Goodbye to deauthorizations

Goodbye to deauthorizations

Corona Labs Logo In the past we have limited everyone’s ability to run Corona on a maximum of two computers. This made sense when Corona SDK was subscription-based, but since the SDK has been free for over six months, continuing to limit usage to just two computers per account no longer makes sense.

Moving forward, the limit of two computers has been removed.

While logging into your account is still required, this change means that you can now install Corona on all of your computers without being told to “de-authorize” a previous computer. It also means that you won’t need to request a de-authorization so that you can use Corona on a different computer.

As we move toward a paid plugin marketplace, new systems will be implemented to protect plugins at the plugin level instead of at the SDK level. In the meantime, enjoy Corona SDK without limits!


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Rob Miracle
rob@coronalabs.com

Rob Miracle creates mobile apps for his own enjoyment and the amusement of others. He serves the Corona Community in the forums, on the blog, and at local events.

7 Comments
  • jch_APPLE
    Posted at 08:18h, 13 January

    Thank you ) This limit was very easy to bypass creating different accounts but it’s much easier that way. Working at office and at home will be simpler !

  • Mario
    Posted at 16:51h, 13 January

    YES!!! FINALLY!!! Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!

  • Kiffin Ayers
    Posted at 17:25h, 13 January

    Woohoo! Great news! Thanks!

  • RAIS IQBAL
    Posted at 23:11h, 13 January

    So finally Corona got sense, it was useless since user were wasting multiple A/c & Corona were getting nothing.

    Unnecessarily stopping developer to use same A/c then we used to go to your web-site & used to make an A/c. Using that data Corona were getting incorrect number of user. Since same person used to make multiple A/c.

    Thanks to Indian…(Who Purchased the Company)

  • Neil
    Posted at 07:46h, 14 January

    About damn time. Thank you

  • Steve Bullock
    Posted at 14:12h, 15 January

    Thank you! Very much appreciated.

  • Jason Adair
    Posted at 12:05h, 21 January

    About damn time indeed. This was such a PITA, especially since there was no way to deauth our own machines. This was actually a very large reason I stopped using Corona. I’d get the bug to build something, install Corona, get blocked by the auth limit (again), uninstall.