Just days after its release, Disney Plus (+) has finally added one of the last pieces that were missing to its puzzle. Disney's new streaming service will be available on all Amazon devices, including Amazon Fire TV boxes, Amazon Fire tablets and Fire TV Edition smart TVs, when it launches on November 12, 2019.
Previously, Disney had confirmed that the Disney Plus application would reach Roku, Chromecast and Apple TV devices, as well as smart phones and iOS and Android tablets, and also on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 game consoles. However, the family of Amazon streaming devices, which account for about 30 percent of all hardware in US homes, were not listed, with reports claiming that Disney and Amazon cannot reach an agreement on advertising revenue.
But now it seems that the negotiation is resolved. Disney Plus will not only be available on Amazon devices on launch day, but also be compatible with Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, and its programming will appear in the overall Amazon Fire search results.
Disney Plus is a new Disney streaming service, which has an extensive library of new and old productions of 21st Century Fox, Marvel Entertainment, Lucasfilm (home of Star Wars), National Geographic, Pixar and more. At the launch, it will have more than 600 television programs and movies of all those brands, including older classic movies and original series, such as the new production of Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Subscription to Disney Plus costs $ 7 per month, which puts it below the competition, and a free one-week trial will be available the day of its launch.
If you are interested in learning more about it, we have prepared a complete guide about everything you should know about Disney Plus.