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Which Mobile App Plan Is Right For You

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Which mobile app plan suits your business? Are you trying to determine which plan to choose? I have a little system I use to decide which plan I would use. I call it People/Platforms/Projects.

Lets take a look at the Plans available. Four different plans to choose from Basic, Plus, Premium and Business plans. Select a starter plan and upgrade or downgrade later.

Hint: you can use one app for both smartphones and tablets, as long as they are the same platform, e.g. iOS or Android.


  • 1 App/Platform
  • 1 Update/mo.
  • InApp Purchases
  • Publisher Account
  • Push Notifications

$100 one-time setup fee.
Order 1 App $14.99/mo.

1 app/update


  • 2 App/Platform
  • 2 Update/mo.
  • InApp Purchases
  • Publisher Account
  • Push Notifications

$100 one-time setup fee.
Order 2 Apps $24.99/mo.

2 apps/updates


  • 3 App/Platform
  • 3 Updates/mo.
  • InApp Purchases
  • Publisher Account
  • Push Notifications

$100 one-time setup fee.
Order 3 Apps $34.99/mo.

3 apps/updates


  • 5 App/Platform
  • 5 Updates/mo.
  • InApp Purchases
  • Publisher Account
  • Push Notifications

$100 one-time setup fee.
Order 5 Apps $56.99/mo.

5 apps/updates


  • Unlimited Apps
  • Updates/mo.
  • InApp Purchases
  • Publisher Account
  • Push Notifications

$100 one-time setup fee.
Order Unlimited $146.99/mo.

Why we charge a setup fee: This ensures you get priority support. We guide you through this process which can be intensive. Get started now.

How to Choose a Mobile App Plan

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Choosing an app plan is easy. First: estimate your target audience. Second estimate which platforms they will be using; Android, iOS, Kindle or web app. Third estimate how many projects you will want to create.

First: what type of people do you think will be using your app? This depends on your target audience. Before I go into that we need to assume a couple of things. Let's assume you already know what your app is for. If you are a restaurant you would use the 'Restaurant' app. If you are a store you would use the 'Mobile Store' app.. If you are a church you use the 'Church' app. And so on.

So let's assume you have your app in mind. Lets also assume you know what pages you want in your app, e.g. index, about me, share, contact, shopping cart, gallery, etc.

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Now lets look at your target audience. Will your app be used on a computer, smartphone and/or tablet. With a computer you will want a web app version. If you are a restaurant/ bar or church group your users will likely use your app on only a smartphone. In this instance you would want Android and the iPhone app.

Suppose your business has lots of salespeople that do presentations on company tablets. In this case you would want just one version of your app. iPad tablet for example. In this case I recommend the Basic App plan (1 App).

If you expect a large varied number of people you will want to target all the platforms (5 apps). Including Google Android (spartphone and tablet) Apple iPad and iPhone, Kindle tablets and a web app. In this case I recommend the Premium plan (5 apps). This covers all the different platforms and operating systems.

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Second Choose a platorm to work on. There are currently 5 major platforms available. They are Google Android (same platform for smartphones and tablets), Apple has 2 platforms one for iPad and one for iPhone, Amazon Kindle tablets and a web app for computers. Choosing all the platforms is considered a large project. For this I recommend the Premium App plan (5 App/Platforms).

Each platform requires individual apps for each one. That means you want to create 5 separate apps to cover all the platforms. You should be aware that not every application is cross-platform. Meaning you can't just expect that everything in one platform will automatically work in the other platforms.

With MAM you can build your app in one platform and duplicate it aross to the other platforms with a few simple clicks. This means your should select the platform you want to work in and the other platforms you want to propagte to.

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Third how many projects are you planning on doing. Think of it this way 1 unique app equals 1 project. 2 unique apps equal two projects. But each project can include one or more device platforms depending on your plan subscription. So one project equals 1 app published to one or more App Stores

Let's say your app can be developed into a template that you can re-use to create other apps. In this case I recommend the Business App plan. With this plan you can become your own app developer and sell apps in all the App Stores.

Hope ths helps, Tim

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