Do These Things Before You Spend Money On An App—Unless You’re Rich

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There are a lot of reasons that you might want to pay for an app or make in-app purchases. Sometimes it’s to get rid of the pesky ads that play every 30 seconds, or it might even be to get access to premium features. Whatever the case, here are some things that you can do to learn if an app is worth paying for.

Use The Free Version

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If your app has a free version, then the best way to know whether or not you should pay for it is by using its free version. If you can comfortably do what you need to, then maybe you don’t need to get the premium version of the app. If you feel you still need some of the paid features then go you can go ahead and but it.

Go For It If It’s A One-Time Payment

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Some apps will take a one-time payment for full access, while some work on a monthly subscription basis. Although one time payments might be more expensive, it means that the app is yours for life, or for however long you’re going to keep using it.

Wait For The Deals

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Although most of us won’t admit it, some mobile games can be so addictive that you just want to spend on the in-app purchases. When you’re that invested, it’s going to be difficult to talk you out of it. You can, however, wait for deals that make everything cheaper so you’re getting the best value for your money.



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