Updated: May 7, 2024 pricing has been growing exponentially in popularity in the past few years with its very unique platform specifically designed for mobile apps.

And understanding exactly how much you will pay and what other expenses you may need to consider is important before jumping right in.

Today we break this down in layman’s terms and also look at how pricing compares to other competitors in the industry. Pricing Overview

The very first thing to understand is that does not offer a free trial like most other platforms we review do.

That’s mostly understood because of the cost of pushing your custom mobile app on the iOS and Google Play store.

That being said, you do have a 30 days money back guarantee, which still allows you to get started with risk-free.

But here are the different plans you’ll have available:

Here is the breakdown of what you get on each plan and the relevant pricing:

  • Pro: $79 monthly - billed yearly (or $97 per month)
  • Ultimate: $239 monthly - billed yearly (or $297 per month)
  • Ultimate Plus: pricing depends on needs

The only difference between the Pro and Ultimate plans is the following:

  • You will be able to send push in notifications and broadcasts on the Ultimate plan
  • You can also drip your content and create automations
  • You can fully remove the branding to make the app fully yours
  • You also get unlimited users and videos (this is capped to 100 on the Pro plan)

The Ultimate Plus plan is only for special requirements and done for you services if you need it.

How Does Compare with Competitors?

Now that we understand a bit better what you get for your money on, let’s compare that to other platforms.

We’ve selected a few of the biggest competitors and players in the industry for comparison:

How Does compare to Kajabi?

Kajabi is one of the most popular platforms for course creators and also offers a mobile app.

Now, Kajabi has a lot more features on its Desktop version which is meant to be used more than on mobile…

But it’s still interesting to compare so let’s look at their pricing:

Here is the summary:

  • Kickstarter Plan: $69/month ($55/month paid annually)
  • Basic Plan – $149/month ($119/mo paid annually)
  • Growth Plan – $199/month ($159/mo paid annually)
  • Pro Plan – $399/month ($319/mo paid annually)

Overall, Kajabi seems a little pricier but you have to take into account everything else you’re getting beside the mobile app.

Which includes vital features such as funnel builder, email marketing, etc.

If you want to understand a bit more about the Kajabi platform, read our full review:

How Does compare to Teachable?

Teachable is another big platform with a large following that offers a mobile app to all its users.

It’s an interesting comparison to because the platform provides the minimum to course creators to get started at an affordable price.

There is a free account you can use to get started:

  • Basic – $39/month billed annually (or $59 paid monthly)
  • Pro – $119/month billed annually(or $159 paid monthly)
  • Pro+ – $199/month billed annually (or $249 paid monthly)

Even if Teachable is not a mobile-first platform, it offers a slightly more affordable option to offer a mobile app.

But understand that there is very little you can customize about your app on Teachable…

There is also no way to make it fully custom branded, which is one of the main advantages of

How Does compare to Uscreen?

Uscreen has also optimized its platform for mobile and other screens use.

On top of that it offers a live streaming option for live classes and coaching sessions.

They offer a 14 days free trial and the following plans:

Uscreen Pricing Breakdown

Here is the pricing plans breakdown:

  • Growth: $149/month billed yearly (or $199 monthly)
  • Pro: $499/month billed yearly (or $599 monthly)

This is a big gap and price difference but Uscreen provides a lot of features if you specifically are interested in running live sessions.

It essentially allows you to build the Netflix of your own industry! Pricing FAQs:

If you’ve skipped to this section or still have some questions that remain unanswered, here are some quick and easy responses to the most common questions about pricing.

Q. What other platforms do I need to use with

This of course all depends on your business and needs.

Some people might get away starting with using as their one and only platform.

But most likely you’ll also need a proper funnel builder and email marketing software at the very least!

Q. Do I need to put in a credit card to get started?

Yes you do and you will get charged right away for your subscription.

Remember that does not offer a free trial.

But you can ask for your money back within 30 days of purchase.

Q. Is worth the money?

The main goal of the platform is to help you provide a unique experience to your customers. is making a point to compare vanilla online courses with an exciting mobile app journey you can take your students on.

If that’s something you’re interested in then would be a great place to check out and try.

Q. Can you still use on Desktop?

Yes you can.

As an admin you’ll of course be able to make changes on your desktop and manage your content easily.

But your students also have access to the desktop app version, even though again it will be bet experienced on mobile.


Joey Mazars

Online Course Platform Expert

Hi, there! I've literally spent thousands of hours helping clients build their online courses on these platforms through my marketing services.

I've become obsessed with helping them find the right fit for their needs and decided to guide other creators through their decision process with these detailed reviews.

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