End User License Agreement (EULA)

Please read Ext Speeder_EULA entire agreement and definitions. Below is a summary:

Commercial License

Ext Speeder is offered under a Commercial License and requires the payment of a fee for each Designated User (i.e. developer).

Trial Development

You can only develop during the designated trial period. After the trial period expires you must either purchase a commercial license or stop developing. If you fail to comply with the licensing requirements, you infringe on Speedment’s intellectual property rights.

Prohibited Uses

Under this Commercial License, you are not allowed to create applications that can be described as a development toolkit or library, an application builder, a website builder or any application that is intended for use by software, application, or website developers or designers. If you are concerned about this prohibition, you can discuss getting an OEM license by emailing us at info@extspeeder.com.

Designated Users

Under this Commercial License, each Designated User (a developer or anybody using the Software) must be licensed. You can move a license from one Designated User to another Designated User every 6 months. Contact support to reassign licenses.

Consultants and Software Integrators

Consultants and SI’s that develop applications must insure that the third parties for which they develop are licensed for the Software. In some cases, you can transfer your license to the third party, and in other cases third parties will need to have their own Commercial License. Consultants can’t use the same license to build application for multiple customers, if the customers are to own the application.

Please read the Ext Speeder_EULA and definitions. Your Commercial License is governed by the terms in the EULA  and not by the terms of this Summary of Important License Use Restrictions.