Apple has made a small but important change to iOS that will allow users an easier way to manage their app subscriptions. In the latest release of the mobile operating system iOS You would first have to tap your profile icon on the top right of the Home page, then your Apple ID, then scroll down to the bottom of the page again. By comparison, Google Play put subscriptions in its top-level navigation with no scrolling or extra clicks required. Apple recently made a change seems iOS Now you just need to open the App Store, tap your profile, and choose 'Manage Subscriptions'.
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Apps are essential to getting the most out of our smartphones, but the subscriptions that some of those apps rope us into are far from necessary once they fall out of regular rotation. Even the best of us probably have an app sub or two we've forgotten about after signing up once and never using the program again, which can be super annoying when seemingly phantom charges show up when it comes time to pay the bill. Here's how to find all of the app subscriptions you currently have tied to your Apple ID — and how to cancel them when you decide you've had enough. You'll see a field at the top of the screen with your Apple ID highlighted in blue. Tap that, then select "View Apple ID" in the pop-up menu.
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See below for step-by-step instructions followed by a video tutorial. You'll then need to find the ID for your show on each Platform that your podcast is on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play, and Google Podcasts and paste it into the field available. Please read carefully as each Platform's setup is slightly different from the others some require just an ID while others require an entire URL. Look in the iTunes Store for your show and click on the down arrow next to "Subscribe" and then on "Copy Link.
Some apps and services require a subscription. With a subscription, you pay to get access to content from the app or service. If you're not currently signed in with the same Apple ID that you use with the subscription that you want to manage, if you're using a different device, or if you don't see your subscription , follow the directions below. Some subscriptions might offer a discounted or free trial.