Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Happy Holidays

This year was unlike any other, as is this holiday season. As we move into a new year, the whole team at Apiary Book wishes you success and wealth, and may your beehives grow bigger and stronger with each and every day.

Thank you for your support this year!

Monday, December 14, 2020

Christmas Sale

Have you started the preparations for the new beekeeping season?

Take advantage now of the 25% Christmas discount on the PRO subscription!

Christmas Sale

Sign up now, the offer is valid until 25th of December.

Friday, November 20, 2020

Black Friday

Black Friday is coming sooner that you think!

Pro Subscription is now only 4.16 EUR/month (37.5% OFF).

Get the deal you've been waiting for all year and join the biggest community of beekeepers worldwide.

Sign up now:

Sunday, November 1, 2020

Group discount

Starting with November 1st, we offer discounts of up to 50% on PRO subscriptions for groups of at least 5 beekeepers who order together through a beekeeping association.

Group discount

Request this special offer by sending an email to

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Apiary Inform

Communication between your beekeeping association and you has never been easier! 

Using Apiary Inform your association can send out news, messages and alerts that allow all members to be up to date with the latest information regarding bees health or incidents that may impact beekeeping activities.

Apiary Inform

Find more info here:

Monday, October 5, 2020

Our community

Samuel Samaniego Gamez is a teacher from Mexico.

"I am a teacher at the Autonomous University of Baja California at the Institute of Agricultural Sciences, and I work in the beekeeping area of ​​the Institute. I am a collaborator in the academic body of Sustainable Animal Production.

The institute apiary that we are developing is located in Mexicali, Baja California Mexico, we began work in March, we currently have 24 hives, to which they have already been assigned QR code.

I used your application, which I think is very good, currently I have the apiary records on my smartphone. I consider that the tools that can be accessed when the data is synchronized in the cloud are very necessary, since it is possible to keep the statistical record of each hive."

Monday, September 28, 2020

Announcing Apiary Adopt

Apiary Adopt program allows members of the public to adopt a beehive from one of the registered Apiary Book beekeepers. The objective is to promote beekeeping and bees to the public and to support beekeepers.

Beekeepers will be able to enroll to this program starting 1st of October.

We need your opinion, please fill in this short form, your feedback will be used to improve Apiary Adopt.

Sunday, September 20, 2020

5th Anniversary 1+1 Offer

Tens of thousands of beekeepers around the world have selected Apiary Book to improve their apiary activities. Join now and get 5th Anniversary 1+1 PRO Subscription for only 3.33 EUR/month. Pay one year and get one year FREE!

Apiary Book 5th Anniversary

Find more derails here:

Friday, September 11, 2020

Our community

EARTH University prepares its students from various countries to contribute to sustainable development by obtaining an undergraduate degree in Agricultural Sciences. Bees are so essentials to agriculture, it was crucial to give opportunities to students to learn about beekeeping and the role of bees in food production.

In 2015, Annie Tremblay M.Sc., zoologist, and Mirlande Hector, a 4th year student (Promotion 2015, Haiti) established an Educational Apiary. The following year, and since then, Annie Tremblay has been teaching beekeeping and bee conservation as an elective course for the 4th year students interested in the subject.  

The Educational Apiary allows students to really have the chance to manipulate frames and be in close contact with Apis mellifera colonies. Furthermore, students can use the apiary to develop course or final year projects. All colonies inspections are registered using Apiary Book application.

Monday, September 7, 2020

Apiary Education

Get better beekeeping learning results for all students with Apiary Education!

The beneficiaries of Apiary Education can be teachers who teach or students who take beekeeping courses. To enroll into the program, send your request to

Find more here:

Thursday, September 3, 2020

Our community

David Williamson aka the Bearded Beekeeper, is a Yorkshire beekeeper, with over 20 colonies.

"What got me into Beekeeping?

I was studying 'Change' and how people in general reacted to it, especially when they perceived that it was enforced upon them.

During a discussion about change with a professor, I was advised that I should research superorganisms, like Ants and Bees, to gain a better understanding of change and how even tiny creatures cope with it, and that like the Ants and Bees people often deal with change on a daily basis without conciously thinking about it.

David Williamson

It was during this reseach that I found out that Honey Bees around the world were in trouble, and many colonies were dying out each year, and that we should be going out of our way to help them by doing whatever we can to increase their survival chances.

I then wondered if there was anything that I could do myself to help this plight of the Honey Bee, so I looked up the local BKA, found out that they often did beekeeping courses, and enrolled upon one.

Soon after I bought a couple of WBC hives and a couple of nucs full of bees, and the rest is as they say history, but that is not quite true, for me it was a new beginning.

So, going back to my original reason for learning about bees, in order "to gain a better understanding of change"; have my honey bees actually taught me anything about change? The answer is yes, humility!

I have observed my bees hard at work in all weathers, and the only time that they are not 'buzzing' around is when it is too cold for them; they are definitely not lazy.

And then there are the facts, like that a colony of honey bees can produce around 60 lbs of honey in one season, and that an individual honey bee only contributes around 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey to that amount in its lifetime, all done without any thought whatsoever for itself, it puts a new meaning into the word insignificant.

So, if one honey bee can do so much just by working with others, then maybe I can do something to help to save the honey bee by working with others, and by doing my bit, no matter how insignificant that bit may seem to be on it's own.

I have grown to love the relaxing nature of beekeeping and of course my Honey Bees; and even when I get stung now and again I know it is because I did something wrong; my bees in general are good natured, hard working honey making wonders, and I am fascinated by them, I am so pleased that I got into beekeeping and provided some of them with homes 'Beehives'."

Monday, August 31, 2020

Apiary Book 6.3

The latest update of Apiary Book 6.3 is now available in Google Play:

What's new:

- public profile QR Code for sharing info about you with your customers (honey jars, digital business card, email signature)

- hive weight graph showing feedings and adding/removal of hive components for better understanding of bee colony progress

Do not hesitate to send your comments and suggestions to

Friday, August 28, 2020

Public Profile QR Code

Use QR Code on honey jars to allow your consumers to access key information about you with just one scan from their mobile devices!

You can download and print your QR Code containing your details from Public Profile section.


Apiary Book for Android

Go to Community -> Account, add the information like name, address, biography, social media links, choose your Custom URL and enable Public Profile. Print or share your QR Code.

Apiary Book Web App

Open and add the information you wants to make public (name, address, photo, biography, social media), choose a custom URL and opt for public profile activation. Download your QR code.

Find more about the Community Public Profile here:

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Hive Weight Chart

We constantly seek feedback to improve our products, whilst identifying opportunities to assist beekeepers in realizing their work objectives.

Jericho Hallimore sent to us the following request:

"You have created a great app, thank you!  My suggestion was that in some way you can merge the views of hive weight with feedings and equipment added.  This way you can more easily tell if increase is honey production or just feeding or adding a box."

Starting Apiary Book for Android version 6.3, the hive weight chart contains also information about feedings and adding/removal of hive components.

Send your suggestions or feedback to 

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Apiary Report

Use Apiary Book Reports to inform about problems/incidents affecting your apiary like total bee colony loss caused by hurricane. The information will help other beekeepers from your area to take timely precautionary measures.

Category: Bee colony losses

Location: Douglas, GA

"Hurricane induced storms destroyed hives = Total loss"

Affected hives: 5 of 5

Report form is available in Apiary Book for Android and Web app:

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Find a mentor

Mentoring is a traditional way for beekeepers to teach people starting beekeeping about how to take care of bees.

If you want to find a mentor to help you just go to Community - Mentorship - Find e mentor, browse the list of experienced beekeepers who can offer you support and advice, and start communication by sending messages.

Monday, July 27, 2020

Our community

Introducing Kiril Marinov from Bulgaria, beekeeper since 2005, talking about Bee Queen's Protective Reflex. He believes that this special queen behavior is important to be known by beekeepers because many queen bees are killed meaningless due to ignorance of the phenomenon.

"I have been a beekeeper since 2005. By 2014, I had 150 bee families and I was involved in the production of queens and swarms, semi-professionally, in addition to my main occupation - an automation and mechanics engineer.

In the same 2014, I signed contracts for the production of 300 bee swarms, so I had to produce 300 queens, respectively. I was able to handle this difficult task alone.

During the production process, I encountered a strange behavior of bee queens (6 of them, not all of them).

It is most likely an unconditional reflex (or an instinct acquired over the millennia, to be examined and proved.). I call it the Bee Queen's Protective Reflex

On a nice sunny day, I had to mark another group of queens with the color of the year.
Everything was going fine, but a rather fast and stubborn queen put me in difficulty.

I managed to mark it and released the pressure and, to my surprise, queen stopped moving!

I called a known queen producer to ask him, what is it? Has he encountered such a phenomenon?
He told me - Yes! The queen is dead, just tear her head and throw it away.

But since I was curious as a child, I thought: I will easily tear her head off, but I certainly will not be able to put it back in place! Something was telling me that there was more to come in this event! I decided that it was impossible for the queen to die from the slight pressure.

I carefully placed the queen at the bottom of the hive where the bees surrounded her and started licking her. And the miracle happened. After a few minutes the queen moved. I closed the hive and proceeded to the next marking.

The next day I opened the hive and saw that the queen was laying eggs, as if nothing had happened!

The same year the same incident happened 5 more times with other queens!

I suppose paralysis is intended to mislead the attacker (the bird that caught her during the marriage flight) by pretending to be dead or really fainting like other animals from stress - these are just guesswork. We will certainly get answers to this many other questions in time!"

Saturday, July 25, 2020


We are extremely excited to announce that Apiary Book has reached a new milestone, more than 150,000 beekeepers downloaded our app.

We would like to thank each and every one of you for your support.

Your bees, our passion. Let's grow together!

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Basic pricing plan changes

We created Apiary Book five years ago with the objective to help beekeepers to make better informed decisions. Me and my team have invested a lot of our own time and money in it and it has been a helpful tool for more than 20,000 beekeepers from around the world — including you.

Most of you are constantly requesting additional features and updates and we are happy to build Apiary Book solutions together with you.

To be able to support and improve our solutions we launched in February this year the PRO Subscription plan. For only 6.66 EUR/month a beekeeper have access to fully integrated beekeeping management tools.

We strongly believe that Apiary Book can grow with your help, that's why we decided that the free Basic Plan will be limited to 1 apiary and 1 - 9 hives staring next week.

Here's what you need to know if you are using now a Basic Subscription:
- if you have 1 apiary and 1-9 hives you can continue with the free Basic plan;
- if you have more than 1 apiary and more than 10 hives you can continue with the free Basic plan but you will not be able to add more apiaries or hives;
- if you have more than 1 apiary and more than 10 hives and want to add more apiaries and hives you have to sign up for a PRO subscription.

Find more about pricing plans here:

If you already signed up for a PRO Subscription you don't have to do anything, this plan allow you to manage multiple apiaries and unlimited number of hives.

Please let us know if you have any questions:

Your bees, our passion. Let's grow together!

Thursday, July 16, 2020

Sugar Syrup Calculator

Sugar Syrup Calculator is available now in the Apiary Book for Android app.

Calculator 1 helps you to determine how many liters of water and kilograms of sugar you must add to get a specific volume of syrup.

Calculator 2 can be used in order to determine how many liters of sugar syrup you get for a specific quantity of sugar.

Important: the beekeeper must feed only to prevent starvation and not for the production of honey that is to be gathered later.

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Give back to the bees

Sign up now for PRO subscription, now with a 25% discount, limited offer for only 100 subscribers:

For only 0.25* EUR/month per hive (*price for a total of 20 hives) you have access to the most complete and appreciated apiary management solution, trusted by 20000+ beekeepers from around the world.

Your bees, our passion. Let's grow together!

Saturday, July 11, 2020

Assistant - requeen

Beekeeping records of queens are important. Selecting and replacing queen bees and managing bee swarms can help you maintain a successful bee colony. In general, older queens will not lay as well as a young queen.

Using Assistant you can check the age of the queens from an apiary and plan to re-queen hives based on a schedule.

Monday, July 6, 2020

Queen - color code

It is common practice to mark the queen with a small spot of paint on her back (thorax) so that the beekeeper finds it better among other bees and to determine their age.

The color indicate the year the queen was introduced.
  • white – for years that ends in 1 and 6 (ex. 2011, 2016)
  • yellow – for years that ends in 2 and 7 (ex. 2012, 2017)
  • red – for years that ends in 3 and 8 (ex. 2013, 2018)
  • green – for years that ends in 4 and 9 (ex. 2014, 2019)
  • blue – for years that ends in 0 and 5 (ex.2015, 2020)

Friday, July 3, 2020

Apiary Book 6.0

We've been listening to your feedback and are exited to share with you a few new features and upgrades:
- Academy - a new space for beekeepers who want to learn how to overcome the current challenges of modern beekeeping
- Improved queens' list
- Colonies movement - Latitude and Longitude added for Departure/Destination

Update now to the latest version 6.0:

Because we want to offer successful solutions that meets beekeepers’ expectations, we decided to offer Team Collaboration feature in a brand new app dedicated for beekeeping companies, stay tuned!

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Supporting beekeepers' efforts

In July, the bees will be doing what we all know bees to do… a lot of work. Bee colonies have reached the peak of their power, which means that the hives are strong due to the large number of bees.

As a beekeeper, you still have many activities to do in the apiary, the end of the beekeeping season is still far away.

We want to support the efforts you make every day in your apiary, so we offer you the opportunity to buy the PRO subscription for only 40 EURO for 6 months, so that you are ready for the challenges that will appear till the end of the year.

Find more:

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Beekeeping in Hawaii

Mark Baker is a beekeeper from Hawaii that helped Police and Fire with many Honeybee Emergencies.

He is passionate about honeybees of Hawaii. He is studying the effects of Bees to Hawaii's environment and the varroa mites impact on Hawaii' bees.

Want to know the history of honey bees in Hawaii?


As a beekeeper and more for 25+ years now here in Hawaii, I have spent years studying the honeybees of Hawaii. Honeybees are a fairly recent addition to Hawaii. It started with the royalty giving the new industry of raising cattle in Hawaii's dry areas. To feed the cattle on board the ships, they fed them pods from the mesquite trees of the mainland's southwest. Once they arrived at their portage, the cattle were tossed overboard to be ferried to shore. This might have been unsettling, since as soon as they reached shore, they pooped out the seeds wherever they landed and this was the beginning of the wild mesquite forests of Hawaii. Here they Mesquite is called Kiawe.

This was 1824. Always that ends way? Right? The Ranchers were to notice soon no pods being produced by their trees. Once they asked, they received their answer: there were no honeybees in Hawaii. Bingo! In 1857 when they then brought honeybees to Hawaii, the pods were heavily produced and their cattle were well fed ever where no rain fell since Kiawe[mesquite] sends it roots down 250 feet to look for subterranean sources of water.

At this time , also, the sail ship brought something that would have impacted the peoples in a bad way if not for the honeybees taking over the jobs that before the sail ships had been done by the native birds of Hawaii. Mosquitoes! This were more than just pests, they fed on the local birds at roost in the trees at night and soon these birds were sickened with TB and many types were lost. The crops of the islanders would have failed from no pollination and people would have starved, but the bees saw the tempting bloomsome and took on the task. Today, a well-cared for hive can produce 20 or more different types of our local honeys. As to production, I myself had 20 hives at a test bee yard producing 1560 pounds of Kiawe Honey yearly, each hive.

By studying these honeybees of Hawaii, I have found many here to fore missed things about honeybees of the world. It has been a wonderful field of study and a sweet reward as well!"

Saturday, June 27, 2020

How can you help?

Our community of beekeepers is the heart and soul of Apiary Book.

It's great to see beekeepers from around the world becoming contributors by helping with the development of Apiary Book solutions.

We invite you join in to shape the future of this project:

- help us with the translation of Apiary Book to French / Polish / Turkish or other languages;
- send us your feedback, ideas and improvements, your opinion is truly valued;
- play an active role in the community, share information and get valuable advice;
- promote Apiary Book on your social media channels: Twitter, Facebook groups, etc.
- choose to be a PRO subscriber (for the price of  3-4 cups of coffee per month)

Send your feedback to
Subscribe now

Your bees, our passion. Let's grow together!

Friday, June 26, 2020

Community support

Apiary Book Community Support is a place where beekeepers can request or offer help in their community.

Using Community Support you can:
1. respond to requests for help or create a new post to let others know how you can help;
2. request help for yourself by creating posts about what you need or searching posts to see if anyone is offering the help you’re looking for.

Communication with other beekeepers is done through messages.

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

National Pollinator Week

June 22-28, 2020 is designated National Pollinator Week!

"National Pollinator Week is a time to celebrate pollinators and spread the word about what you can do to protect them."

Find Activities and Lightnings here:

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

What is a beekeeper?

Beekeepers are not only persons that keeps bees
They are also carpenters, painters, carriers, packagers, drivers, sellers, managers, accountants, speakers, teachers and so many other professions.

Apiary Book team is passionate about helping beekeepers at all levels. Learn more about how we can help you improve your beekeeping practices, regardless of your profession:

Your bees, our passion! Let's grow together!

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Your bees, our passion

Share your story with us! When did you start your beekeeping adventure?

How many years have you built, worked, lifted and loaded? How many times have you been stung, your back hurt, your face burned by sun? And yet you feel satisfied, happy and proud of your profession: bee keeper.

In recognition of your efforts, we want to help you with your daily activities and therefore offer you a 25% discount on your Pro Lite subscription.

The promotion is available starting 20 of June 2020. Find more here:

Your bees, our passion! Let's grow together!

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Hive Inspection

The opinion of our users is truly valued.

Andrey Lebedev from Russia sent the following feedback:

"Вносить данные об осмотре ужасно неудобно.
Entering inspection data is terribly inconvenient."

Starting Apiary Book 5.8 the details of an Hive Inspection are displayed using horizontal tabs allowing the beekeeper to navigate easier between different pages.

The navigation experience was enhanced also for Hive Component and Forage.  

Tuesday, June 16, 2020


As a new beekeeper you have to learn a lot. The best way is to find a local beekeeping mentor that will guide you in all your apiary activities. Using Apiary Book Mentorship feature you can find mentors who can offer you support and advice.

Photo: Bogdan, founder of Apiary Book together with his apprentice. Cristian decided to start his beekeeping journey this year, so he bought 2 beehives. He already harvested 20 kg of rape honey.

Friday, June 12, 2020

Language support

Are you passionate about bees and want to help make Apiary Book available in new languages, or help improve the translations for existing languages?

We are looking for French / Polish / Turkish beekeepers that can help us with the translation of Apiary Book. Each contributor will get a PRO Lite subscription for FREE.

If you are interested send an email to

Find here the list of beekeepers who have made a significant investment of time, with useful results, into Apiary Book project activities.

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Apiary Inform

Apiary Inform is a free management and communication solution for beekeeping associations.

Using this platform, a beekeeping associations can register and manage the list of members, invite members to join the communication group and send notifications to beekeepers (communication channels: email, in-app messages).

Beekeepers receive beekeeping news, best practices, disease/pest alerts, event details and other information directly on their email or mobile phone.

Find more details here:

Here are some advantages:
- free solution for beekeeping associations
- unlimited registered members
- multiple organizations/groups
- easy-to-use notification console
- communication channels: email or in-app notifications *

* In order to get in-app notifications on his smartphone, a member must have Apiary Book for Android installed and a registered account.
* SMS support can be added if required (additional fees may apply, depending on the volume)

Find below some use cases for beekeeping association:
- alerts of disease/pest discovered in a region
- crop treatments in a location/county
- monthly beekeeping actions needed in the apiary
- announcements related to the activity of association
- World Bee Day 20 May 

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Queen Rearing Calendar

Queen rearing is the process by which beekeepers raise queen bees from young fertilized worker bee larvae.

The schedule of tasks for rearing queen bees is based on the natural development cycle of honey bee queens.

Queen Rearing Calendar notifies you about the timing of each step in advance so you can prepare all equipment, hives and bees to be ready on the appropriate dates.

The dates are calculated based on the day the queen laid eggs or grafting day.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Apiary Ads

Apiary Ads is an online advertising platform used by beekeepers and beekeeping companies to promote their business by placing advertisements on Apiary Book applications.

Using Apiary Ads Manager, you can create online ads to reach ten of thousands of beekeepers from around the world interested in the products and services that you offer!

Apiary Ads Manager

With Apiary Ads you can:
- get more customers
- sell products or services
- raise awareness
- increase traffic to your website

Advertising banners are placed on Apiary Book for Android or Apiary Book website application.

Ads placement

You can find more about Apiary Ads here: , registration is free.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

World Bee Day 2020

World Bee Day is celebrated on May 20. On this day Anton Janša, the pioneer of beekeeping, was born in 1734.

The main purpose of World Bee Day is to spread awareness of the significance of bees and other pollinators for the future of mankind. Pollination is a fundamental process for the survival of our ecosystems. That's why beekeepers have the most important job in the world.

Apiary Book team is committed to helping each beekeeper achieve its goals.
On World Bee Day, we want to celebrate together our joint efforts to protect bees by providing a 25% discount of Pro Lite Subscription.

Hurry, this sweet promotion is available between 20 - 27 of May 2020.
Sign up now:

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Apiary Book 5.6 update

Download now the latest update of Apiary Book 5.6, now available in Google Play:

What's new:

- easier visualization and editing of apiary details
- community public profile
- messaging support for team members
- new community notifications/updates

Do not hesitate to send your comments and suggestions to, we need your help in order to provide products/solutions for beekeepers that are useful and easy-to-use.

Monday, May 11, 2020

Asian hornet

Using Apiary Book Reports you can inform nearby beekeepers about problems/incidents affecting bee colonies health like Asian giant hornet, now spotted in USA.

"Sightings of the Asian giant hornet have prompted fears that the vicious insect could establish itself in the United States and devastate bee populations."

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Meet the team behind Apiary Book

Introducing Ante Krstanović:
He is a Bosnian beekeeper and translates the Apiary Book application into Croatian.

"I've been in beekeeping for four years, when I was a kid I was interested in bees, I used to go to beekeepers a lot to watch bees...

I currently have 15-20 bee families, I plan to increase the number of bee families this year
My apiary is located at 1000 meters above sea level."

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Croatian language support

Apiary Book is now available also in Croatian language.

Translation is provided by Ante Krstanović from Bosnia! Hvala puno!

Apiary Book was translated with the help pf beekeepers from around the word:

Friday, May 1, 2020

Community Public Profile

As part of our efforts to support and promote the beekeepers, today we announce the launch of a new feature that helps Apiary Book users to build strong personal connection and relationship with customers: Community Public Profile.

- digital business card with your professional details
- personalized web address
- qr code for sharing info with just a scan

Public Profile example:

Custom public profile URLs are available on a first come, first serve basis.
Beekeepers can only have one custom public profile URL at a time.

Suggestions of usage:
- add Public Profile web link to email signature - customers can easily find all the information about you
- add QR Code to honey jar labels - allow buyers to interact with your brand and know more about the honey producer

What a beekeeper has to do is to open and add the information he wants to make public (city, country, biography, social media), choose a custom URL and opt for public profile activation.

Friday, April 24, 2020

Live Chat

There are now tens of thousands of beekeepers around the world using the Apiary Book management solution. As that community continues to grow, we’re committed to helping each beekeeper achieve its goals.

That’s why we are now offering the Live Chat feature.

Now you have access to one-on-one support through live online chat. By clicking "Messenger Chat" on the Apiary Book website, beekeepers can talk now with support team members to get quick answers to their questions, find out best practices for apiary management or learn step-by-step how to record and analyze the information of all honeybee colonies.

Thursday, April 23, 2020

PRO subscriptions - payment methods

The details about PRO pricing plans are available here:

We are offering the following payment options:
1. Credit/debit card
2. PayPal payment
3. Bank transfer

1. Credit/debit card

- Open the Apiary Book app
- In the top left, tap Menu ≡
- Tap Sign up for PRO (you can find it at bottom of the list)
- Press SUBSCRIBE button for PRO or PRO Lite subscription
- Add your card details in web page
- Press Pay now

If the payment is successful, the subscription is automatically generated.

In order to activate your subscription on your smartphone please follow the next steps:
- Open Apiary Book for Android
- Go to Settings, Subscription and press on GET INFO button.
- You should get the following text: Current plan details, Pro or Pro Lite Subscription, End Date: xx/xx/2021

2. PayPal payment

Use the following links: - for Pro Lite Subscription - for Pro Subscription

You need a PayPal account in order to make the payment!

As soon as the money are into company account your subscription is generated and you will receive a email confirmation and details about how you can activate it on your smartphone.

3. Bank transfer

Banca Transilvania
IBAN: RO27BTRLEURCRT0450164601 (it is an account in EURO)

Apiary Software SRL

Amount to pay:
80 EUR, ref. Pro Lite Subscription
100 EUR, ref. PRO Subscription

As soon as the money are into company account your subscription is generated and you will receive a email confirmation and details about how you can activate it on your smartphone.

For more information please send an email to