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07 September 2009


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That sounds about right. I've got tons of apps that I bought that I no longer use or play (if they're games) either because I've lost interest or more likely, because I've found something better.

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That's a lot of money, no wonder some companies are set up to create apps for cell phones only.

$80 on apps it's really huge amount as per my knowledge these shows apps now become an important in an daily life...

I'd have to say that $80 is too much!

I always try to get the free stuff, only pay if is necessary.

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