Disney+ streaming service has been launched and you can now enjoy it on your Android. The service is currently available in United States and Canada, and the application required for you to launch it is available for Android smartphones, tablets and TVs.
Disney Plus streaming service has been launched for the first time in Netherlands, and now it is available in the US and Canada as well. In order to celebrate the launch, Disney has released the first episode from The Mandalorian, a new series set in the Star Wars universe, which follows a bounty hunter's adventures across galaxies that are very far far away.
Disney+ contains all the movies and TV shows that they have created and released since the company's inception, so you will be able to enjoy Star Wars, all Marvel content, Pixar cartoons, and all the other titles produced by them. Please note that you can test the app as it comes with a 7-day trial period and see if you like it.
Currently the application is only available in the United States, Canada and the Netherlands. The service should go live in UK, France, Italy, Germany and Spain in March 2020. In order to enjoy all the content provided by Disney you can register for a monthly subscription that will cost $6.99. Also, if you opt to get a yearly subscription then you will pay $69.99. The app is supported on Android devices such as tablets, phones, and SmartTVs, Chromecast, PS4, Xbox One, Iphone, iPad, Apple TV, Google Chromebooks and Roku-powered devices.