An End-User License Agreement (EULA) is an agreement put in place between someone who purchases, installs, or downloads software, and the licensor or provider of that software.
This kind of legal agreement can go by different names:
EULAs are used to define the scope of how the software can be used, cannot be used, and any rights the buyer of the software application may have or not have. They're typically presented to users during the installation or set-up stage of the software for review, and must be agreed to before installation can be completed.
Let's take a look at some of the most important clauses that every EULA needs and how to get your users to accept your EULA.