No wonder people shun the idea of actually paying for apps.
I spent the last few days looking for info on finding an app that has a specific purpose, and it was a nightmare.
95% of the time you cannot tell if an app is suitable for what you need it for until after you paid for it, downloaded it and tried it out.
This is ridiculous in this day and age; the idea that the producer of the app gets the same amount of money from you if what he sold you does exactly what you need it too, then if it totally fails at doing the job you bought it for.
It;s a bit like paying 10,000 to buy for "a way to get to work" but you dont know until after you bought it wither you've spent 10,000 on a car, van, helicopter, life time public-transport pass, or a skateboard.