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BuildFire - Daniel Hindi

BuildFire – Daniel Hindi


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About the Episode

Are you looking to build your first app or start an agency to create apps for other businesses? Well today’s guest is the CTO of Build Fire and he shares just how easily you can create an app with the platform. Also, listen to the part of the show where he shares how he launched the platform and how he decided on the pricing.

Daniel Hindi is the CTO at BuildFire.

Show Notes

Buildfire is The Easy Way to Create an App

BuildFire (from the makers of Kaleo Apps) is an innovative platform that allows anyone to be able to create mobile apps for iOS and Android with no technical skill whatsoever. A few click of the mouse on this intuitive app builder gets your app ready for market in just a few minutes.

How to Launch a Platform and Decide on Pricing 

Pricing is something decided by Buildfire after the app is done. Pricing is dependent on the how the app was developed, where the developer wants it featured or launched, and the features of the app itself. For Buildfire, it is usually $50 a month, per app, and this has been decided through experience. Hindi advises to watch out how much apps of a similar functionality are priced out there and put your price in that range also. He further calculated the average cost if somebody was to develop an app and put his price below that.

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Lakshmi Uma is Appmaster's Podcast and ASO executive. She loves exploring ancient sanctuaries, architecture, and landscapes.

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