Some solutions are much needed in the software industry. But they are always run by generic brand devices. Converting regular Smart TV into Android TV is one of that category. We can do that using third-party devices. But they are not supported by Google Play Store. It means, You may run some apps, But they may or may not work. But after Google introduced Chromecast with Android TV, Every popular app begins to release Android TV versions of their apps. Now Google TV with Chromecast got Paramount+ Android App. It is not like it takes months; They released this version of the app and the regular Android version release. So, every app developer now realized they have huge users on Android TV also.
The world is changing – technology is changing how we do many things, especially how we view/stream our favorite digital content. In 2020, HBO Max launched, and we also saw a full year of Disney+. It appears like the current world situation (the pandemic) is making ways for more exciting tech upgrades. Joining the list of rebranded streaming platforms is CBS All Access; the service is now rebranded as “Paramount+,” and now available on Chromecast with Google TV, Android TVs, and Android smartphones. This brings whole new flexibility to how you can stream CBS All Access programs.
From CBS All Access to Paramount+
The newly launched Paramount+ streaming platform replaces CBS All Access but offers the same content – now across devices. Interestingly, Paramount+ adds a large collection of new original content and integrates more features you’d love to see.
Notable programs such as BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, and the Smithsonian are still available with Paramount. New originals such as the latest Spongebob Squarepants prequel series, Star Trek: Discovery and Lower Decks, and Kamp Koral, are also available on Paramount+. In the coming months, a revamped
Frasier series would come to Paramount+. More so, the platform will provide users access to major films from the studio’s catalog; the films include Sonic the Hedgehog, Mission Impossible, Bill & Ted Face the Music, and more.
Paramount+ subscription starts at $6.99, and you’d likely see ads while streaming on the platform. If you have an active CBS All Access subscription, existing users can switch to this new platform at no cost.
Furthermore, there are other subscription plans you can choose – the higher tier, which costs $9.99/month, is a premium subscription plan that eliminates ads from showing while you stream on Paramount+.
Currently, there are 10,000 TV episodes available on Paramount+ – with more to come in the coming months. There are speculations that the subscription price may increase further – after a while. So, now seems the best time to get on the platform if you love the provided services.
How to Get Paramount+ in Google TV with Chromecast and Other Android Devices?
Paramount+ is available on Google Play Store for Android smartphone users; however, the Android app is only compatible with select devices for people living in specific regions. You can also get Paramount+ on your compatible Android TV (Nvidia Shield TV or a Sony panel). More so, if you have the new Chromecast with Google TV, you can access the Paramount+ service if you have an active subscription.
If you have an old Chromecast device, install the Android app (if your device is compatible) and cast it from your device to a bigger screen.
Paramount+ support for Google TV chromecast is useful for all Android TV versions. Because most of the apps may be suitable for other versions, every content creators realized they could get huge revenues in Stream services. So, They begin to start their platform, Instead of giving content to Netflix and Amazon prime. HBO Max released Wonder Woman in 4K HDR version on their platform. We now have so many streaming platforms and services that offer original content and endless streaming hours. You can choose between HBO Max, Paramount+, and a lot more. Now, from your point of view, do you think there are just too many streaming services? Which do you actually prefer?.
Selva Ganesh is the Chief Editor of this Blog. He is a Computer Science Engineer, An experienced Android Developer, Professional Blogger with 8+ years in the field. He completed courses about Google News Initiative. He runs Android Infotech which offers Problem Solving Articles around the globe.