Computers, Laptops & Tablets Apple How to Unsubscribe From a Magazine or App on Your iPad Unsubscribe when you don't want to pay for magazines or apps on an iPad by Daniel Nations Writer Daniel Nations has been a tech journalist since 1994. His work has appeared in Computer Currents, The Examiner, The Spruce, and other publications. our editorial process Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Daniel Nations Updated on January 05, 2020 Apple iPad Macs Tweet Share Email It's easy to subscribe to video, music, and magazine services on your iPhone or iPad. But the day may come when you don't want those recurring charges anymore. Whether you want to save money or just aren't interested in a streaming service, it doesn't take much to cut an app out of your life. Here's how to cancel an app subscription or a magazine auto-renewal. Instructions in this article apply to iPads running iOS 11 or later. Cancel a Subscription To cancel a subscription to a magazine or app on your iPad: Open Settings on your iPad. Tap your Apple ID. Tap iTunes & App Store. Tap Apple ID. Tap View Apple ID, then verify your identity. Either enter your password or use Touch ID. Tap Subscriptions. Tap the subscription you want to cancel. Tap Cancel Subscription. Depending on the structure of the subscription, you may be able to access the service until it's up for renewal. The expiration date appears on the Subscriptions page after you cancel. Subscriptions apply to your entire Apple ID, so if you use one on your iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, and Mac, you only have to cancel it on one of them to remove it from all devices. Resubscribe to an App or Magazine You can also use these menus to resubscribe to services you've ended. Here's how: Return to the Subscriptions page. In the Expired section, tap the app or service you want to renew. Tap the renewal option you want. Confirm your purchase with your Apple ID password or Touch ID. The renewed service moves to the Active Subscriptions section.