Unless you were hiding under a rock yesterday, you know that the Disney+ streaming service finally launched. Here is a quick breakdown of what it is and how to use it.

Some people I have seen on Facebook are all for it, others are avoiding it, and the rest don't seem to know exactly what it is. For this of you that don't know, here is a quick breakdown.

Currently, there are two different packages being offered. The first one is simply Disney+ on its own. For $6.99 per month, you get an insane amount of things to watch. From old school Disney shows and movies to the latest installments in Marvel and Star Wars along with Pixar and National Geographic programming. The second bundle is Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu for $12.99 per month. If you ask me, that is a hell of a deal.

I have also seen rumors of Verizon customers getting a one-year, free subscription to Disney+. I cannot confirm that as I have a different phone provider that doesn't have that deal, so I'm just going to sit here and be bitter about it.

The other question I hear a lot is where and how to stream the new service. Disney+ can be streamed on four devices at once with a download to watch later option. Here are the devices it is available on:

  • TV
    • Amazon Fire TV
    • Android TV
    • AppleTV
    • Chromecast
    • LG TVs
    • Roku
    • Samsung
  • Computers
    • Chrome OS
    • MacOS
    • Windows PC
  • Mobile & Tablet
    • Amazon Fire Tablets
    • Android Phones & Tablets
    • iPhone and iPad
  • Game Consoles
    • PS4
    • Xbox One

For more detail, click here. 

Source: Disney+