How to manage trials and subscriptions in your iTunes account

If you subscribed to an app through the App Store, or started a free trial, you must manage your trial or subscription through your Apple ID account. Your free trial and/or active subscription will not end by simply deleting the app and Flipd cannot cancel subscriptions or refund transactions made on the App Store. For more information on how in-app subscriptions work, visit Apple Support.

Here's how to manage or cancel your subscription:

  1. Launch the iPhone Settings app.

  2. Tap on your Apple ID at the top.

  3. Tap Subscriptions.

  4. Tap the Subscription you want to cancel.

  5. Tap Cancel Subscription.

  6. Tap Confirm when prompted to confirm that you want to cancel your 

If you have cancelled your subscription before the current period ends, whether it is part of a free trial or a regular recurring subscription, iTunes will no longer bill you for that subscription.

No Subscription

If you do not see a subscription you thought you had, this means the subscription has already been cancelled and you will not be charged.

Free Trials

After a free trial ends, your subscription automatically renews on renewal date unless it has been cancelled in your account settings at least 24h before current period ends. Payment is charged to your Apple ID and may be converted to your local currency. Unused portion of free trial is forfeited after purchase.

Auto-Renewal

Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the subscription period unless cancelled during the period. For example, annual subscriptions will renew every 12 months from the date of purchase and monthly subscriptions will renew every 30 days from the date of purchase. Cancel any time during the subscription period to not be charged. 

Purchases outside of the App Store

If you originally subscribed to Flipd by using a coupon through our website, and you wish to cancel your subscription, please contact info@flipdapp.co before your subscription is set to renew.

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