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Productive - Habit tracker

Productive - Habit tracker

Apalon Apps

Create habit list and build good habits easily with Productive tasks tracker ✔️.

4.6 Ratings 79K+ Reviews 500K+ Downloads
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Create habit list and build good habits easily with Productive tasks tracker ✔️.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
79.3K+ Ratings
  1. 5
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  • Great Tool Oct 15, 2019

    By taylinr
    This app has helped me, far more than any other on the App Store, to take control of my life. It has been especially useful in creating a healthy lifestyle, and to conquer depressive habits I had never been able to. The accountability the app brings is one that is lacking in pressure. If you end up not being able to complete a habit, you don’t get negative feedback. Most habit forming apps on the App Store have negative feedback when you are unable to meet your goals, which can become quickly frustrating and cause more self-criticism. Other apps on the market will send an obnoxious amount of reminders, that eventually become easy to ignore. Rather the app uses as many, or as little, reminders as you want. You can choose which days of the week and what time of day the habits need completed by. With the Premium feature, you are able to create as many habits as you want and gain access to more fun settings. For me, the amount I paid for the yearly subscription was worth it for the changes I have seen in my life. The only problems I have found is in the weekly section. You don’t get the option of choosing the day of the week for habits in the weekly tab. I have a plant I water every two weeks, always on Saturday’s, but there is currently no way to specify this option. Because I can find no other problems, and because of the personal help this app has provided, I am giving it 5 stars.
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  • Nov 30, 2020

    By Avani
    Honestly this app is just like so many others. First you need to pay for more than one habits. People aren't looking forward to pay for them nor expected to. How is that a premium feature? Other than that this app is pretty good and very modern. Took 2 stars off for this.💀
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  • Great app! Mar 8, 2018

    By CheekySweetie
    I'm 16 and I got this app to keep track of chores and other daily habits I often forget. It's exactly what I needed. I'm not trying to schedule my day down to the minute or even the hour. And I needed an app flexible enough that as long as I complete my habit that day, it doesn't break my streak, but still keeping certain habits to certain times of day. I like that you can schedule an individual habit for multiple times a day instead of having to create the same habit 3 times, each time scheduling a different time. I also enjoy how customizable it is, how you can choose the icon, color and order of the habits. My favorite thing about the app is the general scheduling. There are 3 times to schedule a habit to; morning, afternoon and evening. And you can choose between which times each of these apply. Even if I miss a habit during its schedules time, it isn't counted as missed until the day is over, which keeps my motivation for the streaks up. It's the perfect level of simplicity for me. My only complaint is that I have to pay a subscription for more habits! I don't really care about whatever else comes with premium. I love this app and it's exactly what I need but I can't pay a subscription. If it was a one-time fee for premium forever then I could do that. Even if it was $20 as long as it was just once. Otherwise, this app is just about perfect for me.
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  • Dec 1, 2020

    By saintpablo604
    This is my frist time leaving a review because this app is exactly what I'm looking for right now in life. Beautiful graphics, clever tactile UI and community based challenges to always keep you engaged. I haven't been this excited about an app in a long time.
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  • My Main App May 31, 2018

    By riddled1103
    I have paranoid schizophrenia, and having a stable routine along with medication and therapy is essential to my recovery. This is hands down the best app for creating and maintaining a daily self care routine. Being schizophrenic it is hard to stick with a routine. I am always forgetting what I need to be doing. Not anymore with this app. I use this app to remind me of the things I need to do each day. For projects I use Things 3, for one time reminders I use the standard reminders app, and for appointments I use the basic calendar. I keep these four apps in a folder called Daily. If I see a number over the folder, I know that something needs to be done. What I like most about this app is nothing has a time that is set in stone. There are three periods: morning, afternoon, and evening. This gives me needed flexibility, in case I am having a bad day. Also these periods keep me from becoming overwhelmed by looking at a whole days worth of tasks. (Although you can look at the full day if you need to). There is also a satisfying sound when you swipe a task complete. This app has worked wonders in my day to day life living with schizophrenia. If you don’t have a serious mental illness this app will still be extremely handy. If you do have a serious mental illness it is a necessity.
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  • Works well, but... Jun 24, 2019

    By Imperialmeasures
    I like how this app is set up and what you can do with it. It is really good for keeping track of the things that I need to do. However, it is clear to me that this app really isn’t free. In the free version, you can set 5 habits, which doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface of what I need to keep track of on a daily basis. maybe of all i wanted to do was remind myself to go to the gym every day, it would be usable, but then you could just use one of the free apps that comes on the iphone. I understand that the developers want to make money, but the subscription pricing model is a big turn-off for be and i assume based on other reviews many other people. The price is really not that expensive, but personally i would rather have ads than have to pay $30 a year for an app that really does not do anything particularly interesting or unique. It’s nice to have, but for me, it’s not worth having to pay a per year price indefinitely when i could do exactly the same things, mind you less conveniently, with a free service like google calendar. So maybe if this app had a one time payment or ads i would use it, but currently, i am not prepared to spend 30 dollars a year so that i can be reminded to go to the gym.
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  • Nov 7, 2020

    By xianxian sansuile
    I really liked the design and how simple it is but having only 4 tasks literally does not help. like I know it's the free version and you want people to purchase the app. but only 4 task slots doesn't help. maybe 10 or even 8? would've rate it higher since it's what I've been looking for but what a shame.
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  • Nov 23, 2020

    By Joel Andersson
    I've tried so many times to get password to log into web account, but I never receive an email to reset password. Please help
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  • Limitations and constant subscription badgering make this too annoying Sep 14, 2019

    By hja91
    I liked the idea and aesthetic of this app. Unfortunately the paywall and its limitations makes it not worth downloading. The help section states that you can add notes onto completed tasks from previous days but you actually can’t. It would make sense that if you clicked on a task then clicked the notes section, you could edit notes but instead it says “swipe left on a task to add notes.” You can’t swipe anything on completed tasks from previous days. I accidentally deleted a completed task from yesterday and had no way of reinstating it. You can only have a limited number of tasks without paying. The to do list function is pretty similar to Wunderlist but with stats on how often you stick to your habits, which I don’t really care about enough to pay for. Every other click on the app leads to a pop up to in app purchases which is really annoying. I’d rather sit through a 30 second ad twice a day than pay for this or continue to use it and deal with the constant pop ups. Maybe I’d pay a onetime nominal fee to use this but not a monthly charge.
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  • Oct 25, 2020

    By Samantha Burton-Monk
    Deleted because you can't go back and log a habit on a day that's already passed. Your streak gets broken if you forget to log one day - that's a huge design flaw, it's frustrating and renders the app useless. It's a very nice app, but I can't really use it 🤷🏼‍♀️
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  • Great Tool Oct 15, 2019

    By taylinr
    This app has helped me, far more than any other on the App Store, to take control of my life. It has been especially useful in creating a healthy lifestyle, and to conquer depressive habits I had never been able to. The accountability the app brings is one that is lacking in pressure. If you end up not being able to complete a habit, you don’t get negative feedback. Most habit forming apps on the App Store have negative feedback when you are unable to meet your goals, which can become quickly frustrating and cause more self-criticism. Other apps on the market will send an obnoxious amount of reminders, that eventually become easy to ignore. Rather the app uses as many, or as little, reminders as you want. You can choose which days of the week and what time of day the habits need completed by. With the Premium feature, you are able to create as many habits as you want and gain access to more fun settings. For me, the amount I paid for the yearly subscription was worth it for the changes I have seen in my life. The only problems I have found is in the weekly section. You don’t get the option of choosing the day of the week for habits in the weekly tab. I have a plant I water every two weeks, always on Saturday’s, but there is currently no way to specify this option. Because I can find no other problems, and because of the personal help this app has provided, I am giving it 5 stars.
    more
  • Great app! Mar 8, 2018

    By CheekySweetie
    I'm 16 and I got this app to keep track of chores and other daily habits I often forget. It's exactly what I needed. I'm not trying to schedule my day down to the minute or even the hour. And I needed an app flexible enough that as long as I complete my habit that day, it doesn't break my streak, but still keeping certain habits to certain times of day. I like that you can schedule an individual habit for multiple times a day instead of having to create the same habit 3 times, each time scheduling a different time. I also enjoy how customizable it is, how you can choose the icon, color and order of the habits. My favorite thing about the app is the general scheduling. There are 3 times to schedule a habit to; morning, afternoon and evening. And you can choose between which times each of these apply. Even if I miss a habit during its schedules time, it isn't counted as missed until the day is over, which keeps my motivation for the streaks up. It's the perfect level of simplicity for me. My only complaint is that I have to pay a subscription for more habits! I don't really care about whatever else comes with premium. I love this app and it's exactly what I need but I can't pay a subscription. If it was a one-time fee for premium forever then I could do that. Even if it was $20 as long as it was just once. Otherwise, this app is just about perfect for me.
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  • Dec 1, 2020

    By saintpablo604
    This is my frist time leaving a review because this app is exactly what I'm looking for right now in life. Beautiful graphics, clever tactile UI and community based challenges to always keep you engaged. I haven't been this excited about an app in a long time.
    more
  • My Main App May 31, 2018

    By riddled1103
    I have paranoid schizophrenia, and having a stable routine along with medication and therapy is essential to my recovery. This is hands down the best app for creating and maintaining a daily self care routine. Being schizophrenic it is hard to stick with a routine. I am always forgetting what I need to be doing. Not anymore with this app. I use this app to remind me of the things I need to do each day. For projects I use Things 3, for one time reminders I use the standard reminders app, and for appointments I use the basic calendar. I keep these four apps in a folder called Daily. If I see a number over the folder, I know that something needs to be done. What I like most about this app is nothing has a time that is set in stone. There are three periods: morning, afternoon, and evening. This gives me needed flexibility, in case I am having a bad day. Also these periods keep me from becoming overwhelmed by looking at a whole days worth of tasks. (Although you can look at the full day if you need to). There is also a satisfying sound when you swipe a task complete. This app has worked wonders in my day to day life living with schizophrenia. If you don’t have a serious mental illness this app will still be extremely handy. If you do have a serious mental illness it is a necessity.
    more
  • Nov 22, 2020

    By Kyle Helm
    Originally wasn't a fan, but I gave it a chance and this app is fantastic. I struggle maintaining a steady daily routine and this is the only app I've ever found that has the exact features and customization that I've been looking for. Really great app if you're trying to stay on top of things and need a little more organization
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  • Dec 1, 2020

    By Jaime Vandervoort
    Hi I really like the app however you can only set habits for a day. I want to add a goal like, read a book a month, but the only option is to do it as pages per day. That's the only update I would make. Thanks!
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  • Latest update has terrible UX Jun 25, 2020

    By Gggghfjtfugvbnk
    Edit: Updating back to 5 stars because the UX has been improved, I’m sure many people enjoy the fancy UI but there is now an option to have a no frills. I have had some issues with habit data not saving properly for the current day, though, when checking habits off sometimes Old review: I agree with some other reviews I’ve seen: this was an update for the sake of updating. It has “fixed” things that were not broken to begin with. The UI used to be minimal and easy to use day to day, but now forces its paradigm of time-of-day habits. Sure, I have some habits for the evening, but a lot of anyone’s habits aren’t strictly for one time of day. It is more difficult now to just get this app to show me what I want—a simple list of my habits for the day. All day habits are now all the way to the left, the app has unneeded animations for what it is (essentially just a simple to do list style app), and the bottom bar UI now centers on adding a new habit, which is one of the actions I’ve used the least. This is making me regret subscribing to this. Maybe I can find a different app that is just simple and elegant, and doesn’t get in my way.
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  • Nov 25, 2020

    By GG S
    Would be nice if there was on option to automatically disable reminders when a habit has been executed successfully more than X days in a row, and reenabled otherwise In general, a good polished app, but still somewhat feature lacking even on the paid version which is ridiculously priced
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  • Quite a good app Jun 19, 2018

    By 17374850483761919384649
    I especially appreciate this app, since the calendar it has tracks when you do things and when you don’t do things. This gives you a satisfying cross-off of the days of the week you do the things you planned, making you feel compelled to keep up the task instead of putting it off another day. That being said, all of the features (in the free version at least) besides reminders can be done using a regular calendar, which would give you an even more satisfying cross-off since it is being done physically. However, I would still recommend this app, for people who are still struggling with procrastination, since it isn’t the laziness but rather the will, and personally the will has kept me going with this app. The only downside is that I think the not free version is quite a bit expensive, especially for a mere habit tracking app, and especially considering that all of the features it has and offers in the paid version could be done with other apps that are free (like apps that come with an iPhone). Nevertheless, this is still an amazing app and it has helped me with habit tracking.
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  • Nov 12, 2020

    By Jason Won
    Great experience so far. With logging into web account does that allow cross platforms let's say from Android phone to iPad? I see the app is available on both. How do you create a web account? Thanks.
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  • Nov 30, 2020

    By Avani
    Honestly this app is just like so many others. First you need to pay for more than one habits. People aren't looking forward to pay for them nor expected to. How is that a premium feature? Other than that this app is pretty good and very modern. Took 2 stars off for this.💀
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  • Well designed with spotty execution Nov 30, 2019

    By thadangazone
    I’ve been using this app (with premium features) for years because I haven’t found another app that is as good as this one for tracking habits. That being said I’ve looked long and hard for an alternative. My issues with the app are 1) in that it has below average integration across devices. I have an iPad and it doesn’t load all of the habits from the phone into the tablet. It will load some but not all. It also takes forever (if it will do it at all) to sync with me marking a habit on one device. Example. I marked a habit complete around midday on the phone and the iPad app never registered it so it still showed up as incomplete in the iPad. And 2) if you’re relying on it for an accurate “perfect streak” count look elsewhere or track with a red X on a calendar. You can have a million perfect days in a row and the app arbitrarily decides to not track some days in the streak. Which is weird because the counter for “days complete” is accurate but the streak counter is completely random. Again. Best I’ve found and does a lot of things right. But I’ve also been looking for an alternative for a while.
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  • Nov 10, 2020

    By Usma Manir
    Wanted to point out i love the app but it doesn't have a times system as i like to track my sleep while im sleeping so i have to have a different app for that. Also i would like to time my walks as well so it would be good if i could time that. Again use a different app for that. Thank you x
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  • It’s okay, some flaws Aug 2, 2020

    By Satanscrush
    This app IS helpful, as I have started many challenges, and keeping up with them! However, what is really annoying about this app is that if you don’t mark at the end of the day that you have completed the challenge for that day—it automatically starts you over again and says that you failed the challenge. It feels terrible—especially when you are actually doing the challenge and have been for a full week! Please change this. It’s incredible frustrating to keep having to pledge over and over again, especially when I know I haven’t broken the pledge! Perhaps make a notification when you open the app that says “I noticed that you didn’t check in last night, how is the challenge going?” And then gives you the option to say “still going strong” or “I slipped, let’s start over”. I’ve been on the intermittent fasting challenge for almost a week now and in my app it says 0 because I forgot to swipe the challenge last night. It’s just very frustrating. Please fix this. Not everyone is going to have this app chained to their hip, we have lives.
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  • Nice app but lacking some important features. Oct 1, 2017

    By -Gatherer
    I’m a premium user of this app, and overall it’s nice looking and moderately functional. My biggest complaint is that it’s almost useless for data tracking. I meditate pretty much every day, but I consider doing it at least five days a week a success. So I went ahead and set the goal for five days a week. I meditated five days in a row, and suddenly I’ve lost the option to track it anymore for that week. Say I meditate every day for a week, I can’t track that under the five days setting. Meaning if I want to go back in time to see what days I usually miss, notice any patterns in the data—I’m out of luck. If I set it to the every day setting, and I miss a day, I lose my streak in the habit. Either I set it to five days, and I can’t keep accurate data records, or I set it to a week and I lose the motivation of maintaining a streak. It’s a really big flaw in the app and it would be nice to have it fixed. At least an option to allow a user to go over the set number of days would be nice, even if it wasn’t the default setting.
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  • Works well, but... Jun 24, 2019

    By Imperialmeasures
    I like how this app is set up and what you can do with it. It is really good for keeping track of the things that I need to do. However, it is clear to me that this app really isn’t free. In the free version, you can set 5 habits, which doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface of what I need to keep track of on a daily basis. maybe of all i wanted to do was remind myself to go to the gym every day, it would be usable, but then you could just use one of the free apps that comes on the iphone. I understand that the developers want to make money, but the subscription pricing model is a big turn-off for be and i assume based on other reviews many other people. The price is really not that expensive, but personally i would rather have ads than have to pay $30 a year for an app that really does not do anything particularly interesting or unique. It’s nice to have, but for me, it’s not worth having to pay a per year price indefinitely when i could do exactly the same things, mind you less conveniently, with a free service like google calendar. So maybe if this app had a one time payment or ads i would use it, but currently, i am not prepared to spend 30 dollars a year so that i can be reminded to go to the gym.
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  • Nov 7, 2020

    By xianxian sansuile
    I really liked the design and how simple it is but having only 4 tasks literally does not help. like I know it's the free version and you want people to purchase the app. but only 4 task slots doesn't help. maybe 10 or even 8? would've rate it higher since it's what I've been looking for but what a shame.
    more
  • Nov 23, 2020

    By Joel Andersson
    I've tried so many times to get password to log into web account, but I never receive an email to reset password. Please help
    more
  • Limitations and constant subscription badgering make this too annoying Sep 14, 2019

    By hja91
    I liked the idea and aesthetic of this app. Unfortunately the paywall and its limitations makes it not worth downloading. The help section states that you can add notes onto completed tasks from previous days but you actually can’t. It would make sense that if you clicked on a task then clicked the notes section, you could edit notes but instead it says “swipe left on a task to add notes.” You can’t swipe anything on completed tasks from previous days. I accidentally deleted a completed task from yesterday and had no way of reinstating it. You can only have a limited number of tasks without paying. The to do list function is pretty similar to Wunderlist but with stats on how often you stick to your habits, which I don’t really care about enough to pay for. Every other click on the app leads to a pop up to in app purchases which is really annoying. I’d rather sit through a 30 second ad twice a day than pay for this or continue to use it and deal with the constant pop ups. Maybe I’d pay a onetime nominal fee to use this but not a monthly charge.
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  • Oct 25, 2020

    By Samantha Burton-Monk
    Deleted because you can't go back and log a habit on a day that's already passed. Your streak gets broken if you forget to log one day - that's a huge design flaw, it's frustrating and renders the app useless. It's a very nice app, but I can't really use it 🤷🏼‍♀️
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  • Disappointing, not intuitive enough, 7-day trail offer beware! Jul 4, 2019

    By MomWApps
    Wanted to use the FREE 7 day trial to play around in this APP to see if it was the right fit. I ran into limited functions within the first five minutes. To use what felt like basic functions I was prompted to upgrade. I thought I was upgrading what I would be billed after the FREE to trial. That if I didn’t like what I experienced in the first 7 days, I could cancel. That’s what a FREE trial is. I wasn’t happy with the limited functions so I unlocked more. (What I needed to do was so basic. Set a reminder twice a day for one thing I needed to remember to do daily.) I was showing my teenager the functions and he laughed and said he couldn’t believe I paid for it. I was showing him because if he liked what he saw in the TRIAL on my phone, I was going to get it for him too. I decided in the same day I downloaded it, it wasn’t for me. It was too complicated, not intuitive enough. I went to cancel the trial and I was already billed for a full year! I stopped my subscription but it won’t end until JULY 3, 2020! My FREE trial started July 3, 2019. AND ON THE SAME DAY I’M BILLED FOR A FULL YEAR. No refund. It really makes me mad. It’s not right. Beware of the “free trial.”
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  • Nov 29, 2020

    By Raed Faisal
    Although I am in the free subscription period, from the beginning of the period 4 USD was withdrawn, this is a shame
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  • The free version doesn’t let you do anything at all pretty much Aug 20, 2019

    By bgbvvvvvv
    Wow first off I was super happy that I found an app that would fit me perfectly and keep in mind I am aware about the whole free aspects of apps and I’m Not new to the free treatment but Holy cow you cannot even do anything why would we only have at least three habits the whole point of the app and we can only have three I can download another app that would let me do way more than just three I get you guys might not have the best reasons to push users to get a premium but oh my gosh that is not making me I want to get a premium it makes me want to immediately delete the app I’m a student and I’m on a budget I even needed this app of checking my subscriptions for other things and wow how ironic the reminding app Also wants a subscription to!? Look all I’m asking is I hope you guys find a way to give users more habits than just three at least six I mean come on now it’s a reminding app and I’m not even touching on how expensive The premium is for just a DAME REMINDING APP! That’s all this app is I don’t even know why it’s offering a subscription to begin with but just let us have more reminders that’s all I ask
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  • Free version is unusable Jun 18, 2020

    By ConeyQ
    This app bills itself as a free app with optional in-app purchases, but that’s a complete misrepresentation. The app is almost unusable without a subscription. It’s a complete money grab. Literally every time you navigate away from it or change screens, it directs you to pay for a subscription. The subscription page that pops up every five seconds is set up in a misleading way that indicates a “free trial” (that auto-subscribes you for a full year’s price) is the only option to continue using the app for free. You can X out of the subscription page in the top left corner without agreeing to the trial, but people who aren’t tech literate won’t realize that. I downloaded the app because my mother wanted to use it but couldn’t get it to work. As soon as I saw the subscription page, I asked my mother if she’d known she could skip it without starting a trial, and she told me no, she’d hit the obvious yellow button that said “free trial” instead. I helped her cancel her subscription and delete the app. There are much more functional free productivity apps out there that run on ads without tricking people into thinking they need a recurring subscription to use them.
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  • Scam! Nov 2, 2018

    By juju10537
    I got the app and decided after a couple of days that it wasn’t a good fit for me, so when I went to unsubscribe from it, there was no option to unsubscribe as there usually is with apps. After messing with it for awhile, I assumed there was no option to unsubscribe because I wasn’t going to be billed anything - I ended up getting billed $23 all of a sudden, a month later, for an app I don’t even use! I’m a broke college student - I can’t afford to lose that money. The option to unsubscribe NEEDS to be more available and user-friendly. Edit: I’m fully aware that manually unsubscribing from the app is necessary, as is with most apps, but there is literally no option to opt out under those settings - the button in red font at the bottom of the page that should be there is nonexistent, but it’s present in the other apps I have. As I said above, I already tried to unsubscribe but eventually assumed that I wasn’t going to be charged since every other app I had, and the format of the page in the tutorial, included a very obvious “unsubscribe” button. I’d just like to know what my options are for getting my money refunded.
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