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Do i need to buy twice for MAC and PC or one purchase includes all OS softwares

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Guys,

Buying once is enough to use it on MAC and PC or i need to buy individual copies for both Operating systems... and can i run on both devices simultaneously or only one device can run at a time...

Thanks

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Hi Rebel Designer,

Welcome to the forums :)

You will need to purchase a separate licence for each operating system I'm afraid.

Thanks

Callum

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19 minutes ago, DatCleverOldFox said:

Aw man i finally got a Mac! That sort of stinks that i got to re-buy it all...

Well, there’s no “got to” about it, since you could opt to buy a copy of Windows and install it via Boot Camp, but that probably only makes sense if you have other software which can only run on Windows.


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7 hours ago, DatCleverOldFox said:

Aw man i finally got a Mac! That sort of stinks that i got to re-buy it all...

Since it costs Serif substantially more to develop & support versions of the Affinity apps for both Windows & Macs than for either OS alone, if the license covered both versions, they would have to charge everyone substantially more for the app licenses. That would sort of stink for everyone that only needed apps that ran on one or the other OS.


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