Of course we all want to make lots and lots of money, right? YES… However, we say we want more money, yet we are quick to spend or lose money. If you saw a little boy with a water bucket, trying to fill it with water, but you see a whole in the bottom leaking out the same water he puts in it. Most of us would go to that boy to explain how counterproductive it is to let water leak out of the bottom, yet many adults let money leak out of our bank accounts!
How do we let money slip away? One way is App or Service Subscriptions. Who else is guilty of starting a free trial, that you intended to cancel, but completely forgot? I know I am guilty of that! For a while, I didn’t even know how to easily manage my subscriptions on my iPhone. Once I figured that out, it was a game changer to be honest.
So to help many of you out, I’m going to help you be richer and patch that small hole in your bucket, leaking out those subscription dollars. Let me show you how to manage or cancel your subscriptions on iPhone. (Note: If you want to watch a video tutorial, then scroll to the bottom.)
Step 1: Open Settings
Open up the Settings app on your phone. We will need to access our Apple account.
Step 2: Open Apple ID > iTunes & App Store
Once you open Settings, tap on your name at the top to access your Apple Account. From there, you will see “iTunes and App Store.” Tap on that to find your Subscriptions.
Step 3: Click on Your Apple ID Email > View Apple ID
At the top of the list, you should see “Apple ID: (Your Email).” Tap on that, then hit “View Apple ID”. That will pull up some options and management tools for your Apple Account.
Step 4: Click on Subscriptions
On that Apple ID account page, if you have active subscriptions, you will see “Subscriptions” as an option. Tap on that. to see your active subscriptions.
Step 5: Manage Your Subscriptions
As you can see, I had HOOKED on my subscriptions list…yea I canceled that mess quick… Anyways, here you will be able to see all of the things you are subscribed to. Click on whatever you want to cancel and boom, you just patched a hole in your bucket.
Hopefully this blog post was helpful for you. If you have any questions, leave a comment below, and I will reply. Also, if you would rather watch the full video of this tutorial, here you go! Don’t forget to Subscribe to the blog!