An app maintenance service agreement is a contract between the app developer or service provider and the client, outlining the terms and conditions for maintaining and supporting the app. A typical app maintenance service agreement would typically include the following elements:

  1. Scope of work: This section outlines the specific tasks and responsibilities of the service provider, such as software updates, bug fixes, security patches, and performance improvements.

  2. Service level agreement (SLA): This section outlines the performance and availability expectations for the app, as well as the service provider's obligations for meeting those expectations.

  3. Maintenance schedule: This section outlines the schedule for performing maintenance and support tasks, such as software updates, bug fixes, and performance improvements.

  4. Communication and reporting: This section outlines the process for communicating with the client, such as the frequency of status reports, and the format and content of those reports.

  5. Payment and billing: This section outlines the payment terms for the service, including the fee structure, payment schedule, and billing method.

  6. Intellectual property rights: This section outlines the rights and responsibilities of the parties regarding the app's intellectual property, including any proprietary software, code, or content.

  7. Termination and renewal: This section outlines the terms for terminating the agreement and any renewal or extension options.

  8. Warranty and Liability : this section would outline the service provider's responsibility in the case of any malfunction in the app, the warranty offered, the liability limit.

It's important to keep in mind that the contents of an app maintenance service agreement will vary depending on the specific needs and requirements of the client and the app, so it's important to work with an attorney to draft an agreement that meets the specific needs of your project.