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Frequently Asked Questions
Published apps are defined as meeting a couple different requirements:
- An app is marked as ‘published’ within the Adalo Editor, which is a required step before sending your app to either App Stores (Apple or Google) or applying a custom domain.
- The app has a unique database. Apps that share the same database are considered one app.
- An app (and any shared databases) can be published to a custom domain, the Apple App Store, and the Google Play Store — this still counts as one published app.
App Actions represent a count of the activities end users take inside apps. For example, each time an end user interacts with your app through creating, updating, or deleting data — each action is counted individually.
Monthly App Actions are applied across your entire account from each of the apps within your account that receive actions in that month.
Usage metrics for your account can be viewed in Account Settings under the “Billing & Usage” tab.
Yes, we will send out an email when your account is approaching the ‘App Actions’ limit on your current plan. We will notify you again if your account has been charged for an overage of App Actions.
We do not want your end users to feel the impact of a limit being reached. Once you exceed the App Actions limit for your plan, an $8.00 overage will be applied to your account for every 15,000 additional actions above your limit you accrue.
For all other limits, you will have to opt-in to additional purchases at the time of hitting an overage and your published app will not be affected.
If your published app has been sent to Testflight, the Apple App Store, or the Google Play Store and you choose to unpublish it, the app will stop executing actions for your end users & will now be considered a ‘Test App’ in your account.
If you move from an account with higher limits to an account with lower limits, you will be prompted to make changes to your account in order to fit within your new plan limits and/or paying for additional published apps and app editors.
Your data & apps will still be available within the editor. Your design version history will not be accessible if you choose to downgrade to a plan that does not include design version history.
Yes! We offer the following add-on options for each plan:
- Additional Published Apps: $25.00 per published app per month
- Additional App Editors: $15.00 per app editor per month
- Additional App Actions: $8.00 per 15,000 additional actions*
*App Actions will automatically add to your account as limits are reached. Each month, the limit is reset to your plan limit.
In short, no. App Editors are intended to be team members you would like to have edit access inside the Adalo Editor. For anyone who will help test your app, you can send them the ‘Share URL’ to gain access to testing privileges.
Please reach out to our team to inquire about your custom pricing needs.
Our Team & Business plans were designed specifically for freelancers & agencies that represent multiple clients. If you are interested in exploring custom pricing solutions beyond what is offered, please reach out to our team.
In short, no. You can enjoy your legacy plan until July 2023. However, in certain cases, one of the new pricing plans may be more cost effective. Learn more.
At this time, the trial account includes most of our premium features. Publishing to a custom domain, publishing to the app stores, and integrating with Xano are the three currently unavailable features.