|Free upgrades||Unlimited||One year|
|Authors or Developers||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Max pages per project||100||1000|
|Max projects per license||--||3|
Buy Pro $149
Questions & Answers
If I do not renew, does my website stop working?
If you do not renew your Retype Pro license, your website will continue to work as it has always worked. Everything will continue to function as normal. Even adding more pages to your project (up to 1000) would continue to work.
The only thing that changes is that you would not be able to upgrade your Retype Pro built website to the next Retype release.
Once your website is built it will continue to work, even if your Retype Pro license expires.
If your Retype Pro license expires, you can purchase a new license at any point in the future.
Is Retype Pro a separate product?
No. A Retype Pro license key will unlock functionality within the same
retypeapp that you have already installed. A separate installer or product installation is not required.
Adding the key to your wallet will automatically unlock all Pro features.
What is considered a project?
One project is one website with a unique URL.
Unique sub-domains each count as one unique URL, except the
www sub-domain. Both
www.example.com are treated as one URL by Retype.
Each Retype Pro license key will unlock up to
3 unique URLs.
As an example, with a valid key, projects with the following URLs will be possible to build as Retype Pro:
*Another Retype Pro 3-pack would be required
The URL is encoded right into the key. You can have any number of projects running on any number of developer machines using the same key, but the key will be limited to building only those Retype Pro projects with a
retype.yml file where the
url is set with one of your defined website URLs.
One key can include up to
3 separate URLs, or you can have three separate keys each with one URL, or any combination thereof.
gitlab.io projects count as one URL. You can therefore have an unlimited number of
gitlab.io hosted projects running off one single key. In the following table, the first three projects would be unlocked with one key assigned to the
example.github.io URL, and the other two URLs would complete the Retype Pro set of three.
*Another Retype Pro 3-pack would be required
gitlab.io functionality enables hosting more than three unique Retype Pro website projects with just one Retype Pro 3-pack.
Can we purchase a multi-year key and is a discount available?
Purchase for one year, or for as long as you want. Buy here.
A 10% discount is applied if two or more Retype Pro licenses are purchased.
What if I have more than three Pro projects?
Purchase another Retype Pro pack of three. We'll add three more Pro projects to your license.
You can purchase as many Retype Pro licenses as you require.
We have 5 people on our team writing content and using Retype. Do we require 5 licenses?
No. Retype is licensed per website, not per person. One Retype Pro instance will cover an unlimited number of content authors or developers using Retype.
What happens when the key expires?
If you do not renew for another term, your project stays on the last release available as of your expiry date. You will not be able to upgrade your project to the next release of Retype.
Let's run through two scenarios based on purchasing Retype Pro today using the following details:
- You purchase today
- Current release is Retype
- Key expires in one year from today
- On the key expiry date, let's say Retype
v2.9.0is the current release
Scenario 1: Renew
You like Retype. It is bringing you value and happiness. 🥰 You want to renew. After purchasing a renewal, you will get another key with a new expiry date. Add that new key to your project and you are unlocked until that key expires. All upgrades are included while the key is valid.
Scenario 2: No renew
You decide NOT to renew your Retype key. No worries. Your project will continue to build forever, except you cannot upgrade to the next Retype release. You would stay on the current release.
You would be able to upgrade Retype up until
v2.10.0 is released, your project would fail to build if you upgraded. You would have to downgrade back to the
You would still be able to build up to 1000 pages and remove the Powered by Retype branding, but only if using the release at the time your key expired. Again, you just would not be able to upgrade to any future releases.
If at some point you would like to upgrade to the latest release, just purchase a new Retype Pro key at that time.
We have a project with more than 1000 pages, how can we license?
We have a Retype Enterprise license option available. Please send an email to email@example.com
I have another question, who can I contact?
Send us a message using any of the following:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or
- Start a new Issue, or
- Start a chat, see bottom-right on this page