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Apple Application License Agreement

Some content available in certain services is purchased by the third party of that content (as indicated on the product page and/or during the process of acquiring the relevant content), and not by Apple. For example, Apple Books content is purchased by book publishers, not Apple. In this case, Apple acts as an agent for the content provider to provide you with the content, and Apple is therefore not a part of the transaction between you and the content provider. However, if you are a customer of Apple Distribution International Ltd., Apple Distribution International Ltd. is the registered reseller for content you purchase from certain services (for example.B. Apple Books), but such content is authorized by the content provider. The content provider reserves the right to enforce the terms of use of such content. The Content Provider is solely responsible for such Content, all warranties to the extent that such warranties have not been excluded, and all claims you or any other party have regarding such Content. When an app developer develops apps for distribution on the Apple App Store, Apple provides a default End User License Agreement (EULA) that they can use for the app. This is the standard agreement in the absence of a tailor-made ITA. This is made clear in the first paragraph of the Agreement: the terms contained in this Agreement, which relate to services, types of content, functions or functions that are not available in your home country, do not apply to you, unless they are available to you. To view the types of content you have in your home country, visit the Services or visit support.apple.com/HT204411.

Some services and content that you have in your home country may not be available to you if you travel outside of your home country. – For each service, you can connect up to 10 devices (but only up to 5 computers) at the same time as your Apple ID, although simultaneous streams or content downloads may be limited to a small number of devices, as described below under Apple Music and Apple TV. Each computer must also be authorized with the same Apple ID (for more information on authorizing computers, see support.apple.com/HT201251). Devices can be signed in to another Apple ID every 90 days. – For more information about the rules for using Apple TV content, see support.apple.com/HT210074. The Apple name, Apple logo, iTunes, iTunes Store, App Store, Apple Books, Apple Music, Apple TV, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News, Apple News+, Apple One, Apple Podcasts and other Apple trademarks, service marks, graphics and logos associated with the Services are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple in the United States and other countries around the world. No right or license is granted to them with respect to any of the trademarks mentioned above. Some application developers choose to include in their general terms and conditions of sale (GTC) usual license clauses in EULA agreements. – Third-Party Applications: www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/appstorenotices/ This Agreement, made available to all developers by Apple, applies to applications published by developers on the App Store, unless the developer opts for a custom EULA instead of the standard EULA provided by Apple.

However, if you visit the Halfbrick page, you must scroll to the end of the page and visit the “Terms of Use” agreement: the terms of this license apply to all upgrades provided by the licensor that replace and/or supplement the original license application, unless such upgrade is accompanied by a separate license, in which case the terms of that license apply. Mac App Store products and App Store products (together “App Store Products”) that are provided through the Mac App Store service and the App Store service (together “App Store Service”) are licensed to you, not sold. . . .