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Sencha Touch Licensing Options

Sencha Touch is licensed under free commercial and open source licenses for application development, and a paid commercial license for OEM uses.

Commercial Software License (Free)

This is the appropriate option if you are creating proprietary applications and you do not want to distribute and share the source code of your application with your users. You may create unlimited numbers of applications with NO per seat or per user payments.

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Commercial OEM License (Paid license)

This is the appropriate option if you want to use Sencha Touch to create your own commercially licensed SDK, or mobile application builder. Because use cases can vary widely, Commercial OEM licenses are customized for each customer.

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Sencha Complete & Sencha Touch Bundle License

Sencha Touch and Sencha Touch Charts are also offered as part of Sencha Complete and Sencha Touch Bundle. You can learn more about the licensing terms of Sencha Complete and Sencha Touch Bundle below.

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View the Sencha Touch Bundle licensing

Working in Open Source?

Sencha Touch 2.3.1a is also available under the GPLv3 for open source projects, which may require the release of your code. First, make sure your project meets our requirements. Download the GPL version:
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Open Source License

Sencha is an avid supporter of open source software. This is the appropriate option if you are creating an open source application with a license compatible with the GNU GPL license v3. Although the GPLv3 has many terms, the most important is that you must provide the source code of your application to your users so they can be free to modify your application for their own needs. Please note that Sencha Touch Grid is not a part of Sencha Touch and is not available under an open source license.

Open Source FAQ
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For open source projects that are not distributed under the GPL v3 license, the following FLOSS (Free Libre and Open Source) exceptions are available:

Open Source License Exception for Applications
Open Source License Exception for Development