Google Play Pass has a few hundreds apps and games in it at launch, but to be honest, the selection here leaves something to be desired, especially on the app side of things. If you tried Google Play Pass but aren't seeing much benefit for it, here's how to cancel your subscription.
How to cancel Google Play Pass
- Open Google Play.
- Tap the three-line menu icon in the top left corner of the screen or swipe in from the left side of the screen.
- Tap Subscriptions.
Tap Google Play Pass in the subscription list.
- Tap Cancel subscription.
- Tap the reason you're canceling if you want to give Google one. If you don't want to tell Google the reason, tap Decline to answer.
- Tap Continue.
A confirmation window will pop up, asking if you're sure you want to cancel. Tap Cancel subscription.
Google won't refund you if you're partway through a billing cycle, but it won't charge you again. You'll keep your Google Play Pass benefits until the current billing cycle or trial period ends, allowing you to keep using the pass in hopes that you'll change your mind and renew the subscription.
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