Blog: EULA Agreements

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Differences Between Common Legal Agreements

While you may not require all of these common legal agreements for a website and/or mobile app, it's a good idea to be familiar with the agreements and the differences between them. Here are the differences between these essential legal agreements. Privacy Policy vs. Terms & Conditions The main difference between a Privacy...

EULA During Installation

An EULA, or End User License Agreement, is a legal contract between a publisher of a software application and the end user who uses that software application. The user is typically presented with the EULA during installation of the application. The EULA agreement contains the terms that the user must comply...

EULA for SaaS apps

An End-User License Agreement (EULA) is a legal agreement that gives the user of a software or application a license to use it, and the terms under which the granted license can be used. The EULA must be accepted before the user purchases, installs, or downloads the software or application...

How to License Software

Your choice of a license agreement for software application depends on on what you wish to grant to a user. While most software apps only use the End-User License Agreement (EULA), there are open source licenses that give users more discretion on how they use a software's code. This article is...

Android's Default EULA

Android apps are not required by Google Play to include an End User License Agreement ("EULA"). However, having an EULA in place regardless can be a good thing for a number of reasons, including protecting your intellectual property, and limiting your liability to users of your app. While using the Apple platform...

Software licensing agreements: Proprietary vs Free

Most software licences are called proprietary licences, where the original creator of the software retains ownership (property) in the software. One good example of this is the traditional End User Licence Agreement (EULA). A Terms and Conditions (also known as Terms of Use or Terms of Service) could also be...