SOS Handbook Smartphone Application is designed as a communication support tool in case of emergency for the hearing impaired, the people with speaking difficulty and the
foreigners. Point out illustrations on the smartphone screen while communicating. Languages of SOS Smartphone Application (“SMAPHO AP”) are Japanese, English, Korean,
Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), Portuguese, French, German, Spanish, Russian, etc.
This End-User License Agreement (“EULA”) is a legal agreement between SOS Smartphone AP User (“USER”) and Architectural Association of Japanese DEAF (“AAJD”), which governs the use of SMAPHO AP that will be downloaded from this website to USER’s smartphone (“SMAPHO”)
If the USER agrees to be legally bound by the terms of this EULA, the USER is allowed to download the SMAPHO AP to USER’s smartphone in accordance with the terms of this EULA. If the USER does not agree the terms of this EULA, AAJD shall not be deemed to have licensed the SMAPHO AP to the USER. In such case, the USER is not authorized by AAJD and the USER may not use the SMAPHO AP.
“Agree this EULA” => permit to download and use SMAPHO AP
“Decline this EULA” => back without download SMAPHO AP
Terms and Conditions
Article 1 (Ownership)
All rights, titles and interest in and to SMAPHO AP and files including electronic formats associated therewith are owned by AAJD. The foregoing rights to SMAPHO AP are licensed to the USER on a limited basis as prescribed in the following Article 2. In any event, this provision should not be construed in any way, as an expression to assign or sell any copyrights of, or any other intellectual property rights to, SMAPHO AP from AAJD to the USER.
Article 2 (Grant of License)
AAJD grants the USER an exclusive license to install to use SMAPHO AP on USER’s smartphone. AAJD does not further grant the USER to modify SMAPHO AP. AAJD does not grant the USER to be used SMAPHO AP for the purpose of the sale or commercial use. AAJD grants the USER to produce a number of copies of SMAPHO AP solely for achievable purposes, then such copy shall attach and stipulate all copyright and intellectual property right notices of AAJD.
Article 3 (Warranties Disclaimer)
To the extent allowed by law, SMAPHO AP is provided to the USER “as is” without warranties or conditions of any kind, whether oral or written, express or implied. AAJD specifically disclaims any implied warranties or conditions of merchantability, satisfactory quality, non-infringement and/or fitness for a particular purpose.
SMAPHO AP is subject to be updated without notice for the purpose of security improvement, error correction and the other improvements.
SMAPHO AP function may be improved, modified or eliminated along with updating.
All the Articles of the EULA consented with the original SMAPHO AP are valid for the updated SMAPHO AP.
Article 4 (Limitation of Liability)
In no event shall AAJD be liable for any loss of profits, loss of business opportunities, loss of use of data, interruption of business, or for indirect, special, incidental, punitive, exemplary or consequential damages of any kind, arising out of the use, inability to use, or the results of use of SMAPHO AP, whether based in contract, tort, or otherwise. The usage of SMAPHO AP by the USER is entirely at the USER’s own risk. Should SMAPHO AP prove defective, the USER assume the entire cost of all service, repair or correction and, to the extent permitted by the applicable law, the USER agrees to unconditionally waive all statutory or other rights that may be held by the USER against AAJD in respect of such defect.
Article 5 (Termination)
This EULA shall be effective upon the USER’s acceptance and continue in effect unless the USER ceases to use SMAPHO AP. However, AAJD may terminate this EULA without notice.
AAJD is deemed to cancel this EULA immediately by the USER’s violation of this EULA. Then the USER shall erase, dispose, or return SMAPHO AP to AAJD in two weeks. Article 4 and 5 are still to be valid after termination of the EULA.
Article 6 (Governing Laws)
This English language translation of the original Japanese language EULA is governed and controlled under the jurisdiction of the law of Japan. If any of the provisions of this EULA shall be declared void, such provision shall be severable and independent from the other provisions of this EULA and the validity of the other provisions and of the entire EULA shall not be affected.