Just throwing my own thoughts into the thread.
Glide is an excellent platform, probably the best there is right now for what it provides. I can’t see any reason why we wouldn’t expect to pay something to use this platform for our apps. In my scenario we use Glide internally, where it provides a business benefit, and we provide apps to our customers, from which we derive revenue. In both scenarios I believe we should pay. Value / benefit generally costs something.
In terms of the price, even that seems reasonably well-pitched, with the single exception that I’ve mentioned previously. In my experience we have found it 100% preferable (due to workability and security) to provide our customers with a “client app” coupled with an “admin app”. The former is the app they use in anger and the latter is used to configure it e.g. adding content and user details. In this scenario we struggle a little as it requires 2x Pro licences.
This seems a little unfair to me, as both apps form part of the same solution and utilise the same data source. I think the Glide Team should consider this as a very real world scenario to see if they can help, perhaps allowing 2 apps per data source under the same licence or something similar. As an example, Adalo (nice but not as good as Glide at the moment) have a fixed cost per month for unlimited apps, which is probably too far the other way, but you get the idea.