During our interview of Kedar Shah -evangelist for MotherApp, we squeezed in our standard “Business Model” question. Here’s what Kedar shared with us about MotherApp’s current state in terms of growth and profitability.
Kedar: MotherApp makes money through custom mobile development, consulting and also revenue share partnerships for developing and selling an application in the marketplace to end users and customers.
Kedar: The MotherApp service is free for developers to use and learn. To sell an application using MotherApp, the company charges a license fee for the engine. Typically that ranges around $500 of upfront fee and it also does custom mobile development consulting services, where they would charge for development projects and they do revenue shares with partners for developing an application and then jointly selling it and marketing it together.
Kedar: With the content provider, with the company which is building the application with us or outsourcing it to us. We’ll create an agreement to build it and a win/win revenue share scenario where we both can benefit from the growth of an application.