What is a EULA?

Like most software, fonts come with terms of use called an End User Licence Agreement (EULA). Each software developer has its own terms of use, and its EULA specifies what is and is not allowed when using the fonts. For example, the Typotheque EULA specifies that you can use licensed fonts for an unlimited amount of time, but you cannot give the fonts to people who donʼt have a licence to use our fonts. You must agree to the EULA before buying and using the fonts.