Disney Plus App: How To Stream On Consoles, TVs, And More

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You're probably well-aware Disney+ exists, as it's the most-anticipated streaming service to date. Now that it has arrived, you can binge-watch some of your favorite movies and TV shows now from Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, Nat Geo, and of course, Disney. Who doesn't want to spend a day watching every episode of Gargoyles? However, how do you actually watch the new service?

As for how to watch Disney+, there is no official guide from Disney nor confirmation of what devices you can watch it on. According to the official site, "Disney+ will be accessible on a wide variety of devices, including PC, mobile phones and tablets, and a wide range of connected TV devices." You can watch through your web browser, but most devices have a dedicated Disney+ app to make the whole experience more pleasant.

The most popular streaming devices all have the Disney+ app available, and it's pretty easy to watch the new streaming service. It's the typical batch of apps and devices you already use for other services like Netflix, Hulu, and others. Just be prepared for launch day issues, as many users are reporting errors and other problems accessing the service.

How To Stream Disney+ (Apps And Platforms)

  • iOS devices (iPhone, iPad)
  • Android (Phones and Android TVs)
  • Web browsers
  • Apple TV
  • Fire TV
  • Roku
  • Chromecast
  • Xbox One
  • PlayStation 4
  • Samsung and LG Smart TVs

We'll keep you updated with any added devices or ways to watch Disney+ content. Keep in mind, that at this time, this is just for users in the US, Canada, and the Netherlands, as Disney+ launches in these countries first. Australia and New Zealand will be getting Disney+ on November 19, and the service will hit Europe in Spring 2020. Disney+ will cost $7 a month for the standalone service. However, you can bundle it with ESPN+ and the ad-supported version of Hulu for $13 a month. There are also discounts if you sign up for an annual subscription, essentially getting two months for free. There's also a free Disney Plus offer through Verizon.

Disney+ is available now.

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