There are in total 5 different plans
The different pricing is mainly on limitations of different usage of the platform.
In each plan, there is a different number of published apps that can be done, but there is no limit to the number of unpublished apps & pages that can be done.
A published app or page is a project which has a URL which means that users can access it like any website on the internet.
It is possible to unpublish an app or page if you no longer need it.
Editors are members of your Glide team, meaning they can enter any project and edit it if they wish to.
This option is available on non-free plans, and this future is about removing Glide branding from your app. It is possible to add more beyond the limitation with an extra fee of 10 USD per project.
You can do this by going to Setting → Billing → Enable Whitelabeling
This kind of user is free in all the apps. They are users that can enter the app without the need of logging in. There is only one use case where this is possible. You will need to make your app “public”.
To do this go to Setting → Privacy → Mark “Public”
These users are all the users who logged in to your app. They have been through the sign-in page and put their email address to do so. The app can be wither on Public mode and they logging in from inside the app or they logged-in directly when opening the app’s link when you set your app on “Public with email” mode.
Those kinds of users are counted when your app is on “Private sign-in” mode. Currently (19 May 2022) there are 3 options.
Set this option when you are creating a list of emails in the tab which is set up to be the user’s tab. Those emails only will be allowed to log in to your app or page.
This option is almost the same as the first one, the difference is you can choose any tab that you want to be the email whitelist.
The last option is to make projects which are only for the use of the team members (editors), which is good when you are in the development stage of your project. Another use case can be that a certain app has highly sensitive data, and you don’t want anyone to log into it.
Glide count all of the rows used in your app or page.
Glide count none of the rows not used in your app or page.
Glide does not count empty rows.
As long as the rows are referenced in the app or the tab is referenced in the app.
An app with over 50k rows in it will show only 1k rows used because it is possible to use vlookup to pull info from those 50k rows to another tab which it alone is in the app usage.
Storage is for images and files like PDF to store in your app. Therefore, it is recommended to shrink images and files before uploading them to the app. It is possible to compress them with websites like tinypng.com.
Those were the main section of the pricing and it is recommended to read them fully to better understand your needs.