A $5 app isn’t expensive

>You don’t buy a Kindle just to enjoy the dictionary and manual that come pre-installed on the device. You shouldn’t buy an iPhone to enjoy only free apps, either. You’re cheating yourself, all because we’ve become conditioned to feeling that $5 is a lot to spend on an app. It’s okay to pay for good products.[Macworld](http://www.macworld.com/article/2032847/a-5-app-isnt-expensive-customers-need-to-help-fix-the-app-store-economy.html)

The only time I ever hesitate in paying for an app is to decide “do I need this”? Cheapskates are really starting to bug me. To me it feels disrespectful; suggesting that developers aren’t worth much.

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