Disney+ is shaping up to be more than a contender to Netflix, with Disney’s bevy of shows and movies, it was only a matter of time before the House Of Mouse had a dedicated platform besides the Disney Channel. And now, we finally know what devices will support this new streaming platform.
As we’ve covered before, Disney+ does have some exclusive shows that you don’t want to miss out, from whole seasons of classic TV shows like The Simpsons and Malcolm In The Middle, to new additions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe like WandaVision and The Falcon And The Winter Soldier. The Disney+ app will feature dedicated sections for the company’s dedicated brands, stream select content in 4K HDR, and even support offline downloads.
In terms of devices that will support Disney+ includes the media streaming players like the Apple TV, Android TV, Google’s Chromecast, as well as the Roku TV and Roku streaming players for countries that support Roku. Besides that, you can also access it through the usual iPhone and iPad, and Android mobile devices, desktop web browsers, and the PS4 and Xbox One. No word on the Nintendo Switch is getting support just yet.
Disney+ will launch in the US, Canada, and the Netherlands on November 12th, with Australia and New Zealand getting access on November 19th. The rest of the world will get access to the platform in the following months, including us here in Malaysia. Hopefully, we’ll get it before 2019 closes out.