Microsoft PowerApps Pricing and License Cost

DavidGerard
Business Intelligence Consultant at FumAstra Management Consulting
The pricing is pretty good. Right now, I'm paying for a two or three-month trial that is priced well. This trial period gives a company time to try an application, develop it, test it, and decide as to whether they will go ahead and pay for a modular plan. I find their pricing quite affordable. View full review »
YousefHasan
Developer at Australian College of Kuwait
I have no idea about licensing costs. I tried contacting Microsoft about this because the information isn't easily available and it was unclear where I could search for this. My guess is that the cost is dependent on the company and product needs. I tried to make a calculation and it looks like it's going to be much cheaper to purchase the product than if I were to hire an engineer, get him to develop an app, and have it maintained. This is a much more scalable and less expensive solution. View full review »
reviewer1427211
Senior Product Manager Digital Transformation at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution is free if you have a Teams account, or Office 365. If you start to use any premium connectors that are not stored in a SharePoint list or on an Excel workbook, then it costs $4 per user per month. If you want unlimited, it's about $16 per month for unlimited apps and unlimited connectors. There might potentially be a few other extra fees, however, I'm not sure what they are. Microsoft is one of those organizations that manage to nickel and dime its customers on everything. View full review »
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Guillermo Carles
Business Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
I'm using a trial version right now. I'm still learning the system, so I haven't moved into a paid version yet. It's my understanding that the pricing isn't too bad. I've heard other people mention it's not as expensive as Azure in comparison with Linux. One or two licenses may not be too expensive, however, I don't know the exact pricing. View full review »
reviewer1424412
Vice President, Information System & Technology at a real estate/law firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The licensing fee at the enterprise level is expensive. View full review »
Bujjireddy Pokala
Technical Lead at SmartIMS India Pvt.Ltd
If I want to use Power Apps with Singalab, then I have to pay $10 per month. But if I want to have unlimited access to Power Apps that is $40 per month per user. Prices may have changed. View full review »
Yehuda Parnes
Founder at Simplify IT
The setup costs depend on the organization (it's professional knowledge) and it's assets location once the basic data and application is in Azure the setup effort will be very cost effective. For organizational internal users the prices are fair. But for external users It's negotiation. The the long term is vague. View full review »
reviewer1354854
Cloud Application Architect, Senior Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I was using a free version. The company has a subscription where you can use certain features for free, but there are features that require a premium subscription to use. I am not certain, but I suspect they would be expensive. View full review »
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