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01/15/2012

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Deana DeWorth Adams

The most I have spent on an app was $19.99 to purchase QuickOffice Pro. I needed to be able to access and edit Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations on the go. I use this on a daily basis for my job.

Stephanie Morris

The most I've spent on an app is $5.99.. We've been fortunate enough to win a few space boards apps.

Laura Chaffey

I buy lots of apps but because I'm looking to put them on 15 devices I rarely spend more than $2 on an app. The most I've spent would be $6.99 on Artrage. We have the PC version at school and I really wanted a mobile version of this fantastic program. Would LOVE the Yr 4 Splash Maths as I will be teaching Stage 2 this year for the first time in 8 years!

Penina Goldstein

The most I've ever spent on an app was $4.99 - but I would go up to 9.99 if the app was really amazing. I hope that I win this space board app - they are really good!

Tracy Braatz

The most I spent was $3.99, I think. It was for irewardchart: Parents Reward Tracker Behavior Chore Chart and it has been worth every penny!

Jean Hendrickson

I have what I have consider two high end Apps on the iPad that my speech language students have access to. The first is Injini and it is valued at $49.99 and the second it Articulate It valued at $39.00. Both Apps cost a lot of money but are worth every penny. Fortunately, I was lucky enough to be gifted both of them from generous developers. The most I have ever spent out of my own pocket on one App is $9.99 and I have done that a couple of times when I purchased First Phrases, More Fun Following Directions, and First Then. Each of these Apps are also worth the money I spent on them.

Lisa Barnett Fowlkes

The most expensive app is injini for my son that has down syndrome. The ipad is a wonderful learning tool. The injini was 50.00.

Jennifer Hayes

I think the most expensive app we have bought recently was gube...I think it was about $7. Well worth it.

Lisa Gallegos

The most I've spent so far for an app is Dexteria and it was $4.99. I bought that app for my 6yr old with Autism because it helps with his fine motor skills.

María Ascensión Pérez Rivas

The most I've spent was 19€ in Spaceboards 1 Grade because I won Spaceboards Prek and I did not want to loose the opportinuty to buy it 50% off.

Holly Caulfield

The most I've spent on an app is just under $30 (can't remember if it was 24.99 or 29.99). I bought Injini on sale during the holidays as it is a highly recommended app for children with special needs. I am setting up an iPad to be used with individuals of all ages and with various learning challenges. It will also be used to demonstrate apps for parents and professionals. I felt the money was well spent!

Terry Kappe

I love Touch Chat ($299.99)and as an augmentative communication specialist, spend a lot of time with it. I think it is the best communication app out right now! Because I demo so many apps, I have to be careful about what I buy. Would love a promo code for this one.

A Facebook User

I have not bought any. I am new at this whole app teaching idea.

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