Since there are so many similarities between the SEAOs and the Terms and Conditions, it is enough to review the general clauses that you will find in both agreements and highlight the similarities and differences. If you don`t have your own EULA, Apple imposes an EULA standard that binds the user to their terms when downloading your app. The standard EULA includes elements such as defining the scope of the license, allowing the use of data on the user`s device, a limitation of liability, an exclusion of liability for third-party materials, and the exclusion of warranties. Compare it with Ubisoft`s terms of service – you will see that it is broader and covers not only the software license, but also the services as a whole: when it comes to Google, there is no standard EULA as powerful that you can use. Google`s Google Play Developer Distribution Agreement contains, in clause 5.3, a requirement that you grant to your users: “Confidential Information”, all technical, commercial, marketing or other protected information (including specifications, graphics, data, recordings, plans, computer code and programs as well as documentation) and trade secrets disclosed by one party (the “Disclosing Party”) to the other Party (the “Disclosing Party”)  party receiving `i`) have been transmitted or already disclosed. or, directly or indirectly, acquired by the receiving party by the disclosed party. “Confidential Information” also covers the terms of this Agreement and any other agreements and communications between the Parties, all memoranda, notes and documents relating to Confidential Information, and all copies and extracts of Confidential Information. Qstrom`s confidential information includes information and documents relating to the software, Qstrom technology, and documentation. Confidential information does not include information known to the public: (a) (except because of the fault or infringement of the receiving party); (b) have been developed independently of the party receiving or are legally owned by the receiving party, without reference to or reliance on confidential information, as reflected in written records; or (c) have been obtained in good faith by the receiving party, by a third party who has not breached a duty of trust to the disclosed party and who has created or acquired such information without reference to or reliance on confidential information. The receiving party undertakes to respect the strict confidentiality of confidential information, including: (a) at least the same diligence as that used by the receiving party to protect its own confidential or similar information; (b) to communicate confidential information only to staff members, representatives and representatives of the receiving Party and to permit the disclosure of confidential information that requires access to confidential information to meet the conditions and intentions of this Agreement and that is subject to confidentiality rules at least as strict as those of this Agreement; and (c) use confidential information only to promote the terms and intentions of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the receiving party may disclose confidential information in accordance with applicable law or by order of a court or competent authority; provided, however, that: (y) the receiving party immediately informs the notifying party of such disclosure proposed by law; and (z) the party receiving information shall cooperate with the disclosing party to protect the confidentiality of the confidential information by all reasonably available means.

A software license agreement is similar to an AOP in that it also allows access to the software under certain conditions and restrictions….