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Infinite Scroll licenses

Infinite Scroll has three kinds of licenses: open-source, commercial, and OEM.

Open source license

The open source license is designed for you to use Infinite Scroll to build open source and personal projects. The Infinite Scroll open source license is GPLv3. The GPLv3 has many terms, but the most important is how it is sticky when you distribute your work publicly. From the GPL FAQ:

If you release the modified version to the public in some way, the GPL requires you to make the modified source code available to the program's users, under the GPL.

Releasing your project that uses Infinite Scroll under the GPLv3, in turn, requires your project to be licensed under the GPLv3. If you are okay with this, feel free to use Infinite Scroll under the GPLv3, without purchasing a commercial license.

Commercial license

The commercial license is designed to for you to use Infinite Scroll in commercial products and applications, without the provisions of the GPLv3. With the commercial license, your code is kept propietary, to yourself. If you want to use Infinite Scroll to develop commercial sites, themes, projects, and applications, the commercial license is the appropriate license.

Purchasing a commercial license

Purchasing takes a minute. Our purchasing form accepts credit cards or PayPal. Once purchased, you’ll receive a commercial license PDF and you will be all set to use Infinite Scroll in your commercial applications. With the purchase of a commercial license:

  • You may use Infinite Scroll in as many commercial applications you like.
  • You may use Infinite Scroll in your own commercial applications and products. For example: premium WordPress, Tumblr, or other CMS themes, plugins and templates.
  • Customers and users of your products do not need to purchase their own license — so long as they are not developing their own commercial products with Infinite Scroll.

Commercial Licenses are priced per team member. A team member is someone on your team working on a project that uses Infinite Scroll.

The Infinite Scroll Commercial Developer License is for individual developers. Each individual developer or team member needs to purchase a separate license.

The Infinite Scroll Commercial Team License is for up to 8 team members.

The Infinite Scroll Commercial Organization License is for an unlimited number of team members. This license covers the entire team no matter how many people are working on it.

Read the Infinite Scroll Commercial License Agreement below for complete terms and details.

For any questions about licensing, contact us

Commercial OEM license

If you want to include Infinite Scroll as part of a commercial interface builder, SDK, or toolkit, choose the Commercial OEM license. Commercial OEM licenses are customized for each customer. Contact

Infinite Scroll Commercial License Agreement

Below are the official Infinite Scroll Commercial License terms, as well as a plain English summary of the terms. These summaries are provided for your convenience, but are not binding; your use of Infinite Scroll is governed by the full license terms.

Select Commercial License.


  1. Application” means any software, application, or elements that Your Licensed Developers develop using the Software or Modifications in accordance with this Agreement.
  2. End User” means an end user of Your Application who acquires a license to such solely for their own use and not for distribution, resale, user interface design, or software development purposes.
  3. Licensed Developer” shall mean an individual person permitted to use the Software and make Modifications for your Applications, whether such person is Your employee or a consultant or contractor providing services to You.
  4. Modification” means any revision, adaptation, or derivative of the Software produced by You.
  5. The “Software” means Infinite Scroll version 3.

Commercial license grant


Prohibited Uses


Disclaimer of Warranties

Limitation of Liabilities


Payment and Taxes


This is the archived documentation site for Infinite Scroll v3. For the latest version, view