Allow users to manage In-App Subscription in SwiftUI

In iOS 15, we finally got a way for users to manage their subscriptions right within the app.

⋅ 1 min read ⋅ SwiftUI In-App Purchase iOS 15

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In iOS 15, SwiftUI got a new modifier, manageSubscriptionsSheet(isPresented:), which provides a way for users to manage In-App subscription within the app.

manageSubscriptionsSheet will present a built-in subscription page within the app.

  • Users can see their current subscription plan
  • Users can change their subscription plan
  • Or cancel the subscription directly
Subscription page.
Subscription page.

How to let users manage In-App Subscription in SwiftUI

We can present a manage subscription sheet the same way we present an alert or sheet. That's is bind it to a boolean value.

struct ContentView: View {
// 1
@State private var isPresentedManageSubscription = false

var body: some View {
NavigationView {
List {
Button("Manage Subscription") {
// 2
isPresentedManageSubscription = true
// 3
.manageSubscriptionsSheet(isPresented: $isPresentedManageSubscription)

1 We create a new boolean to control the presentation of the manage subscription sheet.
3 We bind the isPresentedManageSubscription to the .manageSubscriptionsSheet modifier.
2 We present the sheet by set isPresentedManageSubscription to true.

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I am glad we finally got a way to present this to users.

Allowing users to manage their subscriptions right within an app means fewer customer support tickets you will get.

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