Mount Paramount just got a little bit more interesting.
A couple of days ago, we reported that the $4.99 a month ad-supported version of Paramount+ had launched on the streaming service. Now that subscription is available to subscribe to through the App Store.
This means users can subscribe to the $4.99 a month subscription right through the Paramount+ app and get it through the App Store via in-app purchases. It is called the “Low Cost Plan.”
Once done, the purchase, since it is a subscription, would show up under the Subscriptions tab in your account profile in the App Store.
Paramount+ currently has TV shows like “Reno 911,” “Spongebob Squarepants,” as well as Paramount+ Originals like such as the new “Rugrats” reboot and the new “iCarly” reboot that is set to premiere next week on Thursday, June 17.
On top of that, it has thousands of movies to choose from like “Galaxy Quest,” “Failure to Launch” and 1968’s “Romeo & Juliet.”
The streaming service is available to subscribe to in its ad-free version for $9.99 a month on Apple TV Channels, which would put all of the Paramount+ content on the Apple TV app.
Of course, users can subscribe to the ad-free version through the Paramount+ app and through the in-app purchases in the App Store too.
Paramount+ is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV, Apple TV third generation (via Apple TV Channels) and Mac.