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Premium Mobile App Creator Plan US$87/~A$125 One Time Fee (Normally US$57/~A$82 per Month) @ Gappsy


Hey guys,

Stumbled across this deal on a sponsored Facebook post. Also there is an optional extra package which I saw from one of the comments in the Facebook post:

"optional extra package for $57 one time fee. It covers lifetime customer support and lifetime access to new features and layouts when we add them to the Gappsy Builder."

So it will be $144 USD one time fee and you get the features below + lifetime support and access to new features/layouts. It seems like a good deal, what do you guys think?

Lifetime Deal: Premium Plan
Instead of paying $57 USD/month you can now get a Premium app for a one time fee. Lifetime hosting of your app is included!
$87 USD/ One Time Fee
Your own iOS and Android app
Unlimited editing
Unlimited app downloads & users
Lifetime Hosting of your app
Place ads inside of your app and make money!
Unlimited Usage of All Gappsy Features.
Unlimited Push Notifications
Unlimited Birthday Push Notifications
Zapier / Webhooks
Native website integration

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  • +1 vote

    Can you explain why this is a bargain?

    • -2 votes

      It's a one time fee for lifetime, instead of monthly fees.

      • +1 vote

        a lifetime fee for shit is paying for shit


    Once off life time fee VS monthly

  • +2 votes

    Can't comment on how good the platform is but the deal is pretty good.

    It doesn't come with developer account for iOs or Android though. you will have to pay $197 for them to publish for you, or DIY for 99 (iOs) 25 (android) USD

  • +1 vote

    I am going to make an app that does automatic MSPAINT.EXE diagrams for car accidents


    How helpful is this for someone with zero coding experience?

  • +1 vote

    I thought this deal was all about thigh gaps. Disappointed.

  • +1 vote

    Had a look at - BBG Fit for example (App Store). As usual, you get what you pay for.

    Confusing app. This might, MIGHT be good if it followed some sort of Interface Guidelines like Apple's HIG, but it's something you kinda expect from a first year university student or someone learning UI for the first time. No offence to the trainer but I don't think the app is a good reflection of him (not that I used his PT services).

    Imo you will be disappointed with the app in terms of design.

    Cheap but you're gonna wish you didn't waste your time.