I have an app that I want to White Label and possibly make available in the App Stores. It will be a public app with NO login. I don’t want to make any wrong assumptions.
AppSheet says you can distribute a white label app on your own: “A white label native version of an AppSheet app is a native mobile app with your own branding you can publish directly in an app store or distribute on your own.” But I found a post that says that ONLY works on Android and NOT Apple. Is that correct?
It sounds like you have to get a different license for White Label apps versus Public Apps.
The use of the white label option requires 10 licenses of AppSheet Core plan. Please consult the AppSheet pricing page for more details. from: What is a White Label Native App? | AppSheet Help Center
From the pricing page for Public Apps: Publicly accessible applications that don’t contain sensitive data and don’t require user sign-in can be created with an AppSheet Publisher Pro subscription. These apps include the feature sets of the AppSheet Core Plan, but do not include user sign-in options or the use of security filters. Publisher Pro apps can be used by an unlimited number of users for $50/mo/app.
Can I White Label a Public App? If so, what is the monthly cost?