Enthusiastic about Disney +? If you have a smartphone, tablet, Roku, Chromecast or other popular streaming device, you are just a few taps away from the huge Disney content library.
Disney + arrives on November 12 and whether you Set the Mandalorian on fire or relive your youth with The Great Muppet Caper and other classics, you can stream the huge library from different devices.
Disney + supports four simultaneous streams at the same time, so children can watch on their tablets while mom and dad watch TV. It also allows you to download unlimited on up to 1
Which devices are compatible with Disney +?
When Disney announced launch dates for Disney + in August, the first list of compatible devices included the usual suspects:
- Apple (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple TV, as well as full integration with the Apple TV app; customers) can subscribe to Disney + via in-app purchase)
- Google (Android phones, Android TV devices, Google Chromecast and Chromecast built-in devices)
- Microsoft (Xbox One)
- Sony / Sony Interactive Entertainment (all Android-based Sony TV & PlayStation 4)
- Roku (Roku streaming players and Roku TV models)
What About Amazon Fire TV?
A notable omission on that list was Amazon's line-up of Fire TV devices.
Last month, the Wall Street Journal reported that Amazon and Disney were fighting for Amazon & # 39; s request to have control over " a significant percentage of ad space on Disney apps." As the Journal notes, Amazon initially allowed content creators to appear on Fire TV devices without having to declare advertising revenue, but " Amazon recently tightened its proposed terms in discussions with certain programmers. "
The two companies have since worked things out. Last week they announced that the Disney + app would be available on Fire TV sticks, Fire TV edition Smart TV & # 39; s and compatible Fire Tablets from November 12.
"Fire TV and Fire Tablet customers can sign up for a seven-day free trial directly on their Amazon device from November 12, after which they will be charged $ 6.99 per month," said Amazon in the announcement . "If a customer has registered for another Disney + device, they can easily log in to their account."
Get Disney +
Go to the Disney + website, where you can sign up for the service for $ 6.99 a month or $ 69.99 a year. There is also a bundle of $ 12.99 per month from Disney +, ESPN + and ad-supported version of Hulu.
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