I was just going through my list of android apps and I discovered...
I bought my main keyboard app in summrr 2016 for £1.66 and my main backup one in summer 2014 for £1.59 and both are still available and being updated.
I bought my main sync app in January 2013 for £1.95 and haven't used anything else, but it's still the first thing I install on a device.
My main browser was purchased in summer 2014 for £2.38 and my primary backup in April 2013 for £1 93.
My ebook reader in March 2013 for £1.60, my notes app in April 2014 for £2.50, my clipboard app a month earlier for £1.23 my favourite and two most used launchers in April 2014 and November 2013 for £2.60 and £2.13 respectively.
My mail program in June 2014 for £3, my IRC client the same month for 59, my Reddit client at the end of 2014 for £1.69, my Dictaphone app in August 2015 for £1.60.
Then you have my Jabber app, free last May, my video player 10p also last May, my publishing app £5 99 last June and my main music app £1.80 in June with my file managers £1.49 in June 2016 and £2.40 in November 2013.
I've had some INSANELY GOOD VALUE from that app store over the years, especially considering how much usage I've had out of them.
And people seriously complain about the price of apps and actually pirate them?
Huawei P20 Pro | 9.0.0 | Data Plan: 80GB
Plus installation of alarm system of course.
There were two options
1) Pay as you go sim alarm. These, as you know, are disconnected after 6 months of no use.
2) App alarm - this sends a message to my phone when I set/unset the alarm. It sends a message if the alarm is triggered or the power supply is interrupted. And it can be activated/deactivated from remote locations through the app. It was a no brainer.