Determining Your Best Appdome Account

Appdome has three account types to choose from: COMPLETE, EXTEND and IDEAL.

This Knowledge Base article reviews all Appdome account levels and explains which no-code mobile integration account level would be best for you.

We hope you find it useful and enjoy using Appdome!

Which Appdome Account Is Right for Me?

Each Appdome account type is designed to support the mobile developer and/or mobile professional in completing no-code mobile integration projects using the Appdome Platform.

Account types vary in the capabilities available, with an increasing range of productivity, collaboration, and workflow features to support the individual developer, mobile teams and mobile organizations.

COMPLETE is Appdome’s entry-level professional account.  Those users whose primary interest is integrating mobile app security to their Android and iOS apps should choose this account type.  When fusing Appdome’s Mobile Security Suite with a COMPLETE account, a splash screen identifying the app as Fused by Appdome, is added to the Fused app. COMPLETE is available to anyone who creates an account.

EXTEND is Appdome’s productivity account class. EXTEND includes multiple admins, Appdome ONEShield, and a variety of productivity tools that make the job of multiple mobile integration projects faster and easier. EXTEND requires an annual subscription license.

IDEAL is Appdome’s mobile enterprise solution that provides workflow and collaboration tools making team integration efforts painless and smooth. IDEAL is the highest account class and offers the most comprehensive set of capabilities for the serious mobile enterprise to scale. IDEAl requires an annual subscription license.

How Do I Learn More?

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

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