Netflix Stops Offering iTunes Billing for New or Rejoining Subscribers

Netflix is no longer letting new users use iTunes billing

Netflix will no longer offer in-app subscriptions on iOS devices

Since this used Apple's iTunes payment and subscriptions system, Apple took a 15% cut from every transaction.

Whether you are a new customer or returning customer, Netflix had officially discontinued the in-app subscription feature on the iOS version of the subscription streaming service. That is why Netflix Drops in-app Purchase Option for iOS Subscriptions.

According to Netflix spokesperson who told VentureBeat, the company "no longer support iTunes as a method of payment for new members" though existing active members are still allowed to do so.

iOS users can also now double-tap on either side of their screen to skip forward and backward between scenes. Existing members will be able to continue using that method to pay for their subscription if it is now active, though, but anyone signing up for a new subscription will be redirected. The latter policy was implemented in 2016 after numerous companies complained that Apple was taking too much.

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Netflix stopped letting users pay through Google's store back in May. With users now having to sign up directly to Netflix via their website, the firm gets to keep all of the subscription money.

The same thing had already happened with Google, as before this action Netflix had already removed Google Pay from their payment options.

While Netflix hasn't officially said why it made the change, it's likely due to the high cost of using Apple's in-app subscription program. Also, if you like our efforts, consider sharing this story with your friends, this will encourage us to bring more exciting updates for you.

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