Disney+ is available on huge amount of different devices. Below is a comprehensive list of all the devices which allows you to stream Disney+.
Updated: January 2020
Android – Available across a huge collection of different android devices including smartphones and tablets. You’ll need to be on Android version 5.0 or higher to be able to download the app.
Apple TV – The Apple TV is you guessed it, developed by Apple, designed to fit in your living room. The Apple TV has thousands of apps to download, including Disney+. Keep in mind, you must purchase a 4th generation Apple TV to be able to install Disney+.
Chromecast – Developed by Google, a small streaming device that plugs in right to back of your TV. Chromecast offers many different apps, including Disney+. Side note: some TV’s come with Chromecast built-in which should also be compatible with the Disney+ app too.
Chromebook – Another Google product, a lightweight notebook where you can stream Disney+ via a web browser or download the Disney+ app.
Desktop Streaming –
• Chrome 75+ is supported on Windows 7 and later
• Edge is supported on Windows 10 and later
• Firefox 68+ is supported on Windows 7 and later
• Internet Explorer 11 is supported on Windows 8.1 and later
• Safari 11+ is supported on macOS 10.12 (Sierra) and later
• Chrome 75+ is supported on macOS 10.10 and later
• Firefox 68+ is supported on macOS 10.9 and later
Fire Tablets – Disney+ is available on all of Amazons Fire Tablets that run FireOS. Head over to the Amazon App Store to download Disney+.
Fire Sticks – Amazon’s Fire Stick comes in many different shapes and sizes, and they’re all capable to run Disney+. Just head over to the Amazon App Store to download.
iOS – Disney+ is available on all iOS devices which include iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Keep in mind you’ll need to be running at least iOS 11 to be able to download the Disney+. You can even subscribe directly on your iOS device.
Kindle – As Disney+ is available on FireOS, you shouldn’t have any issues downloading Disney+ on your Kindle e-reader.
LG Smart TV – Disney+ supports LG TVs from 2016 or later with WebOS 3.0 or later. LG TVs using the NetCast OS are not supported and use of the built-in web browser is not supported on any LG TV.
Now TV – Disney+ is available on Now TV sticks and boxes.
PlayStation 4 – Take a break from gaming and enjoy some Disney+! The app is available from the PlayStation store.
Roku – A small streaming device that plugs into the of your TV with a whole heap of apps including Disney+. Roku also comes built-in to many TV’s which are also compatible with Disney+.
Samsung TV – Disney+ supports Samsung TVs from 2016 or later (with HD video support) that use the Tizen operating system. You’ll need to head over to the App Store to download it.
Sony Smart TV – A select number of Sony Smart TV’s are able to download and steam Disney+. The included TV’s varies but typically, the newer, the better.
SkyQ – Disney+ will be available to stream directly on Sky. More information here.
Xbox One – Take a break from gaming and enjoy some Disney+! The Disney+ app can be downloaded via the Microsoft store on your Xbox One.
Which Devices Are Missing?
The most noticeable devices missing from this lineup is Nintendo products. Disney+ is supposedly coming to the Nintendo Switch, a hugely popular gaming device, but news has been few and far between.
We’ll update this list when new devices are capable of running Disney+.