How is DeviceAtlas licensed?

DeviceAtlas is licensed on a yearly basis for Enterprise customers and a yearly or monthly basis for Cloud customers. See Pricing and Trial for more information. 

How much is a DeviceAtlas license?

Depending on the frequency of updates and number of servers, prices will vary, please see our Pricing and Trial section. Contact us directly to get a quick quote on an Enterprise license. 

Can I embed (OEM) DeviceAtlas in my solution?

DeviceAtlas can be licensed as a component of your own products and services under an OEM license. DeviceAtlas’ high performance and small server footprint make it an ideal choice to bring device awareness to your solution. If you need to embed device detection into your product, contact us today to arrange a trial.

I have one website, but multiple subdomains pointing to it. How many Cloud licenses do I need?

One. The number of domains pointing to the site is not a factor.

Is licensing per server or per IP? 

For DeviceAtlas Cloud, licensing is per application. An application is defined as a single web site, service or web application. An application is not intended to mean a server or CPU running multiple applications. For Enterprise, licensing is per data centre with a limit of 40 servers.

Is there a limit on the number of lookups/detections I can do in a month?

There are no detection limits for Enterprise customers. DeviceAtlas Cloud has certain limits in place. See Pricing and Trial.

I am building a site for a not-for-profit organisation. Do you have special pricing?

Yes: contact us at for information on discounts.

I plan to build many sites over the course of the year. What is the best option for licensing?

The Cloud Premium option permits usage on multiple websites. It becomes cost effective to use Cloud Premium once more than nine sites are required.

Do I need a separate license for testing environment?

We don’t stipulate that you need an additional license for testing an application. 

Is caching of results permitted under Cloud licenses?

Yes. Caching mechanisms are provided to optimise results.