Fix problems with subscriptions

Depending on your issue, try the following fixes.

Find missing subscriptions

If you can't find your subscriptions, check that you're signed in to the correct account.

Make sure to sign in to the Google Account that has your subscriptions. Learn how to add an account or switch accounts.
  • The email you used with the subscription app may be different than your Google Account.
  • Check your other email accounts and find the receipt of the subscription to locate where you added the subscription.
  • Check with your family members. You may have used a family member’s account to subscribe.

Issues with in-app subscription content

If you have issues with in-app content and want to give feedback or get help, you can contact the app's developer.

It’s best to contact an app developer to:

  • Get help to fix an issue with an app or game and its subscription.
  • Learn more about how to use an app or subscription.
  • Ask about an in-app subscription that wasn’t delivered.
  • Get help with username and password sign-in problems for specific apps.
Learn how to contact app developers.

Important information for PayTM users in India


In light of the Reserve Bank of India's press release on PayTM Payments bank Ltd, from March 15, 2024, Google Play users of PayTM e-wallets, debit cards, and net banking may experience disruptions in their Play purchase experience. Users are advised to update their existing subscriptions with a backup payment method to avoid interruptions. Learn how to manage your payment methods and the list of accepted forms of payment on Google Play in India.

Fix problems with charges if app is already uninstalled

If you’ve uninstalled the app, you still need to cancel the subscription, or you’ll continue to be charged.

  1. On your computer, go to subscriptions in Google Play.
  2. For the subscription you want to cancel, click Manage
  3. Click Cancel subscription.
  4. Within the confirmation pop-up, select a reason.
  5. Click Continue.

Learn how to request a refund.

Fix problems with paying for a subscription

If your payment method was lost, or stolen, or you got an email saying that your payment method was declined, try a different payment method. 

  1. On your computer, go to subscriptions on Google Play.
  2. Next to the subscription you want to update, click Manage.
  3. Next to the primary payment method, click Update.

Important: If your payment method is declined or has insufficient funds, your subscription may be cancelled. If this happens, set up your subscription again.

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