This software is provided by Artifice Industries Ltd on an "as is" basis. In no event shall the copyright holder be liable for any direct or indirect damages, including but not limited to any loss of data or computer failure, arising out of the use or inability to use the software.
To put it simply, we do our best to make Stamp a great application to use, but cannot guarantee that it will always be entirely without its quirks, as is the case with any software.
You may not redistribute or modify the software without permission from Artifice Industries Ltd. The copyright holder retains all rights over the software, and no third-party or agency is entitled to sell, modify or repackage the software without prior consent and written permission from the copyright holder.
Your license key entitles you to use a copy of Stamp on two personal machines. You can download the trial version on your second Mac and you can use the same license key to activate that copy.
Buying a Stamp license includes free updates for 12 months after the date of purchase. Once that year is up, you can continue to use Stamp on that version for as long as you want.
As Stamp is freely available to trial ahead of purchase, we cannot offer a refund on the basis of non-compatibility with either your Mac or yourself. Stamp offers support for 10.12+ Intel Macs. We strongly recommend checking for compatibility by installing the free trial ahead of purchase.
You agree that Artifice Industries Ltd may collect and use technical and related information in order to improve our products or to provide services or technologies to you.
These terms and conditions may be altered and amended within reason from time to time to reflect the evolving nature of the software.
By using the software, you agree that you have read, understood, and will comply with these terms and conditions.
Stamp is a product developed and sold by Artifice Industries Ltd, registered as a company in England and Wales (company registration number 10211574).
We take your privacy seriously and, when you provide us with any personal information, we endeavour to keep it safe. We will not share your personal information with third-parties and will take all reasonable precautions to protect it.
To help us understand how we can make the Stamp website better for you, we use a Google Analytics tracking code on www.artificers.co.uk, as well as on our blog and support pages.
This information is anonymous and does not provide us with identifiable information, but helps us ensure that our support pages answer all of the most popular questions correctly, for example.
When we receive positive feedback from our users, we like to share it with others, and may use comments we've received by email, Twitter or other communication medium for the promotion of the software. We'll never show your email address, will never use your comments out of context, and will respect your privacy if you ask us not to disclose your name in association with the feedback.