I was very excited for the new update, but unfortunately I was denied the option to remove the fees.
I do not know what Kodular financial situation is, but I can understand if it would not have been profitable for Kodular to continue this way.
But eliminating the possibility of removing commissions is too difficult an approach.
I do not think there is any company or professional developer who would like to share 6-27% of the app’s ad revenue. Think of developers who develop applications for other people / companies - they need to explain that 6-27% of ad profits will not belong to any of them.
In my opinion, the option of an annual or monthly payment should be added, thus completely removing the fees from all the applications in the account, or even returning the fee removal method to a specific application.
(in addition to the new fee collection method)
All this at a more expensive price which will yield to Kodular a handsome profit.
I would love to hear your opinions and especially the team opinion.
Same thing i think about. With all users of Kodular and apps they post they’ll get really enough money and even more than they need, stopping the fee removal subscriptions is one of the worst decisions they made because it will pose issues for many koders. I hope they get it back as soon as possible we really need it
The number of users of Kodular and apps posted. Just imagine they share almost 1/4 of the revenues of every app posted on Play Store, isn’t that really a lot? And if they don’t want to get it back at least decrease the percentage or set a fixed amount
I believe that every software should have a profit and not just a profit to keep it alive. However, I believe there should be a way to remove commissions, even if it becomes more expensive.
I also think that this way everyone benefits - beginner developers can develop amazing applications on an amazing platform for free
And more advanced developers can remove the commissions at an appropriate price if they wish.
4 Million apps built in Kodular just in 2020, isn’t it more than enough to provide money to every one in Kodular’s staff and still have lot of profit? We don’t want them to remove comissions but it won’t affect them if they return the comission removal.
Our commission and branding removal features were not performing as well as we had hoped for. Several factors including supported payment methods, pricing, and the revenue generated by the average Kodular user have gone into our decision to unplug pay-to-remove functionality. (For example, most projects made with Kodular aren’t monetised at all)
After close consideration of what most of our users want from Kodular, we have recently announced a more streamlined process of monetising your apps. We believe this is the best option for a majority of our users.