in this case it should not be in list ownedSubscriptions…
It would really help if you provided a screenshot of your relevant blocks, so we can see what you are trying to do, and where the problem may be.
To get an image of your blocks, right click in the Blocks Editor and select “Download Blocks as Image”. You might want to use an image editor to crop etc. if required. Then post it here in the community.
Better you can go through with this guide first, and check up whether you have designed blocks as suggested by the guide. And try to find the mistake where you did it. If not post your relevant method to point out your mistake as said by @Taifun
But how can Listview can get expired purchases if the list is empty ? Probelem is the list is not empty, It gets exact same subscription ID to the list, which was expired.
Even if I put listview in “if the list is not empty”, it still get that expired subscription and sets premium to true.
Subscription is not working for me. I use the purchase of products, and I save the date of purchase. year and month. Then I check if the time of the purchased purchase has expired, if it has expired, I ask to buy again.
you do not have to do that… Google already takes care of it…
usually (not in all countries) Google renews subscriptions automatically
PS: I’m not sure, if there still is a bug in the subscription part of the Kodular billing component… let me recommend to use the billing extension App Inventor Extensions: Billing | Pura Vida Apps… note: there are also other billing extensions around…
Signatures are still in error in Kodular. Then I use product purchase and check the date, if expired I ask to buy again. In fact, many users do not like subscription subscriptions because they renew automatically and sometimes it is difficult to cancel.