I have a company and I currently don't employ other people. If I want to purchase a commercial license, should I go for the "Indie" pricing plan? Legally, it's a limited liability company, solely owned by me. I am not a sole trader, yet I currently don't work in a team, hence the confusion in choosing the right plan.
If this is the case (Indie is the right one), I have a question related to this tier - in this announcement (http://www.juce.com/forum/topic/juce-license-pricing), the plan is described as follows:
The JUCE Indie license will be priced at $49.95 / month or at $999 paid once. It will include deployment on all platforms (desktop and mobile) and access to the Projucer. This offer is strictly reserved to sole traders, i.e. people running a business as individuals. If you work as part of a team, you will need to switch to a Professional license.
But when I select Indie, I get 3 sub-choices: Desktop, Android and iOS. Is the above description just not in action, yet (pending site update or something similar)?