With less than a month to the launching day of Disney+, it is important to know the various services that will support Disney+. The streaming platform has been announced to be launched on 12 November 2019. Supported devices are; Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku, PS4, iPad, Chromecast, Android, iPhone, Chromebooks, etc.
The streaming service will be launched in the United States, Netherlands, and Canada on the same day. Subscribers will definitely fall in love with Disney+ because its price is not that high compared to the price of other streaming platforms. Subscribers will be paying $6.99 per month or $69.96 per year.
Even at this price, subscribers will be open to thousands of movies and TV series from Disney films and TV shows. Subscribers will also enjoy movies and TV series from Hulu, and sports content from ESPN+. The coming of Disney+ will definitely threaten other big streaming platforms.
Disney + is an upcoming subscription video-on-demand service which is owned by the Walt Disney Direct to Consumer and International division of the Walt Disney Company. The company is bundling Disney + with ESPN + and Hulu. Disney + will be available on IOS devices and Apple TV, Android phones, Tv's Google Chromecast and Chromecast built-in devices, Roku sticks, TV's PS4 and Sony TV's, Xbox One.
The company appears to be steering clear of Amazon devices, such as the Fire TV. Folks will be able to subscribe to Disney + either directly or via in-app purchases. Disney announced the new streaming service would be coming to the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands on November 12th. It is set to go to Australia and New Zealand on November 19th.