Effortlessly keep track of which items your users love - just code the ❤ button.
I know what you’re thinking…”why would I spend $10/month on a feature I could build myself? It's just a new database table, right”? Well, here’s why:
Let’s assume you are paying a dev $35/hour for their work. They are a force of nature, and get your favorites list feature developed, tested, and deployed in an 8 hour day. You spent $280 for your favorites list.
Now let’s talk about maintanence. Your little favorites feature is breaks once or twice, which confuses or upsets customers. You also need to keep all of your unit tests up to date. So your original $280 investment ends up being many times that.
Or, you could do this:
Have a fully functioning favorites list, in less than 10 minutes.
It’s that simple.