Pricing
Free
Use all features of Authgear to improve your app's security and develop faster!
  • 1,000 monthly active users
    1 day of log retention
    Account removal if inactive for 60 days
    No SLA
    Community support
Startups
Grow and scale without compromising security
  • 1,000 monthly active users
    Up to 10 days of log retention
    AD, LDAP, and SAML support
    Passwordless login/verification via SMS
    Email support
Enterprise
Run Authgear for your mission-critical applications
  • Managed SaaS or private cloud deployment
    Enterprise-level SLA
    Professional support and services
    Anomaly detection
    Audited reports
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Can I export all users data if I stop using Authgear?

Yes. You can export all data from Authgear as needed. Authgear is open source and based on PostgreSQL DB, so you can get the data and run it on your own server and own all of your data.

What is the definition of monthly active users?

A monthly active user refers to any unique user who interacted (i.e., signed up, logged in, or had an active session) with your app within a given month.

What are Authgear's SLA and uptime commitment?

Authgear provides a 99.95% monthly uptime commitment. This excludes scheduled downtimes (with 48 hours' advance notice) of no more than 12 hours per year. You can read more about our service level agreement (SLA) here. We can provide higher commitments for users with enterprise license - just talk to us.

Why should I trust Authgear with my users data?

Authgear is open source, so there's no secret, proprietary code. You can audit everything. We host our data on data centers and cloud providers that comply with information security standards including ISO 27001 and PCI-DSS. You can read more here. We also design and develop each feature according to the Open Web Application Security Project's (OWASP) checklist.

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