The Appdome EXTEND Account

The Appdome EXTEND Account level is one of the three account levels users can choose from.

This Knowledge Base reviews the benefits you get with an Appdome Extend Account.

We hope you find it useful and enjoy using Appdome!

The Benefits of the Appdome EXTEND Account

The Appdome EXTEND account is the entry-level paid account in a collaborative workspace with productivity tools available for mobile integration.  Per-App Fusion Sets allow a user to Fuse multiple different services to a single app binary all at once. Multi-App Fusion Sets enable users to complete several mobile integration projects at once, fusing any Fusion Set to multiple mobile apps simultaneously.  The speed and time-savings associated with completing mobile integration projects in bulk are absolutely astonishing.

The Appdome EXTEND account level automatically adds ONEShield™ to every Fusion set that users create. ONEShield is the industry’s most comprehensive app-shielding solution.

When you create an Appdome EXTEND account, you get full production access to commercially developed mobile SDKs. Commercially developed mobile SDKs are available through our Fusion Catalogue in any of the following service categories: Security, Mobile Management, Analytics, Engagement, and more to come. EXTEND also gives users access to commercial app (ISV) binaries.  By making commercial app binaries available on the Appdome platform, users can Fuse services and functions to ISV apps in order to meet the requirements of mobile enterprise deployments.

EXTEND includes up to three admin users, multi-channel support and response SLAs. There is no minimum qualification for this account type.

How Do I Learn More?

To get a deeper look at the different services available with your Appdome EXTEND account, click here.

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