License and Terms of user

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The use of an item is bound by the license you purchase. A license grants you a non-exclusive and non-transferable right to use and incorporate the item in your personal or commercial projects. There are several licenses available:

Single License

Your use of the item is restricted to a single installation (one iOS app and one Android app).

You may use the item for work which is created specifically for you or your client.

The item may not be redistributed or resold.

The source code may not be redistributed or resold. However, the compiled app can be distributed in the market.

If the item contains licensed components, those components must only be used within the item, and must not be extracted and used on a stand-alone basis.

If the item was created using materials which are the subject of a GNU General Public License (GPL), your use of the item is subject to the terms of the GPL in place of the foregoing conditions (to the extent the GPL applies).

Multiple License

Your use of the item is restricted to five installations (five iOS apps and five Android apps).

You may use the item for work which is created specifically for you or your client.

The source code may not be redistributed or resold. However, the compiled app can be distributed in the market.

If the item contains licensed components, those components must only be used within the item, and must not be extracted and used on a stand-alone basis.

If the item was created using materials which are the subject of a GNU General Public License (GPL), your use of the item is subject to the terms of the GPL in place of the foregoing conditions (to the extent the GPL applies).

Unlimited License

Your use of the item may extend to multiple installations (no limitations).

You may use the item for work which is created specifically for you or your client.

The source code may not be redistributed or resold. However, the compiled app can be distributed in the market.

If the item contains licensed components, those components must only be used within the item, and must not be extracted and used on a stand-alone basis.

If the item was created using materials which are the subject of a GNU General Public License (GPL), your use of the item is subject to the terms of the GPL in place of the foregoing conditions (to the extent the GPL applies).