Lumavate allows users to build and deliver progressive web apps (PWAs), which function like native mobile apps but don’t require app store download. It features the Lumavate Library, where they can use and modify microservices, widgets, and components. Here, we cover Lumavate reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Get a free trial.
Lumavate pricing is based on three paid subscription options: Professional ($1,500/month), Enterprise (starts at $12,500/month), and Infrastructure (custom priced). The main differences between the plans include the number of published apps, as well as access to advanced features such as cloud-based developer workstation, online training conducted by the Lumavate team, and more.
*All plans are paid in full at the start of the billing cycle.
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Summary of Lumavate Reviews
As of the date that this article was written (June 11, 2019), there are no user reviews of Lumavate online. If you are a past or current Lumavate customer, leave a review to help other business owners who are deciding whether or not to use the platform.
Check out the list below of some of Lumavate’s features:
- Progressive web apps
- Lumavate library
- Real-time updates
- Google Analytics integration
- And more
Which industries does Lumavate solution cater to?
Lumavate caters to industries that include financial services, construction, employee engagement, events, entertainment, healthcare, manufacturing, restaurants, retail, and hospitality.
How does Lumavate work?
Lumavate brings microservices, widgets, and components together to create PWAs. It uses fast data storage and logic to assemble the needed containers to view the page in real-time. Lumavate then delivers the PWAs at scale to end users.