Open the app’s link and your browser will prompt you to add the app to your homescreen. Your app will automatically update with new features and information. On iOS, make sure to open the link in Safari.
Yes. Create a Glide Organization and invite anyone you'd like to edit apps together.
Glide apps are shared as simple links rather than through the App Store.
We will support publishing to app stores in Fall 2020.
The number on your dashboard is the number of unique devices that accessed your app in the last 30 days. This number is usually more than the number of users who actually signed into your app, so you may find you have fewer sign-ins.
No, you upgrade apps individually—create as many free apps as you'd like, and upgrade just the apps that need more features or support.
Your app will downgrade to free at the end of the billing cycle (e.g. at the end of the current month if you pay monthly) and you will not be charged again for that app.
You can upgrade again if you change your mind.
No, but anyone can create an unlimited number of free apps with Glide.
Visit experts.glideapp.io and create a profile. Share Glide apps you've built with us and apply for certification in the app. We'll get in touch when we're next expanding the team!
Internal apps are used within your company and usually contain private information—for example, an employee directory or an inventory app.
Public apps are shared outside your company—for example, a conference app or a product catalog.
Internal apps are billed per active app user and you can create as many internal apps as you want. Public apps are billed per app and can have unlimited users.
Try the calculator above to estimate your monthly bill.
An active app user is someone who used any internal app in a given month. Users are only counted if they are signed in, so merely opening an app without signing in doesn't count.
No, public apps are not for internal use.
No, we count the total active users for your organization. For example, five users using one app costs the same as five users using five apps, so use as many apps as you need!