View, change, or cancel your subscriptions

Manage your subscriptions in Settings on your iOS device, in iTunes on a Mac or PC, or on Apple TV.

An iPhone X showing Subscriptions to HBO NOW, Apple Music, and Hulu.

Some apps and services require a subscription. With a subscription, you pay to get access to content from the app or service.

Some subscriptions automatically renew unless you choose to cancel them. These include:

  • In-app subscriptions for content or services (HBO NOW, Spotify, Pandora, Hulu, etc.)
  • Apple Music and Apple News+
  • Apple TV channels


If you're not currently signed in with the same Apple ID that you use with the subscription that you want to manage, if you're using a different device, or if you don't see your subscription, follow the directions below.

Some subscriptions might offer a discounted or free trial. If you don’t cancel more than 24 hours before your renewal date, your subscription might renew.

Change or cancel your subscriptions

Follow the steps to view, change, or cancel your subscriptions from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch; your Mac or PC; or your Apple TV; or on other devices.

If you no longer have an Apple device, download iTunes on a PC or contact Apple Support to cancel your subscriptions.


Canceling subscriptions is slightly different in Israel, South Africa, and Turkey. Learn about special circumstances for these countries and regions.

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Go to Settings > [your name] > iTunes & App Store.
  2. Tap your Apple ID at the top of the screen, then tap View Apple ID. You might need to sign in with your Apple ID.
    An iPhone X open to the iTunes & App Store settings. A menu is in the foreground of the screen, and View Apple ID is highlighted.
  3. Scroll to Subscriptions, then tap it.
    An iPhone X showing the Account Settings screen. The Subscriptions button is highlighted.
  4. Tap the subscription that you want to manage.
    If you're being charged for a subscription but you don't see it in your list of subscriptions, it might be billed through another provider, not through Apple. Learn what to do if you still can’t view your subscription.
  5. Use the options to manage your subscription. You can choose a different subscription offering, or tap Cancel Subscription to cancel your subscription. If you cancel, your subscription will stop at the end of the current billing cycle.1
    If you don’t see an option to cancel a particular subscription, then it's already canceled and won't renew. If the subscription recently expired, you should see an expiration date. If you recently canceled the subscription, you should see the date through which you'll have access to the subscription.
    An iPhone X showing an Apple Music subscription. A pop-up is in the foreground, asking to confirm cancellation of the subscription.


You might also be able to manage your subscriptions in the App Store app. Tap the Today tab, then tap your profile photo or the profile button  at the top of the screen. Tap Manage Subscriptions, then tap the subscription that you want to manage.

On your Mac or PC

You can manage subscriptions in the App Store on Mac or in iTunes on a Mac or PC.

In the App Store

  1. On your Mac, open the App Store app.
  2. Click your Apple ID at the bottom of the sidebar.
  3. Click  View Information at the top of the window. You might be asked to sign in with your Apple ID.
    In the App Store on Mac, the View Information button is at the top of the screen.
  4. On the Account Information page, scroll to the Manage section. To the right of Subscriptions, click Manage.
  5. To the right of the subscription that you want to manage, click Edit.
    If you're being charged for a subscription but you don't see it in your list of subscriptions, it might be billed through another provider, not through Apple. Learn what to do if you still can’t view your subscription.
  6. Use the options to manage your subscription. You can choose a different subscription offering, or click Cancel Subscription to cancel your subscription. If you cancel, your subscription will stop at the end of the current billing cycle.1
    The Edit Subscription page displays options to change to an Annual or Family subscription. The Cancel Subscription button is below.
    If you don’t see an option to cancel a particular subscription, then it's already canceled and won't renew. If the subscription recently expired, you should see an expiration date. If you recently canceled the subscription, you should see the date through which you'll have access to the subscription.

In iTunes

  1. Open iTunes.
  2. From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen or at the top of the iTunes window, choose Account > View My Account.
    An iTunes window with the Account menu open in front of it. View My Account is chosen in the menu.
  3. Sign in with your Apple ID, then click View Account.
  4. On the Account Information page, scroll to the Settings section. To the right of Subscriptions, click Manage.
  5. To the right of the subscription that you want to manage, click Edit.
    If you're being charged for a subscription but you don't see it in your list of subscriptions, it might be billed through another provider, not through Apple. Learn what to do if you still can’t view your subscription.
  6. Use the options to manage your subscription. You can choose a different subscription offering, or click Cancel Subscription to cancel your subscription. If you cancel, your subscription will stop at the end of the current billing cycle.1
    If you don’t see an option to cancel a particular subscription, then it's already canceled and won't renew. If the subscription recently expired, you should see an expiration date. If you recently canceled the subscription, you should see the date through which you'll have access to the subscription.An iTunes window showing an Apple Music subscription. A message is in the foreground asking to confirm cancellation of the subscription.

On your Apple TV

You can only edit subscriptions for tvOS apps that are installed on your Apple TV. For Apple TV (3rd generation or earlier), you need to use an iOS device or computer to manage your subscriptions.

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Select Accounts.
  3. Under Subscriptions, select Manage Subscriptions.
    An Apple TV open to the Accounts setting screen. Manage Subscriptions is selected.
  4. Choose the subscription that you want to manage.
    If you're being charged for a subscription but you don't see it in your list of subscriptions, it might be billed through another provider, not through Apple. If the subscription you want to manage isn’t installed on your Apple TV, you'll have to use your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC to change it. Learn what to do if you still can’t view your subscription.
  5. Use the options to manage your subscription. You can choose a different subscription offering, or select Cancel Subscription to cancel your subscription. If you cancel, your subscription will stop at the end of the current billing cycle.1
    If you don’t see an option to cancel a particular subscription, then it's already canceled and won't renew. If the subscription recently expired, you should see an expiration date. If you recently canceled the subscription, you should see the date through which you'll have access to the subscription.An Apple TV showing an Apple Music subscription. Cancel Subscription is selected.

Manage subscriptions on other devices

Here's how to view, change, or cancel subscriptions on other devices.

  • If you subscribed to the Apple Music app on an Android or Chromebook device, tap the menu button , then tap Account > Manage Membership.
  • If you use the Apple TV app on a smart TV, open Settings, then go to Account > Manage Subscriptions.


If you still can't view your subscriptions


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1. If you cancel a subscription during a free trial period, you might lose access to content immediately.

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