Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

Do I need terms and conditions on my app?

No, you do not need terms and conditions on your app. Terms and conditions are not legally required, but having them is a best business practice, as they can help protect you from potential liabilities and prevent misuse of your app.

Terms and conditions can be used to establish your app’s intellectual property rights, address liability issues, set rules for using your app, and explain the account termination process.

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Mobile app terms and conditions benefit both you and your users.

Your app terms and conditions should be used to help your app’s users as well, by outlining appropriate user behavior and how to contact customer support.

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