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For the iPhone and Android apps, do you have to pay for full internet access in order to have them?

Or can you just pay for the apps and only access the apps without the web browser?
I mean, why buy the app if you can just go to the website on your browser??? right? this is confusing

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One Response to “For the iPhone and Android apps, do you have to pay for full internet access in order to have them?”

  1. JonR said:

    Well, the iPhone requires a data plan, whether you want it or not, so it’s a moot point on that one. Some Android phones also require a data plan. For the ones that don’t you would need either a data plan or WiFi in order to download the apps and many apps require a web/data connection to continue working. Data plans would also allow web browser access (data is data, doesn’t matter what is using it).

    As to the advantage of an app vs a website. Sometimes there aren’t any, true. But a lot of the apps don’t have a comparable web page. Just like with a PC, a web browser won’t replace most applications. If your worried about wasting money on apps, read reviews. Both stores allow refunds if the app isn’t as described as well.




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