The Google Play Store hosts all in-app plans set up with your Android device. When you're ready to stop paying for weekly, monthly, or yearly subscriptions, here's how to cancel automatic payment with your Android handset and the Play Store on the web.
Canceling a Google Play Store Android subscription [1
9659005] The easiest way to cancel Android app subscriptions is to use your Android smartphone.
Start by starting the "Play Store" app. If you can't find it on your device, swipe up on your home screen to open the app drawer, then scroll until you find the app.
Then tap the hamburger menu icon in the top left corner of the interface.
Tap the "Subscriptions" option at the bottom half of the list.
You should now see any subscription you pay for through the Google Play Store. Tap the subscription you want to cancel.
Select the link "Cancel subscription" at the bottom of the page.
Give a reason to cancel the subscription and then tap the "Continue" button.
Confirm that you want to cancel the Android app Play Store subscription by selecting the "Cancel subscription" button.
. Your app subscription remains active until the end of your billing period.
If it is a new subscription, you may be able to request a refund from the Google Play Store.
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How To Cancel A Google Play Store Subscription Over The Internet
If You Can't Access An Android Device Any More or if you handle your finances from your computer instead, you can cancel app subscriptions from the Google Play Store website.
Start by visiting the Google Play Store from your browser of choice. From there, select the link & # 39; My Subscriptions & # 39; in the left sidebar.
Then click the & # 39; Manage & # 39; on the right side of the screen associated with the subscription you want to cancel.
Select the "Cancel Subscription" option at the bottom of the pop-up menu.
Finally click the "Cancel Subscription" button to confirm your decision.
. The subscription remains active until the end of your billing. period.
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