8 Most Expensive Android Apps and Games of 2020

Many people believe that apps don’t worth their price tags. Most of the time this is not true. After all, it’s the result of intense brainstorming and hard work by the developers.

Often these apps and games are so expensive that they cannot be even owned by anybody. However, they are fun to talk about.

Here are the most expensive Android apps and games that you can use given your requirements.

1. 5-Minute Sports Medicine

Price: $99.99

5-Minute Sports Medicine
5-Minute Sports Medicine

5-Minute Sports Medicine is an educational app offering information on sports medicine. It features 280 topics, ICD-9 codes, SNOMED codes, and it can personalize your favorites. They follow ICD-10 codes which makes it more expensive and out of date. It also has other information. It was written by real doctors with an old interface that makes it expensive. It’s last updated in 2013. It also supports the Nexus 7.

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2. Dr. Web Security Space Life

Price: $89.00

Dr. Web Security Space Life
Dr. Web Security Space Life

Dr. Web Security Space life is an antivirus app offering tons of ways to pay for the app. One is it is as much expensive as $75 for a lifetime license. Most antivirus apps you can use on monthly or yearly subscriptions. It might not seem like much at first but they can add up over time. Better to have a flat $89 payment to save you money over a subscription service.

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3. Bonney’s Gyn. Surgery, 11th Edition

Price: $147.49

Bonney’s Gyn. Surgery, 11th Edition
Bonney’s Gyn. Surgery, 11th Edition

Bonney’s Gyn Surgery 11th Edition is yet another educational textbook app covering gynecological surgery methods created by Victor Bonney. The information was written by real doctors. It carries information on various surgical procedures, images, and other information about the craft. It does not have a subscription plan at $147.49, it’s one of the most expensive Android apps.

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4. Freemium games

Price: Free / In-app purchases up to $99.99

Freemium games

Freemium game is a special app having in-game goods with prices ranging from $0.99 to $99.99. Often the prices shoot up. You can have the most expensive option of buying an absurd amount of the in-game currency. It’ll help you stay ahead in the game quite a bit, but it’s something players scan get for free with time if you have patience. You can also buy digital stuff for a video game for $99.99. You can buy as many times as you want all the freemium games on this list.

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5. Jahaa’s Most Expensive Ball Game series

Price: $274.99-$339.99 each

Jahaa’s Most Expensive Ball Game series
Jahaa’s Most Expensive Ball Game series

A developer on Google Play, Jahaa’s has the favorite set of expensive games. Jahaa, not only launched the most expensive Ball Game, and thereafter launched a sequel, Most Expensive Ball Game 2. The first version you can get for $274.99 now. And the most Expensive Ball Game 3 is currently in pre-registration in the Google Play Store. This makes it the most expensive game trilogy.

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6. Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics

Price: $143.99

Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics

This is yet another medical text app which is also one of the most expensive Android apps. This one is a textbook for pediatrics featuring a ton of information, written by real doctors, and will make a hole in your wallet. With a massive chunk of information, it is great for doctors.

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7. Ngajirim

Price: $359.99

Ngajirim

Ngajirim is a digital artwork app without ads and works offline. You just have to open the app and hit the button to see the painting. It is a piece of original work which makes this one of the most unique ways to sell a piece of artwork. Being a digital artwork it may not worth its price $359.99 but it’s something different from the slew of the usual Most Expensive Apps that other developers have released.

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8. The Color Atlas of Internal Medicine

Price: $129.99

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The Color Atlas of Internal Medicine.jp[g
The Color Atlas of Internal Medicine also a pattern of prior medical texts app written by doctors and published by McGraw-Hill. Having over a dozen topics and in-depth information about internal medicine, and more, it works on both tablets and phones. College students and doctors especially will especially be. However, normal people probably may not invest in a $129.99 book app.

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