There's an app for that

Americans have so many subscriptions they need apps to track and cancel them

“Corporations in America today make money when people aren’t paying attention,’’ said Thomas Smyth, whose Trim financial-management app, which cancels unwanted services, has grown to 500,000 subscribers since it launched in 2015. “We live in a subscription economy. If you’re paying for anything and it’s not a subscription today, it will be tomorrow.”

Bloomberg

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