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Friday, February 18th 2011, 3:49pm

License for apps?

Does a krpano license (with no domain restrictions) allow use of the iPhone viewer if it is embedded within an iPhone app e.g. using HTML such as created using PhoneGap?

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Friday, February 18th 2011, 5:08pm

you may have to purchase the separate iphone license for that. my first guess would be that if you own the regular krpano license and the iphone license you can do or make or embed krpano anywhere you want.

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Friday, February 18th 2011, 6:48pm

RE: License for apps?

Does a krpano license (with no domain restrictions) allow use of the iPhone viewer if it is embedded within an iPhone app e.g. using HTML such as created using PhoneGap?



I wanted also to ask about this. And I would like to know also i it actually works just as good as in the browser and if all the browser features will work.
Have you tried making an APP with Krpano?

I have some ideas for an app and would really like to try it.

I did not know about the PhoneGap. Is it hard to use ? The website seems to have some great tutorials so I hope that it is easy to do it.

Hans

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Saturday, February 19th 2011, 3:15pm

Hi,

yes, no problem as long as you sell the app with content and not as general pano viewer,

best regards,
Klaus

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Saturday, February 19th 2011, 11:47pm

RE: RE: License for apps?

Does a krpano license (with no domain restrictions) allow use of the iPhone viewer if it is embedded within an iPhone app e.g. using HTML such as created using PhoneGap?



I wanted also to ask about this. And I would like to know also i it actually works just as good as in the browser and if all the browser features will work.
Have you tried making an APP with Krpano?

I have some ideas for an app and would really like to try it.

I did not know about the PhoneGap. Is it hard to use ? The website seems to have some great tutorials so I hope that it is easy to do it.

Hans
I haven't tried it yet, but I understand it embeds an instance of Safari so you would expect the performance to be identical. I'll let you know how my experiments go...

Thanks Klaus that's good to know - yes, I already have the iphone license, and it would be specific content rather than a generic pano viewer.