License FAQ

The item is what you purchase from iProDev. The end product is what you build with that item.

Example: The item is a business card template; the end product is the finalized business card. The item is a button graphic; the end product is an app using the button graphic in the app’s interface.

Yes. You can customize our items to fit the needs of your end product.

Example: You could change the colors, text, and layout of a flyer template or convert an HTML template into a WordPress theme for a single client.

Non-exclusive means that you are not the only person with access to the item. Others will also be licensing and using the same item.

Contact us through contact form and we’ll do our best to help you out.

In simple terms, the main difference is that under the Regular License, your end product (incorporating the item you’ve licensed) is distributed for free, whereas under the Extended License your end product may be sold. Of course, if it was all that simple, we’d have a one sentence license, so please do read the licenses and the rest of these FAQs for more details!

If you’re a freelancer, you are allowed to create an end product for a client using the Regular License and charge them for your services.

If the end users need to pay to see the end product, you need an Extended License. There can be more than one end user as long as there is only one end product.

Example: A website that requires money before you can access the content

If the item is part of a product for sale, you need the Extended License.

Example: A game or t-shirt for sale

As long as the end users can freely access the end product, the Regular License is fine. There can be more than one end-user (the person who uses the end product, such as the end consumer) as long as there is only one, unique end product.

Example: A flyer that you freely give out or a YouTube video that’s free to view

No, just using the item in a commercial setting doesn’t necessarily mean you need an Extended License. You need an Extended License if the end product is sold to end users. If the end product is free, even if you are a commercial enterprise, you only need a Regular License.

Example: Even though a web store is commercial, as long as users can access the site itself without having to pay, a Regular License is sufficient.

No, the Regular License is fine. You only need the Extended License if the item is actually part of the product itself.

If the item is used within the free part, the Regular License if fine. If the item is used only in a part that requires payment to access, you need the Extended License.

Example: If you were using a 3d model of a sword for a game and you could only get the sword by buying it, you’d need the Extended License. If it was the starting weapon that even non-paying users could use, all you’d need is the Regular License.

No. You can’t license items and then make them available to others ‘as-is’ (that is, as a stand-alone item or as stock), regardless of which license you purchase.

Example: You can’t buy a business card template and distribute it as a template, source files and all.

No. The Extended License is still limited to a single end product, but you can re-sell that product.

No. The Extended License only allows for a single end product. By allowing your users to download their own customized versions, you’re allowing the item to be used in multiple end products. You could purchase a single license for each user that picks that template.

Example: You can’t use a flyer template within an online flyer generator that allows users to include their information and download a customized flyer

No. At this time we don’t have a developer or multi-client license for themes and code items.

Example: You cannot buy a WordPress theme once and use it for more than one client