Learn about powerful add-ons that can help you buy & sell on Reverb.
The Reverb App Store is a collection of free and paid plugins that extend the functionality of your Reverb account. You grant apps access to read your Reverb data and take actions on your behalf (e.g. leaving feedback for you).View Reverb App Store
All apps come with a 30 day free trial, which starts on the day the app was installed. At the end of the free trial, a subscription fee will be added to your monthly Reverb statement for each month that you use the app. We’ll send you a reminder email 3 days before your free trial ends. If you uninstall an app, you’ll be charged a prorated amount based on the number of days you used the app for that app billing cycle.
Here’s an example:
You install an app that costs $9 per month on April 10th. You use the app through the 30 day free trial and on May 10th, you begin your paid usage of the the app. You use the app for another month and on June 10th, a $9 charge is added to your month-end Reverb statement (where you pay selling fees, shipping labels fees, etc.).
Yes. Simply uninstall the app and your monthly subscription will be cancelled.
No. There are no fees for uninstalling an app (uninstalling cancels your monthly subscription). You only pay for the days you use after the the 30 day free trial. If you cancel within the 30 day free trial period, you will not be charged any amount.
You will be charged a prorated amount based on the number of days you used the app for that app billing cycle.
Here’s an example: You install an app that costs $9 per month on April 10th. You use the app through the 30 day free trial and on May 10th, you begin your paid usage of the the app. You decide that you no longer want to use the app and uninstall it on May 20th, 10 days into a month of usage. On May 20th, a prorated charge of $3 ($9/month * 10/30 days of app usage) is added to your month-end Reverb statement.
On the page where you installed the app, there is a section for support in the sidebar.
You can uninstall an app from the same page you installed it from on the Reverb App Store.
Visit the Apps area of your dashboard.
When you install and authorize each app, the app will list the the information which the are requesting access to and the actions that it can take on your behalf (e.g. leaving feedback for you). If you uninstall an app, that app no longer has access to any information related to your Reverb account. Apps should never ask you for your account password and will never have access to sensitive data such as your password, bank account information, or PayPal password.
Questions about the Reverb API? Visit our developer hub.
Yes, anyone with a Reverb account can make an app and apply for it to be listed in the Reverb App Store. Reverb reviews all apps before they are approved and listed in the Reverb App Store. You can also create your own private apps that are for your use only and are not published in the Reverb App Store.
Developing an app and using the Reverb API is free. If your app is accepted into the Reverb App Store, you will earn an 80% revenue share for each app you sell.
Reverb may limit the number of requests an app can make to the API and may charge for increased request limits in the future.