iPhone app pricing still unstable

But if you want to charge big, go medical

iPhone app pricing still unstable
App distribution firm Distimo has released the June edition of its Apple App Store Report, which provides a bunch of stats relating to iPhone's application store last month in the US.

Key findings include the fact that the total price of the overall Top 100 apps remains unstable, although it did get a boost on iPhone 3.0 launch day, thanks to several expensive GPS turn-by-turn navigation applications going live.

The report claims that the Medical category is still the most expensive, though, followed by Business, Navigation, Productivity and Reference.

Games... well, you know about iPhone game pricing, which tops out at $9.99 apart from some of the comes-with-points social game bundles.

For more details and a free copy of the report, click here.

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