Now you can buy iOS apps and Apple content in Malaysian Ringgit

Posted:  December 8, 2016   By:    7 comments   


With immediate effect, you can now buy your iOS games, apps, music and movies on iTunes in Malaysian Ringgit instead of US Dollars. This is applicable across iTunes, App Store and Apple Music in Malaysia.


To mark the occasion, Apple is having a Treat Yourself promotion from now until 22 December 2016. The Malaysian-developed Super StreamPuff (Originally US$2.99) and Tiny Guardians (Originally US$3.99) games are now going for only RM3.90. Other game titles such as Monument Valley (Originally US$3.99) and Wizard Wagons (Originally US$4.99) can be yours for RM7.90 each.


HD Movies on iTunes are also sold in Malaysian Ringgit and they are offering selected titles at RM29.90. This include Deadpool, Independence Day: Resurgence, Kung Fu Panda 3, The Martian and Batman vs Superman. It costs RM12.90 to rent but only if the option is available.

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, the subscription fees are much cheaper in our local currency. An individual subscription costs RM14.90 (Originally US$3.99) while a Family account is at RM22.90 (Originally US$5.99). These are quite similar to Spotify‘s local offering. Now you don’t need to worry about our fluctuating currency exchange rates. If you haven’t tried it yet, it is free for the first 3 months.

Similarly, extra iCloud storage is also priced in RM. The full pricing are as follows:
50GB – RM3.90/month (Originally US$0.99)
200GB – RM11.90/month (Originally US$2.99)
1TB – RM39.90/month (Originally US$9.99)
2TB – RM79.90/month (Originally US$19.99)

For more info, head over to the Treat Yourself section on the AppStore.

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7 Comments for Now you can buy iOS apps and Apple content in Malaysian Ringgit


Wonderful news, especially the RM14.90 price for Apple Music 😀


Thank Apple for not charging USD1 as RM4.50


thanks apple .. now i can slightly afford to buy all music and movie content


Admin always bash apple. Always nothing but bad news.


    I agree with u they have many times in the past. But I don’t see how they are bashing in this article.


They made the prices very cheap. 99 cents USD games are 99 cents MYR


Some in-app purchases are RM4.90, like the Hipstamatic app.