I follow my fellow latin americans and braziliians who said the most basic plan is too expensive for us. Agency plan? That would be a dream, but that costs half of the base income. Not only that, but your payment system is account-side, which makes no sense with an app plan system. You pick a plan by app but you need to pay for all apps together in one bill? Also, you can only have one credit card slot, making dividing payments in multiple payment methods impossible. Managing apps paid by multiple clients now demands multiple accounts. This could be more flexible, much like the competitor platforms, and include app-side payment, plan as well as payment method.
Take the already mentioned low base income on our country, include the high dollar-real exchange and put in all those barriers I mentioned together and it becomes REALLY hard acquire a plan for all my apps (specially the personally funded).
I work developing tools to help to administrate and manage courses for indigenous students. These students learn video editing, territorial and environmental management, managing, finance. These courses pay me what they can, which is not much (since the indigenous movement in Brazil is sabotaged by the government), all of our resources are scarce, any increase in bureaucracy or payment is a big blow in development.
About the transparency: I love you guys try to be as transparent as you can, and I appreciate that, every company should be that way. However three months in and I found some problems with what your team don’t explicitly say, for example: you described that 200 things is the limit for every app, but didn’t mention that you can’t delete things after you reach 100%, so virtually you lock your app until you pay for it, rendering it virtually useless and making testing and developing impossible too. (If someone knows any way around this, please dm me)
I can be wrong, I wish to, because I really like Bubble, it helped me join a career in programming at my 28 yrs old and is still helping me achieve long term goals and project with it’s methodology and format, which are all far better and more transparent than the competition. However with these new plans, I’ll have to cut more from food money to set any app up, and I can’t do that (and nobody should).