How to Cancel App Store and Apple Music Subscriptions

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Several TV and music services and other apps offer free trials through the App Store that automatically renew to become paid subscriptions after the trial period ends.

If you want to prevent an App Store subscription from running beyond the trial period or cancel a subscription you’re currently paying for, then read on. This article explains how to cancel any App Store subscription on iOS, Mac, and Apple TV.
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YouTube Gaming subscriptions start synchronizing with YouTube proper

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There’s absolutely no shortage of gaming content on YouTube, but for users who crave nothing less than laser-focused dedication to their gaming needs, we’ve got YouTube Gaming, launched three years back in what was seen as a direct response to the rise of Twitch. While the service has its own app, and own presence on the web, there’s understandably a lot of crossover between Gaming and regular YouTube. That connection’s only becoming more pronounced this week, as we learn about efforts to synchronize channel subscriptions between the two.

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‘Subscribe with Google’ launches to simplify news subscriptions

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Subscribing to a news organization helps support quality journalism, but getting subscriptions set up can be a pain. You’ve got to manage logins and payment methods for everything separately, and not all operations have the resources to manage a subscription service on their own. That’s where Subscribe with Google comes in. This new service lets you sign up for subscriptions on news websites via your Google account.

Subscribe with Google is live in a handful of countries including the US, Brazil, the UK, Australia, Mexico, France, Italy, the Netherlands, and Japan.

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Lyft officially begins testing monthly ridesharing subscriptions

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Lyft has reportedly begun testing "All-Access Plans," letting select people receive a certain number of rides for "free" each month with a regular fee.
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The next development in ride hailing services could be subscriptions, as Lyft recently emailed a number of riders invites to its "All Access" program. While the specific plans offered to each person varied, the idea is that by paying a weekly or mont…
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Google Assistant is getting Action subscriptions, better media playback, and more

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Google sometimes stealthily deploys new features here and there in Assistant without telling us, but today’s update is a big one with some fanfare. There are changes on the way to media playback, Assistant-enabled devices, and subscriptions. Some of these features are rolling out now, and others will be live in the near future. It’s a colossal Assistant update overall.

Assistant has long supported subscribing to certain tidbits of information, in fact, it was one of the original demo features in the Allo version of Assistant.

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Apple Teams up With Fiat Chrysler and VW to Bundle Apple Music Subscriptions with Apple CarPlay

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If you are going to be in the market for a new car by the time May rolls around, and you have been looking at the brands under the Fiat Chrysler banner or Volkswagen, then a new bundle deal might be worth your while.

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Add a luxury Volvo to your list of monthly subscriptions

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When Volvo introduced the smallest member of its SUV line, the XC40, it wasn't the car that got all the attention. It was how the Swedish automaker planned on leasing it. With Care by Volvo, would-be XC40 drivers wouldn't invest $ 35,200 to own the al…
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YouTube App on Apple TV Updated Following User Complaints Over Subscriptions Layout and More

It’s been just over two weeks since YouTube updated its Apple TV app with a major redesign, essentially bringing the app in line with YouTube on other products like Android TV, smart TVs, PS4, and Xbox One. While the original YouTube Apple TV app was never widely favored, the new update was met with even more blowback from some users, who referenced laggy controls, poorer playback UI, illogical changes to the subscription tab’s channel list, and more.


This week, YouTube pushed out version 1.01.04 of the app for Apple TV 4th and 5th generation devices, and it addresses a few of these user concerns. The major update is a “modified” subscriptions tab that nixes the long horizontal list of subscribed YouTube channels — which made it take much longer to get to channels at the bottom of the alphabetized list — and reverts back to a grid layout akin to the original app. YouTube said this was done for “easier channel selection.”

Although it’s not mentioned in the update notes, one user on Reddit said that there have also been a few tweaks to video scrubbing, so users can “go through the video with the touchpad again instead of slowly rewinding/fast forwarding.” When doing this, thumbnail previews of the video pop up to give you an idea of where to land as you jump through the video, but YouTube still doesn’t use Apple’s systemwide playback UI and there isn’t any support for quick 10-second jumps forward and backward.


Otherwise, YouTube said that the update fixed an issue with the search keyboard when people were using “non-Siri TV remotes,” and it includes the usual bug fixes and stability improvements.

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