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How to diable Myscript Licence for the Mobile users of my app as they will not use the Myscript stylus .

Hi,

We have a app in which we are using MyScript stylus.

This app is built for tablets as well as mobiles.

Users of mobile will not be able to use Myscript features.

while Users of tablets will be able to use Myscript features.

And as per the information billing will be generated based on installation.

so, how do we manage for the billing of mobile installation as mobile users will not be using Myscript.


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Dear Amrit,


thank you for contacting us.


When you say "MyScript Stylus", I guess you man the iink SDK, which you embed in your application?


Currently, on the MyScript side, we have no way to enable/disable our solution based on the platefomr. This has to be done on the developer side: based on the device, you decide or no to start the iink ; if the iink is not started, no license will be consumed.


On iOS, you can use the UIUserInterfaceIdiom interface: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/uikit/uiuserinterfaceidiom

For example, only when ou have a "pad" you decide to start the iink.


On Android,  there is no such interface, but you may use the "smallest width qualifier" instead: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9279111/determine-if-the-device-is-a-smartphone-or-tablet/9308284#9308284


Best regards,


Olivier

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Dear Amrit,


thank you for contacting us.


When you say "MyScript Stylus", I guess you man the iink SDK, which you embed in your application?


Currently, on the MyScript side, we have no way to enable/disable our solution based on the platefomr. This has to be done on the developer side: based on the device, you decide or no to start the iink ; if the iink is not started, no license will be consumed.


On iOS, you can use the UIUserInterfaceIdiom interface: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/uikit/uiuserinterfaceidiom

For example, only when ou have a "pad" you decide to start the iink.


On Android,  there is no such interface, but you may use the "smallest width qualifier" instead: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9279111/determine-if-the-device-is-a-smartphone-or-tablet/9308284#9308284


Best regards,


Olivier