there were seperate apps for iPad and iPhone at the time), well worth it because I use OmniFocus several times a day.
 

EasyB

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Jan 29, 2005
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I really don't like paying more than $5 because most apps get old fast, only a few that have been with me for awhile. And it pisses me off that you have to buy just to try most paid apps. You should either have a 30 day trial or limited functionality before you buy, then I would pay more maybe.

But for a business app that the profession has widely accepted, I imagine the sky is the limit. I pay $100 a month for a estimation app, and it is worth it.
 

TMRJIJ

macrumors 68040
Dec 12, 2011
3,235
5,385
South Carolina, United States
It really depends on the app and the need but I just don’t like subscription model. I rather pay $100+ to own the app rather than ‘rent’ it.
And this is coming from a developer myself so don’t give me that crap about not supporting them.
 
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