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If you’re suffering from subscription fatigue, don’t worry – it’s easy to cancel your unwanted app subscriptions right from your iPhone or iPad.
You might have forgotten to unsubscribe from an app that billed you every month last year. Or, maybe, you’re trying to avoid getting charged until a free trial ends. Either way, it’s not a bad time to learn how to cancel those pesky and unnecessary App Store subscriptions.
Appleinsider suggests that you check your subscriptions regularly to avoid unwanted billing – once every six months is a good routine to follow.
How to cancel an app subscription on iOS 15 or iPadOS 15
- Open Settings
- Press your Apple ID icon at the top of the screen
- Faucet Subscriptions
- Tap the subscription you want to cancel
- Faucet unsubscribe
- Faucet To confirm
In addition to canceling your subscription, many applications also allow you to change your plan from the subscriptions page. This feature can come in handy if you decide to go monthly or upgrade to an annual plan for bigger savings.
If you subscribe to certain streaming or buying club services and signed up through a third-party app or webpage, such as Netflix or Amazon Prime, you will need to go through the unsubscribe process for that specific service. This may mean that you need to visit your user profile or billing page on that service’s website or in the service’s app.