As privacy laws change and new laws come into effect, Termly continues to improve and keep your legal terms up to date. We want to be as transparent as possible about any updates or new offerings we make to the Terms of Use Generator. 


These changes will only come into effect after you have republished your policy through Termly's Dashboard.


Release Date: 05/05/2022

  1. Updated Section

    English Preference

Purpose

General

Summary

Customers now have the option to use American English spelling or British English spelling in their EULA.

How will this affect my End User License Agreement?

Depending on what you select, your EULA will either use American English spelling or British English spelling. This includes minor punctuation changes.

Release Date: 03/01/2022

  1. New Section

    App Store

Purpose

General

Summary

Customers can choose whether their application is published in the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or both.

How will this affect my End User License Agreement?

The End User License Agreement will will refer to the selected app store (Apple and/or Google Play) and app type (iOS and/or Android).


Release Date: 12/16/2021

  1. New Section

    Company VAT Number

Purpose

Legal

Summary

Customers that have users in the EU or UK may now include their company VAT number to comply with EEA/UK regulations. 

How will this affect my End User License Agreement?

The introduction of your End User License Agreement will include your company’s VAT number.


  1. Updated Section

    Business Address

 

Purpose

General Improvement


Summary

Businesses that are located in the UK may include England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, or Wales in their business address.


How will this affect my End License Agreement?

Your business address located at the end of your End User License Agreement will be updated to the country you choose.


  1. Updated Section

    Business Address

 

Purpose

Legal

Summary

Businesses that are located in the UK may now include their registered address to comply with EEA and UK regulations.


How will this affect my End User License Agreement?

The introduction of your End User License Agreement will include your registered address.