Start Of A New Year Is An Excellent Time to Review Your iOS Subscriptions

The beginning of the new year is always an excellent time to review the many aspects of ones life. App and iOS subscriptions should be a part of that review as they can accumulate as fast laundry.

If you do not review these often then it can be a little tricky to find the list of iOS subscriptions on your iPhone or iPad you had committed to during the past year. Luckily, there are 2 easy ways to view your current app subscriptions. The first way will get you there in only a couple of seconds. The second way does involve a few more clicks however is very easy.


First, open your Settings app. Place your finger on the Apple ID, iCloud, iTunes & App Store area (do not click) and pull down. This will bring up the Search Bar.

In the Search Bar you will want to type Subscriptions. You will notice by the time you type “Sub”, Subscriptions Apple ID will be at the top of the list.

Click Subscriptions and that is it. After your device prompts you for your passcode it will take you straight to your list of current and expired subscriptions.


As promised the second way is fast. It just involves a few additional clicks.

Open your Settings app and you will see your Apple ID, iCloud, iTunes & App Store at the top of the screen. Click on that section

Next you will want to click on iTunes & App Store

The next screen you will want to tap where it says Apple ID: “your Apple ID here” and you will get a pop-up

Click on View Apple ID

Finally simply click on Subscriptions. This will take you to a list of your current and expired subscriptions.

Hopefully, this will help you save a little money during the new year as you cancel all of those unused and unwanted subscriptions.

‌note: this is not a sponsored post. I purchased this product for my personal use and decided to review it. Tech Insite may however earn a commission when you click on an ad link.


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