Create a free account in minutes.
NO credit card required. NO timed trials. NO limit on creating published lists.
Pay only when you need more than 3 private lists, or earn free credits by supporting Listium.
Once you have reached your limit you will not be able to create a new list until you upgrade your account or archive one or more of your current lists.
Archived lists are NOT deleted. You can unarchive a list at any time provided you have room in your quota on the Basic plan, or you upgrade your account.
If you’d rather support Listium in ways other than paying for the Unlimited plan, we’ve made it relatively easy to earn free access.
You can automatically earn one week of credit for each new user who signs up:
In addition, you can do some of the following and request some free time be manually added to your account:
A large number of our members are lucky enough to live in countries where $3 is less than the cost of a cup of coffee. We are very aware that not everyone is so fortunate.
If you’ve helped Listium in a few ways and still need more free access to the Unlimited plan, then all you have to do is ask.
There are three ways: our website; Google Play store; iTunes (in-app) purchase.
The pricing is slightly different for Android and iOS given the different limitations provided by each store. Also, there are certain limitations when using iTunes payments, including an inability for us to give you free time in the same was as we do when you pay via our website.
If you choose to pay via iTunes we cannot automatically add free time to your account. We will record all of your free time and save it up, and at any time you can cancel your iTunes payments and start using the free time. If you pay via the Play Store or directly through Listium we will automatically add any accumulated time to your account, extending the date of your next payment.
We wanted to keep things simple. We considered lots of options including timed trials, but we know that some people need more time to try a new product than others. We figured that limiting the number of private lists was the simplest way to make it like an untimed trial. And if you never need any more lists, it remains free.
Publishing lists on Listium helps us. If you’d rather not pay, then publishing lists and sharing them with as many people as possible helps us reach more people, and some of them will ultimately sign up for a paid plan. You get a free product, we get the revenue we need to keep going. Win-win!
In part, we are. But investors need to know they can make money one day, and they won’t fund us if we can’t demonstrate an ability to do that.
If we don’t have people paying to use the app then we have to rely on targeted advertising, and that is both uncertain and not great for our users. Let’s all work together to avoid it coming to that.