If you are looking for a way to install and watch Paramount Plus on an Xbox we have the perfect article.
Xbox has been a great console ever since its release back in 2001 with the original Xbox console, then the Xbox 360, and in 2013 the Xbox one following by the current Xbox series X and series S.
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This article will work with any Xbox from the Xbox One upwards, you will not be able to put Paramount Plus on a first-generation Xbox and the Xbox 360.
A Quick Overview Of Paramount Plus
Paramount is one of the heavy hitters when it comes to networks and all the great channels and video-on-demand they offer.
Paramount+ is owned by ViaComCBS which was formally ViaCom before the CBS network merged to provide even more content.
Paramount Plus Subscription Packages
Paramount Plus offers 2 different pricing options one being called Essentials which costs either $4.99 per month or $49.99 for a year subscription.
Paramount+ also offers a premium plan which costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 for the year subscription plan.
The premium subscription offers you a more ad-free experience when watching movies and tv channels on their service.
How To Install Paramount Plus On A Xbox
We will be covering 3 different methods of watching Paramount Plus on your Xbox whether you are using an Xbox One, Xbox Series S, or an Xbox Series X.
Install Paramount Plus/Xbox From The Microsoft Store
- On the Xbox home screen go to Store.
- Now search for “Paramount Plus”.
- Choose Get to download the app.
- Once the app has been downloaded and installed choose Open.
- Now enter your Paramount Plus login details to access Paramount+.
After you have completed the above steps you will be able to watch and stream Paramount Plus on your Xbox console.
How To Screen Mirror Paramount Plus To Your Xbox
If you own an Android smartphone or Android tablet then it’s quite straightforward to screen mirror the Paramount Plus application to your Xbox console.
- Make sure you have the Paramount Plus (Paramount+) app installed on your Android device.
- Then open the Paramount+ app on your smartphone or tablet.
- On your Android Smartphone pull the top of the screen down to access the Androids control center.
- Now click on the cast icon on your smartphone and it will search for devices on the same Wifi network.
- You will see your Xbox appear so make sure you choose this.
- Your android device will now be able to stream anything it’s playing from your Smartphone to your Xbox console.
Please note: You may also use other screen mirroring or screencast apps such as AllCast and others to also watch and stream content to your Xbox console.
Streaming Paramount Plus To A Xbox Using An iPhone
If you own an apple device such as an iPhone, iPad, or MacBook you won’t be able to natively stream Paramount Plus to your Xbox as the casting technology called Airplay does not work with Xbox or any other games console.
What you will need to do if you own an apple device, is download the Xbox App from the Apple iOS app store which will now give you an easy way to watch Paramount+ on your Xbox using screen mirroring.
Once you have the Xbox App installed on your Apple device you can easily connect to the Xbox console and stream many different apps such as Paramount+ from your iOS device.
Please note: The Xbox App will also work with Android devices as well such as Android Smartphones, Tablets, and even Amazon-based tablets such as the Fire HD tablets for the Paramount Plus/Xbox.
You can find the Xbox App for Amazon devices here
Downloading and watching Paramount Plus on an Xbox is a super convenient way to watch all the great content Paramount+ offers all from your Xbox console without needing any extra devices to do so.
We recommend not only installing the app on your Xbox but also giving the Xbox App a go and seeing all the different features it has to offer when it comes to connecting your other devices to your Xbox console.