Disney’s much-awaited streaming service, Disney+ has gone live in the U.S live in November starting in the U.S, Canada and Netherlands.
Disney+ will grow to be a threat to giant streaming services like Apple TV+ and Netflix which is a home to nearly 160 million subscribers.
The service offers a bunch of content including Disney classic cartoons and animation, Marvel movies, Pixar movies, Star Wars movies, National Geographic documentaries – and exclusively streams The Simpsons (seasons 1–30).
Viewers will are also spoilt with Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame which are both streaming exclusively on Disney+.
And what sets them apart from the rest of the streaming services is their affordable $6.99 per month fee. Viewers can also opt for a bundle with other streaming offerings, ESPN+ and Hulu priced at $12.99 per month fee.
The service allows seven user profiles per account, with the ability to stream on four devices concurrently and unlimited downloads for offline viewing. Content is able to be streamed in resolutions up to 4K Ultra HD.
It is not yet clear when the service will go live in South Africa, but UK, France, Spain, Italy, Germany and Ireland will get the service in March 2020.
Disney+ is available for streaming using web browsers on PCs, Apple iOS devices and Apple TV, Android mobile devices and Android TV, Amazon devices such as Fire TV and Fire HD, Chromecast, Chromebook, Samsung smart TVs, LG smart TVs, Roku devices, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows 10.