With an extended license you can upload multiple versions which you created from the source code to the App Store or Google Play. With a regular license you are only allowed to upload one app to the App Store and one to Google Play. Of course the apps can downloaded an unlimited number of times.
You should always make changes to an app when uploading to Google Play or the App Store. Just to avoid uploading a duplicate app. To make the app a success we would always recommend to add some kind of value to the app you want to publish.
Hi, I need clarification too... If I bought a source code with regular license but one day I want more, can I upgrade it to the extended license? or I have to buy the extended license version so I have two version of it?
App A standard license - $1
App A extended license - $10
First I bought standard license for $1, then I have to buy again with the extended license version (for a total of $11 and 2 source code), or I only have to upgrade my existing one (for a total of $10 and only 1 source code, that is the original source from standard license one but the license status now become extended).
This post has been last edited at 2019-02-26 11:56:32
Free files have the same rights as a regular license and can be used for one project.
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