B33 An End User License Agreement

Your own EULA is recommended. Everyone is familiar with these types of agreements, from so frequently encountering them and not reading them in everyday life. Even though users often blaze past these, it is a good idea to have one to define terms and to potentially protect yourself from liabilities. (You should consult a lawyer about all legal matters, including drawing up a EULA.)

It is common to require a EULA to be shown as an Alert the first time your application is started and then not show it again on subsequent launches (you can do this with a single saved boolean as a preference). As well as showing the EULA the first time out, it is also a good idea to include a setting to allow users to get back to it and view it if they choose to.

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