Automatic mobile sync
AR, VR, Screen Mirroring
3D communication anywhere, anytime
Here's what you need to know about your Kubity PRO pass, based on the questions we get asked most.
When you redeem a PRO pass for Kubity PRO, you will be asked to pair your mobile device with the account. Every model exported from the Kubity PRO account will automatically sync with your mobile device. The mobile device now becomes your own 3D communication tool: Kubity Go.
If you don’t want to renew your PRO pass after it expires, you will no longer have access to your exported models and they will appear as NOT AVAILABLE across all devices. You must maintain a PRO pass to access exported models . If you decide to renew at a later time, that’s fine – your models will be restored and ready to explore right where you left off.
You can safely share all your 3D models from your mobile device in augmented reality, virtual reality, and screen mirroring to as many viewers as you’d like using the Kubity Go app. It's as easy as sending a text message or an email.
Kubity Go is free to download and to use. It’s a perfect solution for clients who will never be charged a fee to view your models.
Privacy and security are in our DNA, which is why every model in Kubity includes secure data encryption. With data encryption, your 3D is safe from falling into the wrong hands.
Kubity ensures your 3D is seen only by you and the person you’re communicating with by securing it with unique cryptographic keys. All of this happens automatically with no need to turn on special settings.
Your PRO pass is valid for a year from the date you redeem it. You have 30 days to redeem a PRO pass from the date of purchase. For example, if you buy a PRO pass on September 1, 2018, you have until September 30, 2018 to redeem it. If you redeem the PRO pass on September 15, 2018, you’ll have access to Kubity PRO until September 14, 2019. After this date, you will need to purchase and redeem a new PRO pass.
An active PRO pass is needed to keep exported
You can read the Kubity Terms & Conditions here, which is a legal contract between a software application author or publisher and the user of that application.