Note that Viber`s license agreement contains a “License Extend” section that states that the license is “limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable, cannot be under-granted” and that a user “cannot rent, rent, sell, sell, retransform or sub-license the application” and that a user cannot “copy, decompilate, restart, re-start, dissect” the application. When you access the app via a mobile app, we grant you a revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited right to install and use the mobile app on wireless electronic devices that are yours or controlled by you, and to access and use the mobile app on these devices strictly in accordance with the terms of this license for the mobile applications contained in these Conditions. Do not decompile: (1) decompinize, redevelop, disassemble, try to decipher or decipher the application`s source code; (2) make modifications, adaptations, improvements, improvements, translations or work derived from the application; (3) violate applicable laws, rules or regulations relating to your access or use of the application; (4) remove, modify or conceal the ownership mentions published by us or by the app`s licensees; (5) the application to all revenue-generating projects, the use of professional enterprises or other purposes for which they are not intended or contemplated; (6) make the app accessible on a network or any other environment that allows multiple devices or users to access or use at the same time; (7) use the application to create a product, service or software that, directly or indirectly, is competitive or competitive in one way or another; (8) Use the app to send automated queries to a website or to send unwanted business emails; or (9) use proprietary information or any of our interfaces or other intellectual property in the design, development, manufacture, licensing or distribution of applications, accessories or devices for use with the application. The law, known as the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods, is expressly excluded from the application of this agreement. It should be noted that the most common legal agreement for mobile applications is the end-user licensing agreement (EULA). Applications: web services or software, applications or designs, paid or not, developed by the licensee, that can use the API or interact with them or interact with other services and be published in accordance with this agreement. Apple provides a standard CLA that the user accepts when downloading an app. You can use Apple`s standard agreement or you have the option to write your own. To create a contract for terms of use of the application, there are a few general clauses that you need to know about. Let`s take a closer look at some of these clauses. An end-user license agreement (EULA, /-ju-l/) is a legal contract between a software developer or provider and the user of the software, often acquired by the user through an intermediary such as a distributor.

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