November 4, 2022
Disney Plus access devices

Disney+ will Stream through Apps for iOS, Android, Apple TV, and Xbox One

Disney will make its coming Disney+ streaming service available on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Xbox One in the US and four other countries…

The upcoming debut of Disney+ on November 12th has established streaming providers uneasy enough.

The media conglomerate will offer Disney+, Hulu (ad-supported), and ESPN+ together for just $12.99 per month. Or, consumers can pay $6.99 per month or $69.99 for a full year.

Disney Plus Access Devices will Include iOS, Apple TV, Android, and Xbox One

More details about how subscribers will be able to access the streaming service have emerged. When announced, Disney only said Disney+ would come to “your favorite” smart televisions, mobile devices, laptops, and gaming consoles. 

Now, in addition to those generic descriptions, Disney+ will stream on iOS, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, and Xbox One. These, along with Roku and the Sony Playstation 4.

Disney+ will also be available in Canada, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand. Disney will make Disney Plus available in Canada and the Netherlands for $8.99CAD per month or $89.99CAD per year.

Likewise, it will debut in Australia on November 19th for $8.99AUD per month, $89.99AUD per year. Meanwhile it will stream in New Zealand for $9.99NZD per month, $99.99NZD per year.

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