Hiatus: Subscription Manager
By Hiatus LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Say hello to Hiatus - the free way to track subscriptions. Our award-winning app saves you money in 3 easy steps:
1. Instantly See Who's Auto-Charging You
2. Turn Off Any Unwanted Subscriptions
3. Get Better Rates with One-Tap Bill Negotiation
Our free, 24/7 bill monitor uses Smart Notifications to alert you of upcoming bills, giving you total control of where your money goes.
Stop wasting money on forgotten free trials and unwanted subscriptions. Start using Hiatus.
AUTO-SYNC your bills and subscriptions.
• Simply sign-in to your bank or card accounts through Hiatus
• Sit back and relax while Hiatus syncs up to your subscriptions and bills
MEASURE monthly billing and auto-pay expenses
• Hiatus monitors past bills and upcoming renewals
• Get alerted before companies charge you
MANAGE your auto-payments before you get charged
• Don't need a service? Use Hiatus to cancel auto-billing
BANK-LEVEL SECURITY to ensure privacy and protection
• Hiatus uses 256-bit SSL encryption to further protect any sensitive information
We believe that with the right tools you can easily reach your financial goals. Please contact us with any questions or feedback. Our Help Desk answers promptly at @HiatusApp on Twitter.
What's New in Version 2.4.0
• A beautifully-designed dashboard that finds your forgotten free trials and tracks your recurring payments
• Get better rates on your monthly bills
• Simple Sign Up: Start saving in less than a minute
• A free, revamped Cancellation Service that allows you to easily turn off unwanted subscriptions
A thinly veiled scam
You give them your card number and the authority to negotiate your bills down, and they take a 50% cut of your savings. Nothing to lose!
Wrong. I was charged $40 in error by Verizon shortly after signing up for Hiatus. I called Verizon myself and had the charges removed. A few days later I get a $20 charge from Hiatus. Contacted customer service to see why they charged me $20 for and they happily tell me that Verizon refunded me $40 in one time charges and it's like I received a free $20!
I explain, no...you didn't save me money, Verizon made an error and then corrected it after I called on it myself...so they called Verizon and confirmed that's what happened and then thanked me for being a customer.
This service is for people without the mental capacity and communication skills to manage their finances themselves, and I should have known. I feel like an idiot for believing this BS and now I'm out $20.
Terrible and buggy
Seems like a good app if you're able to actually sign up.
I tried the sign up process no less than 10 times because I really wanted to use this. I got an error message every time I tried to link my bank. I reached out to customer support and they never responded.
Million dollar idea with 10 cent execution and support.