General Terms Dappre

Right of use

Dappre is intended for individual use by natural persons. Individuals who perform a function within an organisation may use the Tribes function, but they may only so on a strictly personal basis and the identity or the involvement of the organisation they say they represent has not been validated by Dappre B.V..

For any form of use that differs from the permitted one you will need to contact Dappre B.V. beforehand, so that we can assess which solutions are available for your specific need(s) and can negotiate separate terms and conditions.

Authors' rights and neighbouring rights

If you uploaded works that are protected under copyright law to the 'Tribe' or if you use services which are protected by rules and regulations adjacent to copyright law ("neighboring rights") that is allowed only if you have obtained the necessary rights, and if you paid the levy imposed by the collective rights management organisation(s) that may apply. You must be able to demonstrate this at the first request of Dappre B.V..

Exclusion and limitation of liability of Dappre B.V.

Dappre B.V. can only be held responsible for, and therefore shall only accept liability with respect to its own actions and not for or with regard to the actions of third parties by whom or with whom connections are established on the basis of the Dappre app.

Dappre B.V. accepts no liability for the use of Dappre in a manner that is not explicitly permitted.

As part of its service, Dappre B.V. has taken out liability insurance. In cases where users have demonstrably suffered damage as a result of a loss of connections demonstrably caused by Dappre B.V., the amount of the compensation will be limited to the amount paid by this insurance in such cases.

Availability of our services

Dappre B.V. offers the free version of the Dappre app without any implicit or explicit guarantees regarding the availability of the service. Our services based on the Dappre app can be interrupted for maintenance, repairs and upgrades, or as a result of network or equipment malfunctions. We can stop some or all of our services at any time, including certain features and support for specific devices and platforms. Events beyond our control, may affect our services such as events caused by nature or other situations of force majeure.

The Dappre app allows users to make a backup of the connections they establish with other users of the Dappre app. Users are free to choose whether or not they want to make use of this built-in backup capability and therefore this operation has not been automated. Users who do not use the backup option will no longer be able to access the connections that they have established with others via Dappre when they switch phones. Dappre B.V. does not have the key that is needed for access to that set of connections.


Dappre BV may change, suspend or terminate your access to or use of the Dappre service(s), if you violate our terms and conditions or the intent behind these terms and conditions, or if you have caused damages or possible (legal) risks for us, our users. or others.


Dappre B.V. does not interfere with the content of what is communicated with the aid of the Dappre app and has no access to this content. This also applies to the content of the messages in the " Tribes " of which it is not a member. Persons who create a "Tribe " must ensure that the participants in a "Tribe" comply with all current laws and regulations.

Dispute resolution: applicable law and choice of forum

The services of Dappre B.V. based on the Dappre app are exclusively governed by Dutch law, even if an obligation is fully or partially implemented abroad or if a third party involved in the legal relationship between the parties is domiciled there.

The Amsterdam District Court has exclusive jurisdiction to hear disputes between the parties, unless legislation prescribes otherwise. Nevertheless, the parties have the right to submit the dispute by mutual agreement to the competent court according to the law.

The parties will only appeal to a court of law after they have made every effort to settle a dispute by mutual agreement, either by amicable settlement, by mediation or by arbitration. When parties opt for arbitration, they shall jointly appoint one arbitrator.

In the case of extrajudicial dispute settlement, each party bears its own costs and the costs that are incurred jointly for both parties are equally divided between the parties.

Acceptance of general terms and conditions

By using the Dappre app the user accepts these general terms and conditions, excluding any of the user's own terms and conditions which may deviate from those of Dappre B.V..

Amendments and supplements to general terms and conditions

These general terms and conditions can be changed or supplemented by Dappre B.V.. If and when this happens, the user will receive a notification. Any further use after this notification is made implies acceptance of the amended and / or supplemented version.