After the App Store launch, and after downloading several so-called native Apps, I've realized that some of them were really buggy and I ended up deleting them for not being user friendly, for being completely useless, or even worst, for being too buggy to be reasonably operative and useful. Many of them simply crash your device (even after the 2.0 update). I've came up with the conclusion that should come up with some kind of quality standards and a perform a reasonable review before launching some of them. This review should include not only a Buggyness Approach to guarantee the customer a workable app; but also an Ethical approach, to avoid pathetic apps like the I Am Rich thing; and finally a Completed Category approach as well, to avoid situations like the so many "useful" flashlights that have been released. Also, it's simply not fair to have to pay for something without trying it, or even worst, to pay for something that has clearly some HUGE unresolved issues. I am sure most of you guys have experienced this. And if not, many of you were probably tempted to try an App but after reading some reviews... paying without trying??? no way...! I thought perhaps would read this thread and consider some reasonable solution to address this issue.