Best answer: Disney Plus (Disney+) works on everything from Android to iOS devices, Apple TV to Android TV, Xbox One to Playstation 4, Roku to Chromecast, and a desktop browser to Amazon Fire TVs. There are even select Samsung and LG smart TVs with an app built right into them that can let you watch Disney+.
The magic is now
All of the waiting for Disney to launch their all-encompassing streaming service Disney+ is over. Now that it's live we have a place to go to so we can relive the magic that is classic Disney with films from decades past, to the magnificence that is the newest films from Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, and more. While absolutely everything from Disney isn't quite on the service, yet there are hundreds of movies and televisions shows that are. By the end of 2019, the goal is to have at least 500 movies and 7,500 episodes of TV available to stream through Disney+.
Can you see it?
Disney has made the service available on nearly every major device platform out there. With Disney apps made available for gaming consoles like the Xbox One series as well as the Playstation 4, in addition to Apple TV and Roku streaming devices, Disney+ easily accessible to a wide swath of folks. Disney also has an app for smartphones on both Android and iOS available, and they even include Chromecast support, so another easy way to get your shows onto your TV. Here's the complete list of devices is currently supporting:
Mobile Devices and Tablets
- Android phone and tablet
- Apple iPhone and iPad
- Android TV Devices (NVIDIA Shield, Mii Box, Sony smart TVs, and more)
- LG WebOS Smart TVs
- Roku TV
- Samsung Tizen Smart TVs
Set-top Boxes and Game Consoles
- Apple TV (4th Generation and later)
- Sony PlayStation 4
- Xbox One
Other Streaming Devices
- Amazon FireTV
- Apple AirPlay
- Desktop web browser
Disney also plans to offer original movies and television series that will be specific to Disney+ like The Mandalorian, She-Hulk, Lizzie McGuire, Hawkeye, and many more. Of course, Disney will still have plenty of Mickey and Goofy, Woody and Buzz, and all the other classics. Don't forget; they also have shows from Marvel, Star Wars, 20th Century Fox, and National Geographic to offer as well.
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