Latest in the Section
- HTC Android 4.2.2 One will arrive in two weeks
- Spain, how to market experimental mobility?
- Chops (and XXXVIII) - Change the resolution of a video with ffmpeg
- Individuality of identical twins
- goal: augmented reality interface world's most advanced
- Apple retira Bang with Friends para iPhone de la App Store
- Telcel What is the plan that suits you?
- Apple strikes back and removes Bang With Friends from the App Store
- Apple retira Bang With Friends de la App Store
- IFTTT Recipes to take advantage of LinkedIn
Popular in the Section
- Uncharted 2 was one of the best games of 2009
- Synergy-Plus program, which allows us to control with a single keyboard and mouse several machines
- VBulletin case: "This decision is a true cross-Shirt to Spanish sovereignty"
- Inadvisable online mode of FIFA 2010 with Gamblers Anonymous
- Blood Moon, the adventures of the undead
- Olloclip brings the iPhone's camera to the next level
- Sasha Grey, Hulk Hogan y Daniel Dae Kim protagonizarán Saints Row: The Third
- Heavy Rain, Quantic Dream ultimate
- Party at home with friends and a dealer hand of Four Roses
- Dragon Age: Origins and the mod called "Natural Bodies"
|Technology - Apple|
|Wednesday, 30 December 2009 14:00|
If you are a regular user of Apple's App Store, and you are someone who religiously pay for the applications installed on your iPod Touch or iPhone, you might be interested how much have you spent on apps. Or would you rather not know?
If you dare, there is a Mac software, which lets you know how much money have you spent on applications. This program is called App Store Expense Monitor, you can download for free, although donations are welcome. It lets us know the list of apps that we bought, and also allows us to edit the prices, because we might have bought something when I was in supply and because it is not, or buy it now for free when it is not.
Either way, it is very likely to come out a lot more than what you think. We hope your results if you do not mind sharing.