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Number of Installations Per Licence?

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I'm currently assessing Affinity Photo and although it looks great, I'm wondering about the number of installations allowed per licence.

For example, one Capture One licence allows for two installations and I have legally installed it on my Mac and PC.

With the purchase of one Affinity Photo licence, am I allowed to install it on my Mac and PC?

Thank you.

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Welcome to the Affinity forums.

Affinity app licences are OS-specific.  MAC, i-Pad and Windows all have separate licences.  So, in your case, you would need one licence for Windows and one for MAC.

However, once purchased you are allowed to install the software on as many devices of the same OS as you own or control.



Win 10 Pro, i7 6700K, 32Gb RAM, NVidia GTX1660 Ti and Intel HD530 Graphics

Long-time user of Serif products, chiefly PagePlus and PhotoPlus, but also WebPlus, CraftArtistProfessional and DrawPlus.  Delighted to be using Affinity Designer, Photo, and now Publisher, version 1 and now version 2.

iPad Pro (12.9") running Affinity Photo and Designer (iOS 17.1) version 1 and all three version 2 apps.

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Hi Jeff, thank you for your reply. That explains everything.

Sorry for posting this topic as I found the answer in the FAQ section after submitting this post. What's strange is that I checked the FAQ section prior to creating an account and the information wasn't there. It showed up after I created an account.

I hope a moderator deletes this post as it's sort of redundant.

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