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How to cancel subscriptions on Apple iPhone and Android devices


Keeping track of your app subscriptions can be tricky (Picture: Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

From the benefits of personal training in your living room to providing sustainable eating inspiration, smartphone apps have become a staple part of day-to-day life.

They help us listen to podcasts as we drift off to sleep, and allow us to binge our favourite Netflix series on the go.

However, apps can come with a whole host of hidden costs that can quickly drain your bank account – something many are trying to avoid as they feel the squeeze of the cost of living crisis.

It’s crucial to be aware of how to cancel each of your subscriptions, but that can be tricky if you’re actually unsure of which apps you’ve joined or are still paying for.

Here’s how to see and manage subscriptions on iPhone or Android – and how to cancel them when you’re ready to say goodbye.

How to cancel app subscriptions on iPhone or iPad

It’s crucial to keep on top of your app subscriptions (Picture: Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Worried about the apps and subscriptions on your iPhone or iPaid? No worries. They’re easy to take care of.

On your Apple device, follow these simple steps:

This will either cancel your monthly subscription, or prevent the pre-paid apps from auto-renewing when your subscription runs out.

How to cancel app subscriptions on Android devices

‘Netflix is costing me HOW MUCH?’ (Picture: Getty)

If you’re using an Android phone or tablet, the steps you’ll follow will be slightly different.

Here’s what Android users should do:

You’ll often be able to access apps until the renewal date, after which you’ll lose the ability to use their subscription features.

Keep an eye on your subscriptions regularly to avoid paying for any unnecessary apps.


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