Disney has revealed the long list of devices that its Disney+ streaming service will support when the platform launches in November. All of the expected devices will be supported, including Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, and more, as well as some gaming consoles and mobile devices. One big streaming television platform is noticeably absent, however, without any details about when it’ll be supported.
Disney+ is the company’s upcoming streaming service that’ll offer Disney’s vast movie and TV catalog, including upcoming original shows and more. The service will only cost $6.99 per month with the option to purchase a full year’s subscription at $69.99 USD.
As well, the company recently announced that users will be able to get a bundle that features Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu for $12.99 per month, undercutting Netflix while offering a greater variety of content, notably the sports streaming options. Subscribers in Canada will pay $8.99 per month and $89.99 per year, while those in Europe will pay €6.99 per month and €69.99 per year.
You’ll be able to stream Disney+ on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the Roku streaming devices and TVs, iOS and iPad OS, Apple TV, Android mobile and TV, Chromecast, and desktop browsers. Amazon’s Fire TV isn’t included in the list of supported devices and it’s unclear whether Disney plans to extend support to the platform in the future.
Customers will be able to sign up for Disney+ from multiple platforms, making the entire process as simple and widely available as possible. Disney told The Verge that it doesn’t have any announcements at this time about making Disney+ available on Amazon Prime Channels and Apple TV Channels.