Starting with SkaDate is easy. After a successful order, you will be asked to provide some initial information to help us launch your dating site/app. If you have any custom development already estimated, we will also follow up on that. FAQ below.
How long does it take SkaDate set up a website/app for me?
It very much depends on your setup. Here are some guiding estimates:
- Default website: 24 hours (on business days);
- Default apps: 2-4 weeks for Google Play and up to 2-3 months for Apple Store (because of App Store approval times);
- For Progressive Web Apps: 1 week, if you submitted all the requested information.
- Custom development: always estimated separately.
All of this is after we obtain the necessary setup information from you. Also please note that 3rd party hosting can increase the time because of various incompatibilities not easily detected upfront.
Are there any ongoing fees with SkaDate?
Can I later upgrade to a higher solution? (e.g. Complete to Premium)
Yes! You may not realize all your needs at the start, so we'll be happy to offer you an upgrade for merely the price difference between any solutions. No strings attached.
Do you guarantee my apps will be accepted by the App Stores?
Unfortunately, not a single vendor can guarantee you that. This is due to the fact that Apple and Google are constantly tightening their regulations towards the original content in their stores. If Apple or Google decide that your app is not unique or original enough, or they have too many similar themed apps in their stores, they will reject your app.
What happens if my app is rejected by either or both of the App Stores?
Fortunately for you, our apps fully utilize the Progressive Web App technology. This means you do not have to rely on app stores at all, instead directly delivering the mobile experience to your visitors. If you still want to continue with distributing your apps through the app stores, we will do our best to appeal the decision until your apps are accepted, or we receive a definite unappealable rejection. The only way further will be to introduce significant changes to the app code and design at additional costs.
More answers can be found in our general FAQ section.