External device control is not new, but the ability to use it in a personal capacity is. In previous years, external device control was more commonly associated with army or other military control situations. Modern changes to device control include thermostat controls for the option to operate a PlayStation or television to myself own. These features are available for most phone; however, some are particular; such as the PlayStation operation. These are only available via Sony phone service, for example.
The services and phone features are changing the way people are interacting with their products. Many find their phone is connected to their person and they accomplish a great deal at the touch of a button. Unfortunately, this touch access also leaves many people connecting to services they may not need. An example of this may look like connecting to WIFI at a restaurant chain once, and thereby auto connecting every time after.
Another example is the registration for a product. Usually these are 10 to 30-day trials, that expire after we have long forgotten about the service. Or, they unexpectedly auto renew on an annual basis. What if there was a way, through all of these accessible options, to manage and control subscriptions, also at the touch of a hand?
TrackMySubs does just that. Allowing you to track apps and subscriptions at the touch of a button, making this app the go-to for tracking. This app will allow you to drag and drop new subscriptions into a grouped folder, placing all your similar renewals together and you decide how to organize and remind of the next payment.
It also will remind you when to cancel within that trial period, therefore avoiding having to track down and convince a company to let you break out of your new and usually unwanted membership. Sure, this app is another purchase and subscription renewal option, but it is the one that controls all the others. Helping to narrow down and focus on the important renewals that are desirable and removing the ones that are not, all while tracking from an external device.
While many people today are not using their phone for covert military operations, they are being used for many reasons. External devices like phones provide us constant access to emails or phone messages, but they are also responsible for instantaneous access to desired information. When using online data, algorithms are tracking our pattern word searches or voice algorithms, increasing our exposure to what computers think we desire now.
In times where we are enabled by instant gratification, and access to everything and anything is literally in the palm of our hands, we need help. This help will ensure we can control these trials and renewals, so we do not forget what we have and when it is due, ensuring we can manage what we really do want to see. TrackMySubs does that for you. Managing as many or as little subscriptions that you own, placing the control back in your fingertips.