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Download limit: How many resources can I download?

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Please be aware that the download limit is restored daily at 23:59:59 UTC (GMT)

Please check below the download limits for the different users:

  • Non-registered user

A user who is not registered at, has a limit of 1 download per day.

If you want to extend this limit, you need to register or purchase one of our Premium plans.

  • Registered free user

As a registered free user, you have a limit of 3 downloads per day.

If you want to extend this limit, you need to purchase one of our Premium subscriptions.

  • Premium user

As a Premium user, you have a limit that depends from a Plan or Package you’ve purchased:

  • Monthly plan – 10 Downloads per day, 100 Downloads in a month.
  • Annual Basic – 50 Downloads per day, 200 Downloads in a month.
  • Annual Unlimited – there are no any limits for downloads in a day or in a month.
  • On Demand – prepaid access packages allow you to make all the downloads in one day, or to download needed assets within 1 year from the moment of purchase.

We want to allow our users to download a high number of resources. However, to avoid an irresponsible use of our template and images, we have established this limit.

If you download the same file more than once in the same day, it will count just as one download. So for example, if you download the same template 3 times today, you will still have 49 downloads left for that day. Nevertheless, if you reach the 50 limit, you won’t be able to download any more files, even if you have downloaded the same files earlier in the day.

If you download a file you have already downloaded on a previous day, it will count as a new download from the 50 enabled for the day.

We feel that the number of downloads permitted are enough for most of our users but we understand that, in specific situations, you may need to download more resources and that still might be in accordance with our terms of use. If you think this applies to you, please contact us explaining your situation and we will be happy to help.

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