Terms of Service

Last Updated: June XX, 2020

A quick introduction.

These Terms of Service establish expectations.

These Terms of Service define what you can expect from us as you use our Services and what we expect from you. They reflect our beliefs, the ways our business operates and the laws that apply to our company. They define our relationship with you as you interact with our Services. 

By creating a Reel You account or by using Reel You, you agree to these Terms.

Understanding these Terms is important because, by downloading or using any Services, you are specifically agreeing to abide by and use our Services in accordance with these Terms at all times. Please contact us if you have any questions about the Terms of Service.

Terminology used in this policy.

When we say “Reel You,” “we,” “our,” or “us,” we’re referencing Reel You Inc. When we say “Service” or “Services” we are referencing all of our applications, features, software, services, functionality, support and website. When we say “Youser”, “Yousers”, “you”, or “your” we are referring to a user of our Services. These Terms of Service (also referenced as these “Terms”) apply to your use of any or all of our Services.

What you can expect from us.

You can expect us to provide our Services.

We agree to provide you with the Reel You Services. The Services include all of the Reel You products, features, applications, services, technologies and software we provide to advance Reel You’s mission: to help everyone capture their story in a way that reflects their real life. Although we give you permission to use our Services, we retain all intellectual property rights we have in the Services.

You can expect us to improve our Services.

We’re constantly developing new technologies and features to improve our Services. As part of this continual improvement, we sometimes add or remove features and functionalities, increase or decrease limits to our Services, and start offering new Services or stop offering old ones. We carefully consider your interests as a Youser, your reasonable expectations and the potential impact on you and others before making changes. We only change or stop offering Services for valid reasons, such as to improve performance or security, to comply with law, to prevent illegal activities or abuse, to reflect technical developments or because a feature or an entire service is no longer popular enough or economical to offer.

You can expect us to listen to your feedback. 

We always appreciate your feedback and ideas on how to improve our Services. If you choose to give us voluntary feedback with respect to the Services, such as brand new functionality or features, or suggestions to modify or improve our existing Services, we may use your feedback in any way we see fit without any restrictions or obligation to you.

You can expect Service-related communications. 

To provide you with our Services, we sometimes send you Service announcements and other information.

You can expect us to protect your privacy. 

Providing our Services requires collecting and using your information. Our Privacy Policy [link], which is fully incorporated by reference into these Terms, explains how we collect, use and share information and explains the ways you can update, manage, export and delete your information. You must agree to the Privacy Policy to use Reel You and we encourage you to read and understand it.

You can expect us to store your content.

Reel You allows up to 10GB of storage of content per account. We reserve the right to increase or decrease this storage amount at any time. Reel You has no obligation to store any of your content that you make available on our Services. We have no responsibility or liability for the deletion or corruption of content, accuracy of content, or failure to store, transmit or receive transmission of content.

You can expect our permission to use Reel You content.

Some of our Services include content that belongs to Reel You; for example, the visual illustrations you see in Reel You. You may use our content as allowed by these Terms but we retain all intellectual property rights we have in our content. Don’t remove, obscure, or alter any of our branding, logos or legal notices. If you want to use our branding or logos, please contact us.

You can expect our permission to use Reel You software as part of the Services.

Some of our Services include downloadable software. The license we give you is worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, personal and non-assignable. You may not copy, modify, distribute, sell, or lease any part of our Services or software. Also, you may not reverse engineer or attempt to extract any of our source code unless you have our written permission or applicable law lets you do so.

You can expect us to foster a positive and safe environment.

Our Services intend to help you capture all of your moments that matter, see a better reflection of your social interactions and real relationships, and tell the complete story of your life. Unfortunately, not every moment in life will be about a positive experience, but we try to provide our Services in a way that promotes a positive and safe environment. Fostering this environment may require us from time-to-time to pre-screen, refuse or remove content. You acknowledge Reel You has no obligation to pre-screen Youser content, but has the right in its sole discretion to pre-screen, refuse or remove any content. 

You can expect us to take action.

We may remove your content or disable your account if we believe you have violated these Terms of Service, our other policies, or we are permitted or required to do so by law. We can refuse to provide or stop providing all or part of the Service to you (including terminating or disabling your account) immediately to protect our community or Services, or if you create risk or legal exposure for us, violate these Terms of Use or our policies, if you infringe upon other people’s intellectual property rights, or where we are permitted or required to do so by law. Please contact us if you believe your account has been terminated in error.