How do you find out all subscriptions you have?

Answered by James Kissner

To find out all the subscriptions you have on your Android device, follow these steps:

1. Open the Play Store app: Look for the Play Store icon on your home screen or app drawer, and tap on it to open the app.

2. Access the menu: Once you’re in the Play Store, tap on the menu button. This is usually represented by three horizontal lines or a hamburger icon, located in the top-left corner of the screen.

3. Go to Payments and subscriptions: Scroll down the menu and find the “Payments and subscriptions” option. Tap on it to proceed.

4. View your recurring purchases: In the “Payments and subscriptions” section, you’ll find a list of all the apps that regularly charge you. These are the subscriptions you have active on your device. You can scroll through the list to see all of your recurring purchases.

It’s worth noting that not all apps offer subscriptions through the Play Store, so this list may not include all of your subscriptions. Some apps may have their own separate subscription management system, which you would need to access within the app itself.

Additionally, if you have multiple Google accounts on your device, make sure you are signed in with the correct one to view the subscriptions associated with that specific account.

By regularly checking your subscriptions, you can keep track of your recurring charges and make sure you are only paying for the services you want to continue using. If you wish to cancel or manage any of your subscriptions, you can do so directly from the Payments and subscriptions page in the Play Store.

I hope this helps you find and manage your subscriptions on your Android device!