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Questions about license - development for Desktop and Mobile platforms

  • Hi forum, I know this had been asked many times already, but all this licensing stuff is extremely confusing (and changes over time), so I just want to clarify things a bit.

    Please give me an advice on following usecases:

    My company wants to develop commercial software for Linux using Qt, for internal use and for sale. We'll be linking dynamically (as usual) and we won't modify Qt code. Is it ok to use free LGPL version and keep everything closed-source?

    My company wants to develop Android app for internal use which won't be published to Google Play. Is it possible to use free LGPL version?

    What about Android app that will be published to Google Play? Is it enough to buy Indie license?

    Thanks in advance!

  • yes.

    I don't know.

    I don't know.

  • Regarding your last question, there is a revenue limit for companies who can use the Indie license. Check out the notes on "this": pages (bottom left)

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