Turn WHMCS into a digital software delivery platform with the WHMCS Licensing Addon. For software developers, by software developers.
License your own applications using the rock solid licensing solution used by WHMCS installations.
It's never been easier to package and sell your commercial web-based software applications and restrict their use according to your licensing agreements. Powerful, reliable and flexible, the WHMCS licensing addon combines the billing, client management and support features you know and love with software application licensing and digital delivery, turning WHMCS into the complete solution for Software Developers and SaaS based products.
Supporting both local and remote license keys, built-in redundancy means your application is not dependent upon your server being online and with copy & paste ready code for the PHP language and a simple API, integrating the WHMCS Licensing Addon to your application is easy.
Sell licenses the way you want:
and much more!
Learn more about the Licensing Addon and how you can protect your PHP Applications in our feature spotlight on the blog.
If you have any questions, our sales team are ready and waiting to answer them for you.
April 2nd, 2018: Upgrade to WHMCS 7.5 for the latest ionCube encoding necessary for compatibility with PHP 7.1 and 7.2
The best place to start if you need help with a specific product is to contact the developer. All WHMCS Marketplace developers have both a website and support URL listed.
New Features Added:
This addon allows your to add html / php to the header / footer in the admin area / admin login page / clients area
Simple and easy way to debug your current page (defined constants, request variables, queries)
Reseller API System
Enabled Child Themes System for WHMCS like in Wordpress, So you can get updates without loosing your own Template / CSS / JS / Images customization (Supporting Admin & clients Area)
This addon does a 302 redirect and sends an X-Robots-Tag header along with noindex and nofollow, which makes sure search engines aren’t allowed to index or follow the URLs.