V-Play is an app development software that allows users to build cross-platform games and apps. It also offers plugins that help improve the apps, such as in-app purchases, ads, and analytics. In this article, we cover its pricing options. Ready to get started with V-Play? Download it for free.
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V-Play has a free plan and two paid subscription options billed annually: Indie ($120/developer/month) and Enterprise (customized). The main differences between the plans include the level of technical support and annual turnover limit, as well as access to premium features such as plugins for app improvement, analytics, push notifications, and more.
*V-Play plans are paid in full at the start of the billing cycle.
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Check out the list below of some of V-Play’s features:
- App Development
- Game Development
- Game Network
- Level Editor
- Declarative Language
- Resolution and Aspect Ratio Independence
- Social Services and Monetization
What happens to my published apps if I cancel my subscription?
All published apps and games will remain functional even if you cancel your V-Play subscription. However, you can no longer update the existing apps.Hide Answer
What type of payments does V-Play accept?
According to their website, V-Play accepts PayPal and all major credit cards payments.Hide Answer
Here is a list of some of V-Play’s popular integrations: