In-App Subscriptions: Information for Store Owners

>In-App Subscriptions are managed by each platform (Apple, Google, Amazon, Roku).
>This includes processing payment, granting access, billing, cancellations, and refunds.
>Users must cancel their subscription on the platform where they subscribed.

Information in the Admin Dashboard:

>You'll be able to view and make changes to a user's access/subscription, but DON'T.
>It WILL NOT change the In-App Subscription since that is completely managed by each platform and will create issues for your users.

Here are some common issues. If you manually...

>Cancel Subscription: User loses access to content; continues to pay
>Grant Access: User has access through next payment date, then loses access but continues to pay
>Change Next Payment Date: Changes date in Dashboard only, the User will CONTINUE to get billed by PLATFORM on the same DATE at the same PRICE.

In-App Subscriptions are Managed by End Users

Changes to an In-App Subscription MUST be made by the USER. Users can manage their In-App Subscriptions in device/account settings including:
>View Subscription: Receipt for payment, date trial ends, next payment date
>Cancel Subscription: User MUST cancel on platform where subscription was purchased
>Restore Purchase: User has an active In-App Subscription but can't access content
>Request a Refund: User wants a refund for In-App Subscription

Help Guides to share with your users

>View/Cancel: Google Subscriptions; Apple Subscriptions; Amazon Subscriptions; Roku Subscriptions
>Request Refund: Google Refund; Apple Refund; Amazon Refund; Roku Refund
>Restore Purchase: Android & iOS: Restore Purchase

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