What should Terms and Conditions for an app include? When do apps need Terms of Service? In this post, we’ll cover how to write app terms and conditions and why you should have them in place.
A quick refresher before we begin – What are terms and conditions?
As mentioned above, Terms and Conditions set the way in which your product or content may be used, in a legally binding way. In general, you’ll likely need to set Terms & Conditions if you have app which participates in some form of commerce (whether selling to users directly or facilitating trading).
For more on specific instances where they might needed are where you, read this post.
Here’s how to prepare your terms and conditions for your app.
Because Terms and Conditions are legally binding agreements, you want to ensure that key information such as identifying information is accurate and complete. More information on this here.
At the very least your document should:
As Terms and Conditions are legally binding agreements, it is best practice (and required in some instances) that they be easily accessible to users. For this reason, we suggest making them readily available both at the site of any explicit agreement (such as on sign-up and account creation forms) and in the footer of your app.
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