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Zapstreak charges a flat monthly fee for a given limit of Unique Devices Monthly.
The per-user amount is provided as a reference calculated at full saturation of a given plan. So for example $0.3 per user comes from $299 / 10,000 users.
It should not take longer then 10 minutes to have a working hello world test application.
Take a look at the Implementation Guidelines for more technical details.
No problem. Just contact sales at email@example.com. We'll surely strike a bargain suitable for you.
Zapstreak functionality will be paused and you'll receive an e-mail allowing you to upgrade your plan to accomodate the elevated traffic.
Later on if you wisth to return to the previous plan you may do so, e.g. when you had one-time usage peak. You may also decide to stick with the new plan when your userbase grows.
To ensure maximum efficiency and ease of integration the Zapstreak libraries are written in platform specific native language, i.e. Objective-C on iOS and Java on Android.
Just contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org describing your idea and we'll gladly confirm whether it's doable with Zapstreak.
And usually it's doable.
Yes, you can stop subscription anytime you wish. You can also upgrade or downgrade plans instantly.
An upgrade will become active immediately after the payment has been done.
A downgrade or cancellation will happen with the start of the next month. This is after the current month, already paid for, finishes.
All license plans cover a single application. This means that each new application will need its own license plan to work.
When a user uses Zapstreak features within your application on his/hers device it counts as a unique device. If he/she uses Zapstreak functionality on another devices, each device is counted as a unique device.
The counter is reset monthly, so it all boils to how many devices are using Zapstreak functionality within your application in a duration of one month.
The Unique Devices Monthly are summed accross platforms, i.e. 10 installs on iOS and 5 on Android sum up to 15 unique devices.