Software end user licence agreement
Document version v1.2.2 Published on 31 August 2018
The software will not collect information that it doesn't need to or make unauthorised internet connections.
As with most software, the software comes with no warranty of any kind. We will not be held responsible or liable for any loss or damage which is considered to be a result of using the software.
The licence enables you to use the software and shouldn't be considered the purchase of the code itself or any kind of support. Having said that, bug reports and enhancement suggestions are welcome and we have high support standards. Our policy is set out at https://peacockmedia.software/support-policy.html
All of our licences are 'licence for life', ie they won't expire and will always enable the purchased version of the software to run. A licence will be recognised by minor updates and will usually be recognised by later major versions of the software, but we reserve the right to supply and charge for a new licence for major new versions.
The licence is for one user, though in some cases a 'corporate licence' will be available which licenses five or more users at the same organisation to use the software. The licence isn't transferable, and you must not distribute a licence key in any way, except to the user(s) it is for. We can revoke a licence if these terms are broken.
We can't give refunds for any reason. Please make sure that the software works for you before purchasing - take advantage of the free trial period which is available for all of our licensed titles.
Running the software implies acceptance of these terms.
In this document 'we' and 'us' means Shiela Dixon / PeacockMedia. 'you' means the software user / licence holder. 'the software' means any software made by us; for example shareware, freeware, freeware being used after a donation, licensed software being used for a free trial or registered applications. 'the licence' enables you to use the software and is usually in the form of a key supplied after a payment. The definitions of all other terms are as any reasonable person would understand them.
v1.3.0 Published on 05 October 2018
The paragraph about the possibility of free apps returning some anonymous information to peacockmedia with the user's consent has been removed because this has never happened and there are no plans.
v1.2.2 Published on 31 August 2018
Some alterations in the paragraph about 'lifetime licenses'. Alterations to the words for clarification, not the meaning.
v1.2.1 Published on 28 Jul 2017
Adds a little to the definitions.
v1.2 Published on 25 Nov 2016
Adds the para about free / beta software returning some data useful for development.
v1.1 Published on 19 May 2015
"(We have not done this to date)" edited out after the mention up upgrade fees.
v1.0 Published on 13 Jan 2013