I’m suspicious that super secure DRM really stops people from pirating, especially when considering something non-essential with many (maybe worse but often free or more easily piratable) substitutes. Super secure DRM might be more effective with something really unique you really cannot get any other way like games (but those will be cracked anyway, won’t they?) but some app? I doubt it.
It's only when you bring something unique or "better" to the table that you make it worth spending significant amounts of effort on breaking.