How do I cancel my Hily subscription?

If you would like to cancel your subscription, please, navigate to your Google play market account, choose Hily and cancel your subscription.

How do I cancel the subscription?

How to cancel subscriptions on an Android
  1. Open the Google Play Store app and tap your profile icon in the top-right corner.
  2. In the Google menu that opens, tap Payments & subscriptions. …
  3. Tap Subscriptions, then find and select the membership that you want to cancel.
  4. Once its settings page opens, tap Cancel subscription.

How much is a Hily subscription?

Price | How Much Does Hily Cost?
Membership TypePrice
Weekly$7.99 weekly
Monthly$29.99 monthly
Lifetime$199.99 one-time

Do you have to pay for the Hily app?

What is it? Hily is a free-to-use dating app for young and open-minded singles that uses learning-based algorithms to help increase the probability of matches.

Where is cancel Subscriptions in settings?

At the top right, tap the profile icon. Subscriptions. Select the subscription you want to cancel. Tap Cancel subscription.

How do I find my Subscriptions?

Find your purchases, reservations & subscriptions
  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open your device’s Settings app Google. Manage your Google Account.
  2. At the top, tap Payments & subscriptions.
  3. Tap Manage purchases, Manage subscriptions, or Manage reservations.
  4. To see more details, select an item.

Is Hily app safe?

Hily Dating App CONS

Hily may have precautions in place against very inappropriate messages, but it can feel like a waste of time to field message invites from people you aren’t interested in connecting with. Cancelling your Hily Elixir subscription is not super straightforward.

What does Hily stand for?

Hily is an online dating application that employs machine learning to match prospective partners. Named as an acronym for “Hey, I Like You“, the app is designed to recommend potential matches by analyzing users’ backgrounds, interests, and app activity.

Does Hily have fake profiles?

The idea was created after the dating app conducted a survey with 1,000 of its users about what they find most annoying when online dating. 53% of respondents believe a profile is fake if it only one picture. However, Hily’s moderation team revealed that 17% verified users only only one image on their profile.