The Apple Music app is not available only for the owners of iOS devices, it’s available for those who use Android as well. As you probably already know, the price per month is $9.99, and if you choose the family plan (up to 6 persons), the price per month is $14.99. But, before you subscribe, you get to enjoy in a 3-month free trial period. During that time, you can listen to the anything you want, explore the options, and then if you want, you can subscribe. However, if you want to cancel the membership, you should do that before the free trial period expires – the service will start to charge automatically because it already has your credit card details. To prevent this, you need to turn off the auto-renew option. You can subscribe, and cancel your membership anytime you want. If you cancel the membership somewhere in the middle of the free trial period, you’ll be able to use the service until the trial period is over. Here is how to turn off Apple Music auto-renew on Android.
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How to turn off Apple Music auto-renew on Android
To turn off Apple Music auto-renew on Android, follow the steps below:
- Open the Apple Music app on your Android phone or tablet
- Next, tap on three horizontal lines located in the upper-left corner to open the menu
- Tap on your name
- Now click on Manage Membership
- Tap on Subscription and turn off Automatic Renewal.
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