End User License Agreement
If you’re selling software or giving it away (e.g. freemium games), you’ll want your software lawyer to review your existing EULA to ensure your intellectual property rights are properly covered.
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One of the most important issues to cover in a EULA is the fact the license is permission granted only to an end user. This means making it clear to the user the EULA does not include any resale, private labeling, or other rights you might grant another party.
On the other hand the EULA can be modified to include app use on multiple devices (e.g. computer, smart phone, and tablet) by the licensee or even expanded to include more than one individual (e.g. a small business EULA that covers all employees within the company as end users).