End User License Agreement American Express

This standard LAU may be enough to protect you from legal risks. It really depends on what your app does. There are a number of domains that are not covered by Apple`s standard CLA, including payment terms, user-generated content, extended liability limitations and guarantees for third-party content. Your terms of use should cover all the basics of the Apple CLA standard. Some provisions should not be excluded, such as “consent to the use of data.” Otherwise, the user has not agreed to use the technical information that you can collect using his device. Most app developers know at this point that they should have their own privacy policy, which users agree to. Any custom use and business situation must also be agreed upon by each downloading user. With the prices of the TOU privacy policy and the privacy policy going through service markets or automated software, always this type of legal service becomes affordable for even most failed application developers. 3.

License scope. The license for the American Express app is limited to a non-transferable license for the use of the American Express app up to five (5) Windows Phone devices connected to your Microsoft account that you own or control, and (i) according to the rules that govern the behavior allowed in the Microsoft Window Store/Marketplace (the “rules of use”) and (ii) service agreements. Such a license does not allow you to use the American Express app on a device that you do not own or control (or for which you are not allowed to install or run the American Express app, z.B if applicable security policies prohibit it from company users) and you cannot distribute or make the American Express app available on a network where it could be used simultaneously by multiple devices. You cannot rent, rent, lend, sell, redistribute or sub-grant the American Express app. They are authorized (except expressly by this license and terms of use and use agreements) not to be deducted, decompiling, decompiling, assembling, attempting to deduce, modify or create derivative works, updates or parts of them (except to the extent that and only to the extent that a pre-contradigent restriction is prohibited by law or to the extent that licensing conditions for the use of open sourced components are permitted).