You Can Now Use PayPal as a Payment Method in App Store, iTunes, and Apple Music

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 12 Jul 2017

Starting from today, Apple device owners would be able to use PayPal to pay for their purchases in the App Store, iBooks Store, Apple Music, and iTunes. For now, the feature is being rolled out to PayPal customers in Australia, Canada, Mexico, the Netherlands, and the U.K.

PayPal integration across Apple’s various stores will also be rolled out to other countries including the US soon.

You will be able to use PayPal as a payment method for your purchases across your iOS, PC, and Mac devices. This includes not your apps, books, and movies, but also using PayPal for paying for your Apple Music or iCloud subscription.

To select PayPal as a payment method, you will have to go to your Account Settings and select PayPal as the payment method. After the first transaction, all future purchases from any of Apple’s App Store will automatically be billed through PayPal unless one manually changes the payment method.

With PayPal integration, PayPal’s One Touch feature is also being made available for Apple users. This will allow Apple TV and Apple Watch users to pay for their purchases without having to sign in to their account again for every transaction.

[Via MacRumors, PayPal]