Important update on the Basic subscription
Starting today, the Basic subscription now is a 14 days trial period for developers that want to try the Nimbb API on their site. This period is calculated from the creation date of the account. After 14 days, a subscription is required to continue using Nimbb. The period can also be shorter if the developer makes 100 displays of the Nimbb Player on a site. Depending on which happens first, the Nimbb Player will automatically be disabled until a subscription is purchased.
This trial period is added to allow developers to test Nimbb so that they can then decide to subscribe to our service. Also take note that if you currently have a subscription and that the expiration date is reached, the Nimbb Player will also be disabled on your site. Make sure to renew your subscription in advance.
To reflect these changes, we updated the FAQ and the Developer guide. In addition, version 1.05 of the Nimbb Player was released.
Finally, we added the site Mamma Mia! – Sing-Along in our Customers page.