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Sales and Licensing FAQ

Yes, of course. You can download the Flutnet SDK anytime from the Downloads page and start creating all the projects you want without purchasing any license. You can even test the deployment of your applications. However, several limitations apply to the applications created and developed while in Trial mode: for example, you cannot publish your applications on Google’s Play Store or Apple’s App Store.
The developer license allows a single developer to use Flutnet on 4 PCs (2 Windows + 2 macOS), where PC can be a desktop computer, laptop, or a virtual machine. This licensing model is ideal for hobby projects or small businesses. For further details, visit our Pricing Page.
The company license allows to use Flutnet on a large number of different hosts (desktop computers, laptops or virtual machines) without restriction about the operating system (Windows or macOS). This licensing model is ideal for companies or teams that require to develop and build Flutnet applications on a wide variety of Windows and macOS machines. For details visit our Pricing Page.
The community license allows private individuals to use Flutnet without any restriction about the operating system (Windows or macOS). This licensing model is ideal for small project that require to develop and build a Flutnet applications for non-commercial purposes only. For details visit our Pricing Page.
All the licenses purchased during Beta Launch period come with a larger updates window as the subscription services will expire one year after the official product release date (scheduled for September 2020).
You can ask for a refund within 30 days from Your purchase and before the use of Your license key to activate Flutnet software by contacting us at support@flutnet.com. No refund will be granted after 30 days from the purchase or after Your license key has been used to activated Flutnet software. We encourage you to try the free trial before purchasing a Flutnet license.
You will no longer be able to use your license key on a newer version(s) of Flutnet SDK and packages, which were released after the expiration date. You will still be able to use your existing version.
No, you don’t have to renew, but it is advisable if you have an active project. Any bug fixes, improvements or new features that are released after your license expires won’t be available to you.