App and service subscriptions online are very easy to sign up for, and while some may be extremely important to the way you live your life, it can often be super helpful to have a reminder of just which subscriptions you have at any given time. You know, to just ensure you’re not paying for things you don’t need or duplicating subscriptions across multiple services.

Keeping track of subscriptions is no fun, but the Bobby iOS app might just go some way to fixing that particular problem.

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Users can enter recurring subscriptions for Netflix, Evernote, Dropbox, iCloud and other popular services as well as enter their own if one isn’t immediately available. What the app does is very simple, indeed, but also very important if you have a lot of subscriptions to keep track of.

When all of your subscriptions have been entered, Bobby can let you know when a bill is due, as well as setting reminders to ensure nothing gets missed. Bobby will also tell you exactly how much you are spending each and every month across your range of subscriptions. If, like us, you have a considerable array of online subscriptions spread across all manner of providers, then Bobby may not just tell you when to pay your bill, but also give you a better idea of just how much money you are currently spending on subscriptions, both monthly and yearly.

That last number will likely be both surprising and terrifying, so be warned before you have a look!

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Remember, if you don’t use the service anymore, it’s a pretty safe bet you can cancel the subscription, unless, of course, it’s saving data that you might need back in the future! Be sure before Bobby has you cancelling all those file transfer and backup service you had forgotten all about!

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The app can be downloaded for free from the App Store right now.

(Download: Bobby for iPhone on the App Store)

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