My Android App Links A Websites Downloadable Content And Shows It?
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My Android app links a website's downloadable content (PDF file) and shows it within the app. Is it any type of copyright violation? The content is freely downloadable from the site. If anyone can give some insight it will be helpful?
Yes, some images are copyrighted - you can't just take it from google images and put it in your app. Your best bet is to go to Royalty-Free Images by Subscription And buy good images from there. If you want to cheap out, you can go to Free Stock Photos & Images and choose an image from there.
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That should get you pretty close (I personally don't recommend this route, because it takes a long time to pay for a license, and that isn't cheap). If nothing else, be sure to add your images to The World Atlas in the Library. This also helps users find your pictures and your app to download them faster. Conclusion : As you know, Google and Bing are currently working to incorporate OpenStreetMap images as well, so it won't be long before it's as easy as using Google for mapping as it is for mapping images. In the meantime, use the data set from Google and Bing to make your product as good as it can be, and don't feel guilty when you get feedback that says you shouldn't be using OpenStreetMap at all.
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