Disney+ streaming service to launch November 12th for $6.99 per month

Disney has announced that their upcoming stand-alone streaming service, called Disney+, will be available on November 12th. It will cost $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year. The annual option essentially gives you 2 months for free when you pay for 10 months upfront. Read more ›

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Amazon rumored to join new digital media locker service with Disney, VUDU, Google Play, Apple iTunes, and others

Disney is rumored to be expanding their Disney Movies Anywhere digital locker service to include movies from other studios such as 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal Studios, and Warner Bros. The service, which is said to be called “Movies Anywhere” and live at moviesanywhere.com, is expected to support Amazon Video, VUDU, Google Play, and Apple iTunes. If it works like the existing Disney Movies Anywhere service, it would mean that buying a movie from a participating studio through any of the major digital stores will result in the movie becoming accessible through all other video services at no additional charge. Read more ›

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Disney brings direct-to-consumer subscription service to UK Fire TVs

Disney has just launched their new DisneyLife app and service on Amazon Fire TVs in the UK. The service allows UK residents to pay £4.99 per month for unlimited access to Disney movies and TV shows. The service also comes with live Disney Channel, Disney XD, and Disney Junior streaming on mobile devices, but unfortunately, live streaming is not supported in the Fire TV app. Oddly enough, the app is only available on Fire TV boxes and not on the Fire TV Stick. DisneyLife is not yet available in the US.

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Amazon joins Disney Movies Anywhere cloud service


Amazon has now linked up with Disney Movies Anywhere, the cloud-based digital movie service from Disney. This means that, if you connect your Amazon account with your Disney Movies Anywhere account, purchasing Disney movies on one video service will make the movie available on the other service for free. Launched earlier this year, Disney Movies Anywhere is Disney’s effort to unify the digital purchases of their content. Prior to today, they already work with Apple’s iTunes, Google’s Play, and Walmart’s Vudu service. Today they’ve added not only Amazon, but also Microsoft. Purchasing a Disney movie, which includes Marvel movies like The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, from any of these services will unlock the movie across all platforms and apps.

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