Start building mobile apps with Reactor for 14 days free starting right now. But we’ve also got a special deal…
Get the Pro plan ($99/mo) for only $59/mo for 1 entire year! (That’s a $480 savings) Offer ends December 31st 2014.
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Sign up for Reactor
Go to our pricing page to get started, use the discount code 1500B5FFF9 to get your discount.
Choose the Pro Plan here and enter the discount code when you checkout: http://reactor.apppresser.com/pricing
You get a 14 day free trial and you can cancel without being charged. If you choose to continue, you will be charged $59/mo for the first year.
What do Reactor apps look like?
Here’s a screen capture of some demo apps.
If you want to try an app on your device, check out List25. (It has some custom stuff not available in Reactor)
Behind the Scenes Demo
To see what the Reactor dashboard looks like, check out this video.
How much does it cost?
Reactor is free for the first 14 days, then converts to one of 3 simple payment plans starting at $49/mo.
You get 2 apps at that price, which amounts to $24.50/mo per app, and that includes push notifications, stats, new features, support, and more.
Is that expensive or affordable?
Let’s compare this pricing with similar products.
We compared 3 app builders in this article, and they are $59/mo, $60/mo, and $149/mo for 1 app. Reactor gives you multiple apps, better design, and the best WordPress integration for less money.
You can see a full pricing table for Reactor here.
Are there any additional costs?
You must have an Apple developer license ($99/yr) and an Android developer license ($25) to submit apps to the app store. Some pricing packages come with a free app submission, otherwise you must submit the apps yourself, or pay $299 for us to submit your apps.
Want to know more?
To see a full demo of building an app in Reactor, please watch our recorded webinar below.
Still have questions? Send us an email.