Have you ever caught yourself thinking "Why am I subscribed to Disney when my kids only rewatch Toy Story 3 over and over again?" Pretty much all of us have once thought about deleting apps and service accounts to stop this madness. And this interesting phenomenon is called 'subscription fatigue'. How did it appear and what can be done to overcome it? INXY has done some research for you.
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Alina’s experience in online support gives her true understanding of user cases — she knows what issues are on peoples minds. This brings up lots of insights. Also she’s participated in deep research of online market during the development of subscription tracker. She’s happy to pay back to the community and shares her knowledge and expertise in dozens of articles. These cover overview, trends, news of subscription market and how this affects user’s experience as well as tips and hacks of the said topic.
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In our previous post, we have discussed what subscription fatigue is and why this phenomenon is being mentioned in the media over and over again. Today, we will discuss the ways to deal with it and save your money. Surprisingly, you can do the latter by both unsubscribing and switching to more affordable plans.
The number of transactions and bills of a single person seems to grow higher and higher on a regular basis, and it often becomes problematic to try and manage everything on your own. This is what keep track of payments apps exist for, providing a transaction overview, an insight to your spending habits, and all kinds of other features – and this article is about 11 of the most popular ones.