This year Apple has been coming up with various types of announcements. Some good to hear, and some are not at all. Recently Apple has added a warning in iOS 13 beta 2 that seems once you attempt to uninstall an app which nonetheless has an active subscription. “Do you need to maintain the subscription for this app?” the message reads, earlier than providing you with a hyperlink to handle your Apple ID subscriptions. MacStories editor Federico Viticci first noticed the characteristic.

It’s a quick transfer from Apple after its App Store was hit by a plague of “free” apps that used a variety of shady tactics to extract cash from unwitting customers. Usually these techniques revolve round aggressively coercing customers into signing as much as expensive subscriptions with unclear phrases, within the hope that folks both won’t discover or will neglect to unsubscribe. If a consumer is uninstalling an app, then there’s an excellent probability they’re not within the subscription. Giving individuals a hyperlink to handle their subscriptions is a convenient method of reminding them to cancel.

The characteristic is the newest in a collection of makes an attempt made by Apple to make app cost phrases clearer to its customers. This year alone, Apple has modified its App Store pointers to say that builders must be more upfront with the actual cost of subscriptions, it has added an extra confirmation step throughout the signup, and it additionally reorganized its menus to make your active Apple ID subscriptions easier to see and handle.