The Google licenses mentioned above are subject to the following requirements: 9.1 Free public access to the implementation of your API card. 9.1.1 General Rules. Free access (no fees). Subject to Section 9.1.2 (Exceptions), your Maps API implementation must be available free of charge to the general public and should not require a paid subscription or other limited paid access. This rule applies to your content and all other content in your Maps API implementation, whether your content or other content is present or added later. Public access (no firewall). Your Maps API implementation should not be run (i) only behind a firewall. or (ii) in a single internal network (except during the development and testing phase); or (iii) in a gated community (z.B. by simple access to the invitation).
9.1.2 Exceptions. Enterprise agreement with Google. Section 9.1.1 (Free Access, Public Access) rules do not apply if you have a separate written agreement with Google (for example. B a Google Maps agreement) or if you have obtained written permission from Google. Mobile apps. The Section 9.1.1 (a) (Free Access) rule does not apply when your card API implementation is used in a mobile app that is sold for a surcharge via an online store and can be downloaded to a mobile device that can access the online store. The Section 9.1.1 (b) (Public Access) rule does not apply if your map API implementation is an Android app that uses the Google Maps Android API. (However, the rule in section 9.1.1 (b) (Public Access) continues to apply when your card API implementation is an Android application using other map APIs, unless the Maps API implementation qualifies for Clause 9.1.2 (a) (Enterprise Agreement with Google).) 9.1.3 Examples. You can require users to log in to your Maps API implementation if you don`t charge users. You can calculate a fee for implementing your Maps API if it`s an Android app that can be downloaded to mobile devices from the Google Play Store. If you are a consultant who creates or hosts card API implementations for third-party customers, you can charge those customers a fee for your consulting or hosting services (but not for the card API implementations themselves, unless authorized by Section 9.1.2 (Exceptions). 9.2 Reports.