Apple has included an alert in iOS 13 beta 2 that comes into view when you make an effort to remove an app which still has a running subscription. “Do you need to keep this app’s subscription?” the message states, prior to giving you a link to handle your subscriptions on Apple ID.
It is a logical decision from Apple, after its App Store was banged by a series of “free” apps that employed a series of shady methods to get money from unwitting consumers. Often these methods revolve around forcefully coercing consumers into registering to costly subscriptions with indistinct terms, in the expectations that users either will forget to unsubscribe or will not notice. If a consumer is removing an app, then there is a good odd that they are no longer concerned about the subscription. Giving users a link to handle their subscriptions is a suitable method of warning them to cancel.
The function is the newest in a sequence of efforts made by Apple to make app transactions terms clearer to its consumers. This year alone, Apple has modified its App Store rules to state that creators have to be more frank with the true price of subscriptions, it has included an additional confirmation measure at the time of signup, and it also renovated its menus to make your active subscriptions on Apple ID simpler to manage and see.
On a related note, who claimed that Google- and Apple-controlled machines cannot work together? Not Google. It is taking benefit of its lately included security key feature to employ your Android handset as confirmation for Google log-ins on iOS gadgets. If you have Smart Lock app by Google downloaded on your iPhone or iPad and have 2FA turned on your account, you can hold the volume down key on your Android machine to allow the login on the other devices.