Terms of Use

The following document represents the only legitimate and relevant version of Terms of Use of HelpView. If the user doesn’t accept these statements, then he is forbidden to use the service. He is also welcome to get in touch with the owner of the application or the Technical Support in order to solve this issue.


This document establishes and governs proper relationships between the official owner and the actual user of HelpView. Although the mentioned terms relate only to actual users, the potential ones should also read them in advance. Basically, Terms of Use text represents a lawful agreement, which should be accepted by the user before the installation. If someone intends to use the application we created and distribute, then he is recommended to read the following paragraphs thoroughly. We warn the user ahead that in case he installs and launches HelpView, this means that he fully accepts each term.

The Terms of Use document was created and shared for several reasons. Basically, it is required for:

Main terms

Denial policy. The owner of HelpView reserves the right to deny service at his sole discretion at any moment. This may be done in case the user doesn’t follow the mentioned terms, violates the owner’s rights, uses our product illegally or commits a banned action.

Updates. As it was already written, the current document’s version is the only relevant one. However, it may be modified, renewed or replaced with another text by the owner of HelpView. The owner isn’t limited anyhow - the update may take place at any moment, for unlimited times and without warning. The new version becomes legitimate the day of sharing.

The rights of the app owner. The owner of HelpView reserves the right to complain to a competent authority if he experiences any kind of violation from the user. This will be done in order to protect the owner’s data, intellectual property, rights and so on.

Forbidden actions

Attention! All the actions mentioned in this paragraph will be punished by law immediately, as they violate the owner’s rights. They may harm/destroy his intellectual or physical property. In addition, all these actions are a reason for service denial.