Translate the text of any application or website with a single click An End User License Agreement (EULA), in German End User License Agreement, is an agreement between the developer or publisher of a software and the user of the application. The EULA, often referred to as a software license, is comparable to a lease agreement. The user agrees to pay for the authorization to use the software and assures the developer or publisher to comply with all the conditions mentioned in the EULA. The user accepts the terms of the EULA, for example by deleting the slide surrounding the packaging of the software, opening the product seal, sending an email to the software publisher, installing the application, running a downloadable file or simply using the application. The user may refuse to accept the contract by returning the software and being reimbursed the purchase price, or by clicking on do not accept it to confirm the terms of the EULA during installation. Search results: 258. Exactly: 4. Processing time: 432 ms….