I tested at companion and the announcements of unity appear.
No, it means it’s treated as default package name
com.appybuilder.email.app_name as default package for commission
This doesn’t increase commission when using the equivalent AppyBuilder package name
I think I get it now, you wrote that because using another name increases the commission, but if you use that no.
Yeah, I edited the Release Notes now as the previous version could be confusing
If your app name is
SuperApp and your email us
[email protected], then default package name is
If you keep that package name, or set as custom package name
com.appybuilder.foobar.SuperApp, your commission won’t get increased because of using a custom package name (it’s treated as a default one)
Let me ask you something similar.
I got a published package
com.thunkable.android.foobar.SuperApp, obviously started long time ago on Thunkable.
After sometime I moved to Appy Builder and kept the same package name (mandatory) in order to continue update the app.
Now If I’m move to Kodular and keep the same package name (mandatory), the commission would be as you have described?
In next update we will also treat it as default package
io.kodular.diego_barreiro_perez.app will be the same as
com.thunkable.diego_barreiro_perez.app for the commission system
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