All our plugins are using a standard licensing system which unlocks future updates and personal support.

What do I get with an annual license?

Each license comes with 1 year of upgrades and support. If your license expires, you can choose to renew (possibly at a discount) but it is not obligated. When your license expires, your software will keep working but you will not receive support, bug fixes, or other updates anymore.

Note that if you have an expired single-site license, you won’t be able to activate it on new websites (other than the last site it was active on).

What do I get with a lifetime license?

Lifetime licenses will grant you updates and support for life. There’s no need to renew your license.

Which license types are there?

There are 3 different licenses available per product: a single-site license, a 3-site license, and an unlimited license. The Single Site license allows you to use the plugin on 1 site, whereas Unlimited allows you to use the plugin on an unlimited amount of websites.

Can I use my license on a test or development site?

Yes. Each license is allowed to run on a test or development site without it affecting your license usage. Our license server will automatically detect whether or not the plugin is running on a test or development site. For example, if your site ends in .dev or .test, or has your localhost IP, our server will mark it as a development site and it will not count as real usage.

How do I use my license?

After purchasing a plugin, you’ll have access to your Studio Wombat account via the password you supplied during checkout. You can use the account area to manage your licenses and download your plugins. If you require an invoice, you can also download it from there.

When you’re using one of our plugins for the first time, you’ll be asked to enter a license key. When the key is validated, you can use the plugin.

Can I upgrade my license?

Yes. You can contact us us with your license key so we can send you a link with upgrade options.

Can I downgrade my license?

No. Currently, this functionality does not exist.