Glide app’s price list explanation

Glide’s pricing

There are a total of 5 different programs.

The different pricing is mainly about the limitations of further platform use.

Free Plan:
A gem for newcomers! Dive into the Glide magic, discovering what makes your ideas tick. Ideal for solo projects and testing the waters. It’s not just about cost; it’s about embracing the learning curve and unleashing your creativity. Glide tables won’t count towards updates for adding, editing, and deleting information. Enjoy the freedom to experiment without constraints! Plus, a significant upgrade from the previous 500 rows limit – now, you get a more generous row count! πŸ†“πŸš€

Maker Plan ($49/month paid annually):
To our creative maestros, this is your symphony. Crafting apps for your ideas, community, or school? The Maker Plan is your canvas. The integration with Google Sheets, real-time data sync, and the power of Glide AI make it perfect for innovators who want to bring their visions to life. And here’s an important detail: the only limit for user count is that they need to have personal emails, and remember, each user is a row. So, even with unlimited users, it’s crucial to understand this limit of 25k rows for the whole app. It’s where the art of innovation meets the practicality of data sync and AI magic. πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»βœ¨

Team Plan ($99/month paid annually):
Calling all collaborators! Transform spreadsheets into collaborative hubs. It’s not just about the numbers; it’s about teamwork. The integration with Airtable and Excel, coupled with Glide Basic API, provides the essential harmony for your collaborative ventures. Ideal for teams working together to turn ideas into reality. Here’s a more detailed breakdown: 5 editors, unlimited published apps, and a robust row count. Perfect for your growing team! πŸ‘₯🀝

Business Plan ($249/month paid annually):
Big dreams, big data? This is the heavyweight champion. For those turning data into powerful software, this plan’s got your back. With Glide Big Tables, and integration with databases like PostgreSQL, MySQL, and more, it’s a powerhouse for serious players. The inclusion of Call API and personalized onboarding creates a partnership that goes beyond a plan, offering the support needed for significant business operations. The details? Unlimited apps, 10 editors, and a robust row count of 25k for the spreadsheet and 100K for high-scale data sources. πŸ’ΌπŸ’ͺ

Glide for Enterprise (Custom Pricing):
Elevate your organization with Glide for Enterprise! Deploy enterprise-grade tools with advanced security, controls, and greater flexibility to scale. Custom terms, an Account Manager, Service-level agreement, unlimited rows on queryable data sources, domain monitoring, and Glide Priority Support. Tailor-made for organizations seeking the pinnacle of Glide capabilities. Explore Enterprise with custom terms and unleash the full potential of your business tools! πŸ’πŸ’»

πŸ’‘ Pro Pricing Tip for Teams and Businesses! πŸ’‘

Hey Glide Community! With the new user count pricing, if you anticipate having more than 100 users, it’s a smart move to reach out to the sales team directly. This is especially relevant for Team and Business plans. They can tailor the best package for your needs, ensuring you get the most value out of your investment. πŸ€πŸ’Ό Don’t hesitate to contact them and unlock the perfect plan for your growing user base! πŸ“ŠπŸš€

πŸ” Maker/Free Plan Exclusive App Hack! πŸ”

Hey Glide App Enthusiasts! Here’s a little insider tip:
Did you know that in the Maker and Free plans, if you add a business email to the editors of your account, that email can log in to the app even if it’s not a personal email? πŸ€―βœ‰οΈ
It’s a neat workaround for those looking to streamline access. Try it out and make your app experience even more versatile! πŸš€πŸ’Ό

⏰ Need Guidance on Choosing the Right Plan? Book a Free Call with Me! ⏰

Hey Glide Community! If you’re feeling uncertain about which plan to choose and need personalized advice, I’m here to help. Book a free 30-minute call with me here for a consultation. Let’s discuss your needs and find the perfect plan to elevate your app experience! πŸš€πŸ“ž

Projects

Applications and pages (sites)

Each program has a different number of apps that can be published, but there is no limit to the number of unpublished apps and pages produced.

An app or published page is a project with a URL that means users can access it like any website on the web.

You can unpublish an app or page if you no longer need them.

Editors

The editors are your team members, meaning they can go into any project and edit it if they want.

Users

Visitors

This type of user is free in all apps. They are users who can log in to the app without logging in. There is only one use case where this is possible. You will need to make your app “public.”

To do this, go to Setting -> Privacy -> “Public” sign-in

Personal users

With a personal email like: gideon@gmail.com

Business users

With a business email like: hello@gideonlahav.com

Restrict access to emails in the user profile

Set this option when you create a list of emails in the tab assigned to be the users’ tab. Only those emails will be allowed to enter your app or page.

Restrict access to emails in the table

This option is almost the same as the first one, and the difference is that you can select any tab you want to have the login permission list.

3. Team members only

The last option is to do projects that are only for team members (editors), which is good when you are in the development stage of your project. Another use case could be that a particular app has very sensitive data, and you do not want anyone to connect to it.

Data

Rows for each project

Glide counts all the rows used in your app or page.

Glide counts none of the unused lines in your app or page.

Glide does not count empty rows.

As long as there is a reference to the rows in the app the row will count in the count.

Example:

An app with over 50,000 lines will only show 1,000 lines in use because lookup can be used to pull information from those 50,000 lines to another tab that is only in use in the app.

Storage space

Storage is for storing images and files like PDFs in your application. Therefore, it is advisable to compress images and files before uploading them to the app. You can compress them with sites like tinypng.com.

 

* These were the central part of the pricing, and it is advisable to read them in full to understand your needs better.

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