The 10 Biggest Companies Using Paddle [2021]


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Paddle is a paddle is the subscription and commerce platform for SaaS and software businesses.

What Companies Are Using Paddle?

List of customers using Paddle:

# Customer Type Description
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Plausible Analytics analytics tool Plausible is a lightweight and open-source web analytics tool. Your website data is 100% yours and the privacy of your visitors is respected.
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Studio Wombat wordpress plugin business We make WordPress and WooCommerce plugins, both free and premium. Our products are designed with clean code & user experience in mind.
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CompanyHub integration platform Integrate your apps in 1 click with Integrately.<br /> 18x less expensive. Get started for FREE!
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Entrepreneur Business Blog marketing agency Start, Manage and Grow Your Business
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One Word Domains domain name business
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Gikken language learning app We make award-winning apps for iOS and Mac, and browser extensions: Mate Translate, Artpaper, Reji, Tokens, and Breaks for Eyes.
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Instatus tech support business Get an beautiful status page that's free forever on Instatus.
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Tookapic photo sharing platform 365 Project is a photography challenge. Take one photo a day to improve your self-discipline and take better photos.
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Klokki time tracking app The most precise automatic time tracking tool for the Mac. Improve your productivity and profitability by keeping track of your time. Created for the freelancers and makers who value time.
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Snap Search internet privacy app Fast, Secure, Incognito Web Browser for Android. Snap Search is a Private Browser for Android with 'Super Incognito Mode' designed to keep you safe online.
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Lotus weighted blankets brand LOTUS is a eco-friendly sleep brand. We specialize in luxury weighted blankets, 100% organic sheets and pillows.
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Mumu mac app Rich synonyms. Smart suggestions. Lightspeed launching. It's how the emoji picker should be.

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  • Pat Walls, Founder @ Starter Story