March 5, 2014 Last Updated 2:47 pm

AppMachine switches to subscription model, updates Previewer app

The app building solution AppMachine today updated its Previewer iOS app to fix bugs and improve performance.

AppMachine recently announced that it would be going to a subscription model and would have three levels (Basic, Plus and Pro).


“It seems that most preferred the choice of either a monthly or yearly fee versus a larger initial investment,” the company said on its blog. “The number of AppMachine resellers is also growing rapidly, and resellers are selling apps to clients within their own subscription based services. And, after all, we seem to be living in a subscription based era these days: leading companies like Microsoft and Adobe have recently changed their product offerings in the same direction.”

The three new types of apps are described this way on the company’s website:

  • Basic: build powerful custom HTML5 web apps. This version will be available in Q2 2014.
  • Plus: Build native iPhone and Android apps with all of our customizable building blocks. Windows Phone 8 and HTML5 web app coming soon.
  • Pro: Build professional native apps using your own data (Excel or web services), add your own functionality with JavaScript and add your own business logic to the screens.

AppMachine is from The Netherlands, with an office in San Francisco.

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