1 Scope of application
These terms and conditions govern your use of the application VitaminsPower. They apply regardless of whether the application is used for free or for a fee. Between the developer VitaminsPower (hereinafter “provider”) and the user (hereinafter “user”) shall apply only to the following terms and conditions.
2 types Available for use
App VitaminsPower can work for free or for a fee. The app is always free to install - for example, through Google or Apple Market places. Use for a fee always requires a special, explicit consent of the User in the application (”in-app-purchase").
3 the use of the application VitaminsPower, in-app purchase
The user can choose and install an application VitaminsPower from Google or Apple Market places. By installing the application, the user accepts these General terms and conditions.
To use the application VitaminsPower requires a user account. This in turn requires the user to enter an email address and password.
If the user would like to use the wide range of features offered by the paid version of the VitaminsPower app, the user can upgrade it with a so-called “in-app purchase”. The update mechanism may vary depending on the market platform.
Payment will be charged to Itunes account upon confirmation of payment. The subscription is automatically renewed until the user cancels it, at least 24 hours before its expiration. The money will be debited within 24 hours before the end of the current period. The user can manage or unsubscribe from the subscription in the account settings after purchase. You cannot cancel your current subscription.
User claims for damages are excluded.
The user must understand that the application VitaminsPower is not medical, and is a recommendation. Using this app, bears the burden of responsibility yourself.
(2) If the User is an Entrepreneur, a legal person under public law or a special fund under public law, the place of jurisdiction for all disputes under the contractual relationships between the User and the Provider shall be the registered office of the Provider.
(3) If individual items are legally invalid, the remainder of the contract shall remain valid. Whenever such provisions exist, the statutory provisions shall replace the invalid provisions. If this would constitute undue hardship for one of the contracting parties, the entire contract shall be deemed invalid.