I'm not sure which license I need to purchase for images that I will be using for games that are apart of one educational app. These images won't be the primary value but will be used to enhance the experience. The main value is actually the experience and the images just enhance that or allow that to happen effectively. The users certainly won't be purchasing the app solely based on the images. This app will be for sale. Since it's an app, it shouldn't have to adhere to the 500k views as stated in the terms.
Please let me know if I am understanding all of this correctly or not. I would like to know which license I can use for these images (and would also like to save thousands of dollars, if possible!)
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Those don't really help.
Can I just assume that I need the Standard License because even though the app will be sold:
1. The art will be modified some
2. The art is not the primary value
3. And the 500k limit doesn't apply because it will be in an app or website?
I just want to make sure I'm interpreting the terms correctly.
Thanks for reaching out to the Adobe Stock community.
In accordance to your requirement, stated above, you may use a standard license only if you are combining a few images from Adobe Stock and modifying them to use in the app which is intended to be used for sale.
For more information, please refer to Stock Licensing & terms FAQ: Where can I find the terms and licensing information for Adobe Stock? for more details.
Hope this information helps!
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