How To License An App: 17 Software Application Licensing Resources

how to license an app - software licensingDo you want to learn how to license an app? Did you know that there are different types of software licenses?

Because there isn’t a one-size-fits-all license for all software applications or intended uses for the apps.

For example, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) license will be different than a mobile app license. Similarly, a software beta testing license will contain different terms and conditions than an end user license agreement (EULA) for a released application.

17 Resources To Help You Learn How To License An App

  1. What Is A Software Agreement?
  2. Software Contract: How To Pick The Right One
  3. 4 Things You Should Know About SaaS Agreements
  4. Can Your Software Licensor Compete Against You?
  5. Do You Make This Software Beta Testing Mistake?
  6. EULA: 7 Key Parts Of A Software End User License Agreement
  7. How To Protect Yourself With A Mobile App License Agreement
  8. How To Use A Software Evaluation Agreement
  9. Is Your Software Evaluation License Giving Away The Farm?
  10. SaaS License Agreement Is Not The Same As A Downloadable App’s EULA
  11. SaaS License Agreement: Software As A Service FAQs
  12. Software Licensing Agreements
  13. Software Licensing Agreement Legal Issues Involving Dishonesty
  14. Software Resale License Agreement: What You Need To Know
  15. 10 Keys To A Successful International Software Distribution Agreement
  16. What to Include in a Software Beta Testing Agreement
  17. Licensing Your Software On Your Own Terms Through A Click-Wrap Software License Agreement

Do You Need Help With Software Licensing?

If you want an app license or other software agreements, set up a phone consultation with Software Lawyer Mike Young today. He’s the author of “Software Licensing Agreements – What You Need To Know About Software Licenses.”

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