You are out of luck under this license agree­ment. You won‘t sell it, and you can‘t legal­ly sell it any­where else. You can give it away, but you can‘t sell it. Updat­ed to add: By “he” I am refer­ring to the book, not the con­tent. The pro­gram allows you to export your work in plain text, remov­ing any for­mat­ting. So you have the option to take over the for­mat­ting work you did in iBooks Author, throw it away, and start over. This is a poten­tial­ly dev­as­tat­ing lim­i­ta­tion for an author/publisher. The out­put in PDF for­mat would retain for­mat­ting, but again, the license seems to pro­hib­it you from sell­ing this work as it was gen­er­at­ed by iBooks Author. Apps made avail­able through the App Store are licensed to you, not sold. Your license for each Appli­ca­tion is sub­ject to your pri­or accep­tance of this Licensed Appli­ca­tion End User License Agree­ment (“Stan­dard EULA”) or a cus­tom End User License Agree­ment between you and the Appli­ca­tion Provider (“Cus­tom EULA”), as applic­a­ble. Your license for an Apple App under this Stan­dard EULA or Cus­tom EULA is grant­ed by Apple, and your license for any Third Par­ty App under this Stan­dard EULA or Cus­tom EULA is grant­ed by the appli­ca­tion provider of that Third Par­ty App. Any Appli­ca­tion sub­ject to this Stan­dard EULA is referred to here­in as a “Licensed Application”.

The Appli­ca­tion Provider or Apple (“Licen­sor”) reserves all rights in the Licensed Appli­ca­tion not express­ly grant­ed to you under this Stan­dard EULA. Of course, Sim­plenote just needs to cov­er a rel­a­tive­ly sim­ple text host­ing and sync­ing ser­vice, while Apple cov­ers a social gam­ing net­work, music, app and video library, voice con­trol ser­vice, and oper­at­ing sys­tem. But it‘s clear that Sim­plenote real­ly cares what an inex­pe­ri­enced user who lands on its site will see, and has made an effort to make the doc­u­ment as clear and read­able as pos­si­ble. The terms of the Fruit Nin­ja game license agree­ment are includ­ed in these Terms of Ser­vice: — For more infor­ma­tion about the Apple TV Con­tent Usage Rules, see sup​port​.apple​.com/​H​T​2​1​0​074. An EULA grants users per­mis­sion to down­load your app to their iPhone or iPad and use the app, but nev­er reverse engi­neer, copy, or devel­op any part of the app for their per­son­al ben­e­fit. Basi­cal­ly, it states that users acquire the right to use your app with­out acquir­ing own­er­ship. For this rea­son, com­pa­nies with spe­cif­ic pro­pri­etary infor­ma­tion pre­fer to main­tain an EULA agree­ment in addi­tion to the terms and con­di­tions. At some point (most like­ly the sec­ond the idea of social media appeared in someone‘s head), it was dis­cov­ered that people‘s per­son­al pho­tos were a vir­tu­al­ly unlim­it­ed sup­ply of con­tent that could be exploit­ed by adver­tis­ers. As a result, just about every social net­work has a clause in their user agree­ments that allows them to use your images for com­mer­cial pur­pos­es. Buy­ing Apple prod­ucts some­times makes you feel a lit­tle like you‘re in your mouth. Appli­ca­tion licens­es are pro­vid­ed to you by Apple or a third par­ty (“Appli­ca­tion Provider”). If you are a cus­tomer of Apple Dis­tri­b­u­tion Inter­na­tion­al Ltd., the reg­is­tered reseller is Apple Dis­tri­b­u­tion Inter­na­tion­al Ltd., which means that you pur­chase the license of the appli­ca­tion from Apple Dis­tri­b­u­tion Inter­na­tion­al Ltd., but the appli­ca­tion is licensed by the appli­ca­tion provider.