AUDIOLOGGER TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Last update: 22 March 2021



By accessing or using AudioLogger, you agree to be legally bound by Terms and Conditions. Please read this document carefully. If you do not agree with one or more provisions of these Terms and Conditions, you should not use AudioLogger.



1. GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 These AudioLogger Terms and Conditions (the “Terms”) constitute a legally binding agreement between an individual user or an entity (“you” and “your) accessing the software application ‘AudioLogger’ available at https://audiologger.com and the related services (collectively, “AudioLogger”) and the owner and operator of AudioLogger, namely, Rute98 BV having a registered address at Clementinastraat 32, 2018 Antwerpen, Belgium, and the registration number 806933102(weus”, and “our). AudioLogger is a software application that allows you to (i) listen to radio streams all over the world, (ii) mark and record parts of radio streams, and (iii) share radio streams with others.

1.2 License to use AudioLogger. We grant you a worldwide, personal, revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable and limited license to use AudioLogger pursuant to these Terms.

1.3 Disclaimer. Although we regularly monitor the information available on AudioLogger, we cannot guarantee the accuracy, reliability, currency, relevance, and completeness of all information, whether provided by us or by third parties.

1.Third-party links. AudioLogger may contain links to websites, applications, and other online sources owned and operated by third parties. We are not responsible or liable in any manner for the content of such third-party links, information, and advertisements, as well as the security and privacy practices deployed by the operators of the third-party websites. Please exercise your due diligence before clicking on any of such third-party links or advertisements.

1.Support. Any general requests for customer support should be addressed to us by email at info@audiologger.com.

1.6 Minors. AudioLogger is not marketed and intended for use by persons under the age of 18.

1.7 Privacy and other relevant terms. The documents that include important provisions regarding your use of AudioLogger and should be read and interpreted together with these Terms are our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy which describe in detail how we handle your personal data collected through AudioLogger and other individual terms and conditions made available by us on AudioLogger.



2. FEES AND PAYMENTS

2.1 The Fees. Your use of AudioLogger is subject to the applicable service fees (the Fees”)By concluding a sales contract with us (i.e. purchasing your subscription plan),you agree to pay the Fees for each billing cycle in accordance with these Terms, the terms and conditions of your chosen payment plan (Bronze, Silver, or Gold), and other terms and conditions in force at the moment the sale contract is concluded. The Fees are billed and an invoice is issued at the beginning of each billing cycle.Unless you cancel the subscription priorto theexpirationof then-current subscriptionterm, we willautomaticallyrenewthe subscription plan based on its renewal cycle and you will need to pay theFees due. By placing your order, you agree to pay the Fees due. The Fees remain valid for as long as (i) they are featured on AudioLogger or (ii) as communicated by us. The Fees are subject to a change withat least 30 calendar days prior notice to you (if you hold a subscription) or without notice (if you do not hold a subscription).

2.2 Taxes. Unless indicated otherwise, the Fees exclude all applicable sale taxes (e.g. VAT), levies, andother duties. You are responsible for paying the said taxes.

2.3 Payment of the Fees. At the beginning of each billing cycle, you will receive an invoice for the Fees due. It is your sole responsibility to make sure that the Fees are paid to our bank account prior to the due date indicated on the invoice. Further, you are responsible for ensuring that all payment information is correct and the funds necessary for paying the Fees are available. You shall not to hold us liable for payments that do not reach us due to your error (e.g., incorrect payment information) or if your payment is refused for any other reason.