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How to check on all the app subscriptions you’ve forgotten you’re still paying for

Don’t throw your money into the app-byss
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Do you know how much you're spending on app subscriptions?

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Many smartphone apps will ask you to pay a monthly or a yearly subscription, and automatically deduct this payment from your financial account of choice. From video-streaming services like Netflix to weather-monitoring apps such as Dark Sky, this model lets you buy into a program without worrying about making manual payments.

The problem is that, as these apps add up, it's easy to lose track of how much cash you're shelling out each month. Add in all those free

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