Streaming services are fast-growing now, and Disney doesn’t want to stay aside from such a promising niche. So the company launched Disney Plus – a streaming service that gets you to access to Disney, Marvel, Star Wars Universe, and Pixar content – both the legacy one and the new releases.

And Disney Plus is experiencing fast growth now, in 2021 it surpasses 100 million subscribers. In the beginning, Disney focused on the US market, but now it’s going live in new markets, as the number of subscriptions in the US slows down its growth.

Disney Plus has a lot of advantages, including low subscription price (just $8 per month), a lot of opportunities to subscribe to bundles (such as Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+ bundle for $14 per month), and a wide range of devices you can watch Disney Plus content on.

So in this article, I will provide the full list of devices Disney Plus is available on to help you understand whether your devices are supporting Disney Plus.

What devices Disney Plus is available for: The full list

There are lots of devices you can get Disney Plus on, including PC, Mac, mobile devices, Smart TVs, streaming devices, and gaming consoles. The full list of available devices (as of September 2021) is presented in the table below:

DeviceExplanation
Windows desktops, laptops, and tabletsDisney Plus is available via web browser – Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or any other browser
Mac desktops and laptopsDisney Plus is available via web browser – Safari or Google Chrome
Chrome OS computers and ChromebooksDisney Plus is available via the native Google Chrome browser
iPhonesRunning iOS 12.0 or later
iPadsRunning iPad OS 12.0 or later
Android phones or tabletsRunning Android 5.0 Lollipop or later
Amazon Fire TabletRunning FireOS 5.0 or later
Android TVsAndroid TV OS via the app in Google Play Market
LG Smart TVsRunning WebOS 3.0 or later (models of the 2016 year or later)
Samsung Smart TVsRunning Tizen OS 3.0 or later (models of the 2016 year or later)
Roku TVs and devicesRoku TVs made by Element, Hisense, Hitachi, JVC, Philips, Sanyo, and Sharp and Roku Express, Roku Express 4K+, Roku Streambar, Roku Streambar, Roku TVs, Roku Ultra, Roku Streaming Stick+, Roku 1, Roku 2
Amazon Fire TVRunning Fire OS
Apple TVApple TV 4th gen or later
PlayStation 4All editions, including PlayStation 4 Slim and PlayStation 4 Pro
PlayStation 5
XboxIncluding Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S
Apple AirPlay
Sky Q devices

As you see – the list of devices Disney Plus is available for is really embarrassing, you can watch Disney Plus on almost any device. However, on some devices Disney Plus is unavailable. Maybe the company will add support for these devices in the future.

What devices Disney Plus isn’t available for: What you should know

However, there are some devices Disney Plus isn’t available for. These include:

  • Mobile browsers
  • Some of old Roku devices (including Roku 2 HD models 3000X and 3050X, Roku 2 XS model 3100X, Roku HD model 2500X, Roku LT model 2400X and 2450X, and Roku Streaming Stick models 3400X and 3420X)
  • Nintendo gaming consoles (all of them)
  • Samsung Smart TVs running Orsay OS
  • Apple TV of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation
  • Computers with Linux OS
  • LG Smart TVs with Netcast OS
  • All browsers on Smart TVs, gaming consoler, and streaming devices (the video playback isn’t supported) All Nintendo consoles.

What’s the number of simultaneous streams for Disney Plus

Disney Plus supports up to 4 simultaneous streams. That means you can use one Disney Plus subscription for your household, for example, to watch Disney Plus content on your iPhone, PlayStation 4, LG Smart TV, and on a MacBook Air via Safari.

But if you’ll try to exceed that limit – you will get a notification that the stream’s limit is exceeded.

What you can do in this case? You can, if you have an extremely large household – download Disney Plus content to watch it offline. Disney Plus supports content downloading on up to 10 devices, so technically, you can watch up to 14 streams (4 online and 10 offline).

Also, the number of logins into one Disney Plus account isn’t limited – so you can sign in as many times, as you want.

What’s the price of Disney Plus subscription – different bundles options

The standard price is $8 a month, but you can bundle your Disney Plus subscription with some additional services, like Hulu or ESPN. You can read in more detail about Disney Plus cost in this article, but here’s what you should know about Disney Plus subscription prices:

Disney Plus subscription planPrice
Disney Plus (monthly subscription)$8/month
Disney Plus (annual subscription)$80/year
Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+ bundle$14/month
Disney Plus, Hulu (ad-free), and ESPN+ bundle$20/month
Disney Plus, Hulu + Live TV, and ESPN+ bundle$73/month
Disney Plus, Hulu (ad-free) + Live TV, and ESPN+ bundle$79/month

This article was written by Vladislav Sheridan and was reviewed by Anatoliy Sheridan, a Head of Content at Tab-tv, according to our Quality and Fact-Checking Policy.

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