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Vuforia App publish

April 7, 2019 - 3:01pm #1



I was asking about this topic a while ago, but I couldn't find the original post.

So I am planning to have a gallery with my friends of our school artworks, using Vuforia.

We would like to publish a Vuforia App on Google Play Store for the visitors. Can we do that by using a free license?

I was told before by a Vuforia team member that if its downloaded less than 1,000 times, it shouldn't be a problem. 

However, I found some posts by other users referring that you should have at least a classic lisence to do so.


The gallery is going to be free for everyone and will last 10 days.


Thank you in advance!


Vuforia App publish

April 8, 2019 - 10:48am #2


The "1,000 installs" anecdote about Vuforia licensing was true in the past, but the Engine's licensing terms have changed since.

The standard, out-of-the-box offering of Vuforia Engine SDK in Unity allows for app deployment without a Vuforia License. This out-of-the-box offering in Unity does utilize the Ground Plane, Device Tracker and Stereo Rendering features but does not support customization features (such as custom Targets). In order to develop in Unity and utilize the full feature set of Vuforia Engine, a Vuforia License is required. In order to deploy an app using the full feature set of Vuforia Engine, a paid license is required. Please see the license pricing page for more information.

For more information, please review our developer agreement: https://developer.vuforia.com/legal/vuforia-developer-agreement


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