Soporte y costos (Support and Costs to use MIT App Inventor)

Estimados quisiera saber sobre el soporte de Google al App Inventor y si existe algún costo o pago adicional sobre mejoras en la creación de las aplicaciones que se crean, gracias por las respuestas

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Welcome Jose.

Privacy Policy and Terms of Use explains how you can use MIT App Inventor.

This is probably what you want to know:

The Apps you create

By creating and storing apps on the MIT App Inventor server you represent and warrant that you are the owner and creator of the apps, (i) that you have the authority to authorize MIT to store the apps on the MIT App Inventor Server and (ii) you will use the apps in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. You, and not MIT, are solely responsible for your apps and your use of them.

MIT has no proprietary rights in the apps you create with MIT App Inventor. These apps belong to you. Your apps are stored on the MIT App Inventor server. You have the right to download your apps and delete them from the server at any time. If you delete an app, there is the possibility that MIT may be able to continue to access it from the backups we keep for purposes of system maintenance, but these backups are periodically purged and are not designed for long-term preservation. MIT will strive to keep your apps and your account accessible to you for as long as you wish, but we have no obligation to do so, and MIT has no liability for the consequences of the service becoming unavailable or your apps becoming unavailable. We therefore strongly suggest that you maintain backup copies of valuable apps at places besides the MIT App Inventor server.

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MIT App Inventor is a 100% free app building platform, which is designed for students, to learn about app building. It doesn't even have ads.

En caso digamos que no se pueda acceder a la app inventor o que no se registre algún dato por alguna falla en los servidores????

That topic is discussed in the Terms of Service. If you are concerned about losing code, create an aia of your Project and save it on your PC or other 'safe' place. MIT states clearly "We therefore strongly suggest that you maintain backup copies of valuable apps at places besides the MIT App Inventor server."

As it is stated in the Terms of Service, you are responsible for your data. If you can't access the app inventor servers, consider using a stand alone, third party compile distribution (which is not provided by MIT). Please read the Terms of Service.

If you cannot agree to these terms, please do not use App Inventor.

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