WebStorm & PhpStorm celebrate their First Birthday! Renewals available.
Thanks to all the valuable feedback from you, our team knows where to direct its efforts and create products that meet the latest web development requirements.
WebStorm 2.1 and PhpStorm 2.1 have just been released and versions 3.0 are on their way!
For some of you this milestone also means it’s time to upgrade your license.
According to our licensing policy, the license is permanent and includes one year of free product upgrades since the purchase date, including even major version upgrades. This means all license owners received the recent 2.1 as a free update.
For those whose year of free upgrades is over, we now provide renewals. You can renew your upgrade subscription during your 1 year or within 1 year after its expiration. Regardless of the actual upgrade subscription renewal date, your new upgrade subscription term will always start on the date following your previous upgrade subscription expiration date.
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