Yes! You get the XAML code for the 70+ screens in Grial UI Kit. This way we make sure you can customize as much as you need.
No, Grial UI Kit license is app-based. That means you don’t need to buy a license for each developer. You just need one license per app/project.
No, one app means: An iOS App + Android App with support for Phones and Tablets.
Yes, if you want to upgrade your license from Standard to Pro send us an email to email@example.com and we will handle it.
Grial UI Kit does not officially support UWP. But since Grial UI Kit it’s a Xamarin.Forms project, you can take your chance and include UWP on your project. Under YOUR OWN risk.
Yes! Grial UI Kit supports Right-to-left languages in every screen. Switching between LTR and RTL layouts can be done while the app is running, so it’s possible to offer an app-level setting for the language to your end users.
We provide free updates for bug fixes and when there are breaking changes in xamarin forms releases. When we release a new version with new features (i.e.: Grial 3.0), you need to pay for it, however, our customers will get nice discounts on new versions.
The license is generated on our online Grial Admin when you register your Grial purchase. You download it as a file and you add it to your solution.
For more info please check http://uxdivers.github.io/Grial-UI-Kit-Support/docs.html#grial-uikit-overview-grial-first-run-grial-license-setup
No, Grial is licensed per app, meaning that it doesn’t matter if your app will be available for Android or iOS, you will need to pay a single license per app.