We've made some changes to our service since this post was published and we no longer offer Neverstop. Head here to read all about our new plan, Pulse.

In our app-centric age, you can accept or reject romantic advances with the swipe of a thumb. We’re bringing the same ease of picking your next date to picking your new data plan—now you can easily switch between Neverstop and Refuel right from the Karma apps.

In case you didn’t hear, last week we announced our first-ever subscription option. With this week's app updates, existing customers can officially switch over from Refuel (our trusty pay-as-you-go option) to Neverstop. We’ve seen the first wave of Karma Go owners actually start using Neverstop, which is so exciting for us, and we can’t wait to get your feedback on your experience. Keep in mind that the only way to sign up for Neverstop is through the app. You can also use it to cancel your Neverstop account at any time and switch back to Refuel if you'd like.

In what we think is a pretty cool update to our Android app, you can now restart or turn your Karma Go off remotely. Left home in a rush and forgot to turn it off? Don’t worry about battery drain; you can switch it off right from your Android device wherever you are (as long as you have some kind of internet connection). Don’t feel like digging into the bottomless depths of your bag to find your Karma Go? Yup, the app even has you covered for laziness (this is a no-judgment zone). We expect to release this feature for iOS, too, in our next update.

We also recently added the ability to share your referral code from the app, update your billing info, and view your payment info from your mobile device. At this point, the Karma apps are almost as robust as our web dashboard. That’s been a goal of ours from the start, and it’s great to see it becoming a reality.

What other features would you like to see us implement in our apps? Fill us in with your feedback in the comments.

You can download the iOS app here and the Android app here.

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