The most common form of commercialisation of iPhone apps is self-developers, writing apps and putting them on the iTunes App Store. Recently, we have seen some unbundling of the production chain with developers purchasing app ideas from anyone who comes up with ideas and also who offer to develop apps on behalf of others who then put them on the App Store. Well, today, the market for the rights to sell completed apps (already in the App Store) opened up. If you want to get into the App selling business, here is a portfolio of 87 of them available whose ownership rights are available for purchase on eBay. As all the finances and sales data can be obtained, working out if $100,000 is the right price shouldn’t be too hard.