23-25 The second circle then found that an essential ingredient in contract formation is the reciprocal manifestation of consent. :29 The court stated that “a consumer`s click on a download button does not give consent under the terms of the contract if the offer does not make the consumer understand that a click of the download button would mean consent to those conditions.” :29-30 As the complainants were not informed of these conditions, they were not bound by them. 30-32 Courts that review the applicability of browsewrap agreements have always stated that owners of websites and mobile applications bear the burden of informing consumers of the conditions under which they wish to attach them. While in some cases a browsewrap agreement can be maintained, companies that rely on this type of agreement run a significant risk that the agreement will not be applicable. As a result, Clickwrap agreements should be implemented, unless a company`s business model simply cannot include a Clickwrap agreement. Given the values and weights of the Clickwrap and Browsewrap agreement in terms of consent, Clickwrap offers better applicability.