Disney+ entered the market in 2019 and immediately made a strong claim for the leading position among the on-demand video streaming services. Apart from ensuring excellent footage quality and a vast content selection, the platform secured support for many popular streaming devices. Here’s an overview of supported devices for watching Disney+.
Which devices work with Disney+?
Disney+ has a fairly extensive list of supported devices, including:
- Web browsers. Disney+ is available on Chrome, Firefox, and Edge for PCs or laptops and Chrome, Firefox, and Safari for Macs. An app is available in the Microsoft and Apple app store, respectively. You can also access Disney+ on Chromebooks.
- Tablets and mobile devices. You can enjoy the platform on Android smartphones and tablets, iPhones and iPads, as well as Amazon Fire tablets and Windows 10 & 11 tablets.
- Smart TVs. The platform is available on Apple TV (4th gen and up), Amazon Fire TV, NOW, Sky, Virgin Media O2, Roku devices, Chromecast, LG WebOS, Samsung smart TVs, as well as Panasonic and Hisense devices. You can access it across all smart TVs that use the Android operating system.
- Gaming consoles. Disney+ is available on PlayStations 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and NVIDIA Shield. To get 4K and HDR quality, though, you’ll need a PS5, Xbox One X/S, Xbox Series X/S or a NVIDIA Shield. Unfortunately, Disney+ is not available on Nintendo Switch consoles.
Enjoy Disney+ on the device of your choice
With enough device support to accommodate almost every household, you’ll be able to watch all of your favorite Disney+ titles comfortably.
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