SafeInCloud has recently completely overhauled its pricing system in a very confusing way. On the website, there are no plans advertised at all, merely links to the version you may want. Only after setup do you find the option to upgrade your service.
Even then, there seems to be a pricing disparity between the mobile version and the desktop version. The desktop version has an unlockable premium version which will run $2.99, but as of writing only includes the ability to log in with Windows Hello. While more features are promised to be coming, it’s not a compelling reason to fork over money when the free version is more or less completely unlocked other than that one feature.
Meanwhile, the mobile version has two, one-time licenses you can purchase in addition to the standard free version. Family Pro, which can be shared with up to 5 members of your Google Play Family Library ($14.99) and Individual Pro which allows you to install the app on an unlimited number of mobile devices (as long as they’re connected to the same app store).
SafeInCloud gets points for having a great, free desktop app, but I have to wonder if there are two completely different teams working on each version and pricing them without talking to each other.