Adalo Subscription Add-Ons
Frequently asked questions about Add-Ons applied to your Adalo subscription.
Published Apps are available to add on to the following plans: Starter, Professional, Team, and Business.
Each additional Published App will cost $25.00 per app per month.
Published apps are defined as meeting a few 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 also share a “published” status.
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 are available as an add-on to the following plans: Starter, Professional, Team, and Business.
Each App Action package add-on will cost $8.00 per 15,000 actions per month.*
*For makers on the Business plan, a reduced package rate of 200,000 additional actions per month will cost $10.00.
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 counted across your entire account from each of the apps within your account that receive actions in that month.
You will be charged for App Action overages at the end of your billing cycle. This is called billing in arrears.*
You sign up for the Professional plan on July 13th. You pay immediately for your subscription, which gives you access to the product & all its features for 1 month. Before you are charged for your subscription renewal (on August 13th), Adalo will count all your actions and add accrued charges to that same invoice. If that cycle included overages, the August 13th invoice will have 2 line items: one for your base subscription to the Professional plan for the next month, and a line for any overages accrued over the last month. *Annual subscription holders will be billed for App Action overages on a monthly cycle.
Do App Actions get counted in the Previewer when I test my App? If not, where does Adalo count actions?
Nope! Inside the previewer in the editor, any action taken does not count against your action total. Here is where we do count actions:
Native Android Apps
Native iOS Apps
Mobile App Share URL
Desktop App Share URL
A “month” will align with the billing cycle for Makers on a monthly subscription plan. For Makers on an annual subscription plan, the ‘month’ will work as though they had a monthly subscription.
This applies to actions per month, editors per month, and published apps per month.
When makers purchase a monthly subscription, they will always pay on that same day of the month. This day is called the ‘anchor day’.
For example, a customer who purchases a monthly subscription set on the 2nd of the month will always be billed on the 2nd.
If a month doesn’t have the anchor day, the subscription will be billed on the last day of the month. For example, a subscription starting on January 31 bills on February 28 (or February 29 in a leap year), then March 31, April 30, and so on.
We've made a help document that goes through how to look at your app actions dashboard & it contains an exhaustive list of how we count actions. Review counted app actions here.
We decided that counting a single screen action and not charging for database GETs is the most flexible and generous path for makers. In some rare cases, you may link to a screen that doesn't hit the database. But in most cases, you will likely link to a screen with multiple components referencing database values and counting that as a single action instead of several works in your favor.
App Editors are available as an add-on to the following plans: Starter, Professional, and Team.
Each additional App Editor will cost $15.00 per editor per month.
An App Editor is a collaborator that you have invited to be a part of your Adalo Team and has access to your account.
These App Editors can be given to existing apps and will have full access to make changes to the app. Please ensure you are only adding trusted associates.
App Editors can also create and publish new apps on your Adalo team.