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Terms and Conditions

Version 1.0
Last updated on Monday, 5 April 2021

About these Terms

Thanks for signing up to use Daybridge. These terms (Terms) apply to:
In these Terms, we sometimes refer to Daybridge and the Software together as the "Services".
We've tried to make these terms easy to read and understand — avoiding jargon wherever we can. Please read them carefully, because they're legally binding. When you accept them, we give you the right to use our Services. In return, we'll need you to follow these Terms.

Who are we?

We are Daybridge Software Limited. Our registered office is at Third Floor, 65 Clerkenwell Road, London, United Kingdom, EC1R 5BL and we are registered in England and Wales under company number 12728703.

Our contact details

You can contact us by email at hello@daybridge.com.

Creating an account

Before you can start using Daybridge, you'll need to create an account. To create an account, we'll need your name, email address, and phone number. If you've signed in to Daybridge via a third party login provider (like Twitter), then we might be able to get some of this information from them. You can use Daybridge on the web, and when they're released, on our native apps. Check the Apple App Store or Google Play Store for details on what operating systems and devices we support.

Fair use of our Services

When you accept these Terms we'll grant you a licence to use our Services. This license is non-exclusive (meaning we can grant the same licence to all users of our Services) and it's personal to you only (meaning you can't transfer the licence to anyone else).
When you accept these Terms, you agree not to:

Making changes to Daybridge

We'll do our best to keep you up to date when we're making changes to our Services. We can change, update, pause, or discontinue any of our product features at any time. We don't need to give you any notice beforehand, but we'll try to be reasonable and let you know when we can.

Accuracy and timeliness of information we provide

For some features in Daybridge, we'll automatically pull in information from third party data sources. For example, we might pull in information on the weather, traffic conditions, or the platform your train departs from. While we try to make sure this information is as accurate as possible, it may not always be correct. We might make a mistake, or the data we get from our providers might be wrong or misleading.
For this reason, it's always important to double-check the information against trusted sources. We aren't responsible for any inconvenience, loss, damage, or personal injury that comes about because you've used or relied on inaccurate information that we've provided you, unless it was caused by our negligence.
In addition, with some of the features we offer, timeliness is important. Examples of these features are event notifications and reminders. We won't be responsible for inconvenience, loss, or damage, or personal injury that you suffer because these features haven't worked as expected, unless it was caused by our negligence.

The Daybridge API

It's important to us that you're in control of your personal information, and the things that you add to your Daybridge    account (like your calendar entries). Daybridge lets third party apps (individuals and other companies) access your data through our Application Programming Interface (API). The API also lets them add things to your account on your behalf.
Before a third party app can access your account, you'll need to approve their access. We'll make it clear what permissions you're granting to the app, so that you can make an informed decision. If you change your mind, you'll be able to revoke the app's access later in your account settings.
Before an app can request access to your account, it will generally need to clear our review process. However, apps can connect to a small number of accounts without clearing the review process, in order to help them build their integration. Where an app has not yet cleared our review process, we'll make this clear before you approve their access.
It's important to review the terms of service and privacy policy of any app you connect to Daybridge. We're not responsible for the way third party apps use your information, or anything that this app might add to your Daybridge account.

Ownership of our Services

When we say "Intellectual Property Rights", we mean any patents, copyrights, moral rights, trademarks, business names, domain names, designs, software rights, or confidential information that we hold. We also mean any other intellectual property rights (registered or not registered) that we hold now, or will hold in the future.
We and our licensors own all of the Intellectual Property Rights to our Services, and these Terms don't give you any of these rights.

Transferring rights and obligations

In the future, we might transfer the rights and obligations we have under these Terms to another company, as long as it doesn't materially affect your rights. You can't transfer your rights or obligations under these Terms to anybody else. This is because these Terms are personal to you — and nobody else is entitled to benefit from them.

Making changes to these Terms

As we grow and improve Daybridge, from time to time, we might need to make changes to these Terms. We'll do this by uploading a new version of the Terms to our website, with a date to show when we uploaded them.
Sometimes, when we release a new product feature or service, we might decide to introduce new terms relating to that feature. We might provide them separately to these Terms. If we do, you'll need to agree to those terms before you can use the feature.
If you carry on using our Services after we make changes to the Terms, it means you've agreed to them. The new version of the Terms replaces the old version — so the new Terms apply going forward.

Paid services

Daybridge is currently a free service. In the future, we might offer new features or additional premium services that you'll need to pay for if you want to access them. If we do, we will either update these Terms, or we'll create some separate terms to cover the paid services we're offering. If we create separate terms, you'll need to agree to those terms before you can access our paid services.
We don't think it's likely, but in the future, we might decide to start charging money for some or all of our Services that were previously free. If we do this, we'll update these terms, and give you at least 30 days' notice. If this happens, you can either pay to use the premium services or stay on the free account. If you choose not to pay, you may lose access to all or parts of your account.

Ending or limiting our Services to you

If you don't follow the Terms we've set out, we can remove your access to Daybridge straight away. This means that you'll no longer be able to access your account, and you won't be allowed to open a new account in the future.
We can also remove your access to all or parts of Daybridge without giving you a reason. If we want to do this, we'll provide you with at least 30 days' notice. From time to time, we might need or choose to impose limits on our Services. If we do, we'll try to give you 30 days' notice.

Our responsibilities

While we hope you'll love using Daybridge, we can't guarantee that it'll meet your needs. We also don't guarantee that the service will always be available, or be free from errors. From time to time, it's possible that your access to the service will be interrupted. If this happens, we won't be responsible for any loss or damage that comes about as a result.
We take steps to preserve your data, and protect its integrity. These steps include replicating the data to protect against hardware failure, and where possible, taking regular backups. We won't be responsible for loss of your data, or any corruption to it.

If we don't follow these Terms

If we don't follow these Terms, then we'll be responsible for the part of any foreseeable loss or damage that you suffered that was caused by us.
In addition, even if we don't follow these Terms, we won't be responsible for any loss or damage that isn't foreseeable. When we say "foreseeable", we mean that...
While this could change in the future, at the moment, our Services are provided for personal use only. This means that, even if we don't follow these terms, we're not responsible for any business interruption, or loss of business earnings or opportunities.
To be clear, we don't limit our responsibilities to you where it wouldn't be lawful. For example, we don't limit our responsibility to you when we've breached your consumer rights. We also don't limit our responsibility to you when we've caused death or personal injury due to our negligence.

Getting support

If you run into problems using Daybridge — we can help. You can contact us via social media, or email us on hello@daybridge.com.

How we enforce these Terms

To keep Daybridge safe and running smoothly, we keep an eye on how people are using our Services, and take action when we need to. You agree that we can monitor your use of Daybridge to make sure you're not breaking our Terms. We'll always do this in line with our privacy policy.

How we use your information

To learn more about how we'll use your personal information, please read our privacy policy.

What laws apply to these Terms?

These Terms are governed by English law and the English courts will have jurisdiction over any claim. If you're resident outside of the UK, then you'll continue to have all of the consumer rights available to you in your country of residence.