With the quality of apps on the Android platform on the up and up, I think it’s only fair that developers are starting to look at pricing their applications accordingly. Sure, you won’t see me pay $50 for TomTom anytime soon, but I don’t mind spending a few dollars on a good game or utility application.
In my eyes, if I think I will get my money’s worth, then I’ll purchase the app. Then again, if I’m not sure on buying a game or app, I love it when developers offer a free or “lite” version for people to test run. As another thought, I recall not too long ago when many believed Android users were cheap. I certainly hope that isn’t the case anymore.
As a note, we mean how many apps have you paid for in your entire time with Android, not just what you have on your device as of this moment.