FIRST LOOK: This is What Disney+ Looks Like on Android Phones & Tablets
Home Screen, App Tiles, Show Detail Page, Sidebar, Watch List, User Profiles, Avatars, Kids Mode
Disney+ will be released on November 12th for $6.99 a month, we have since learned that it will include 4K streaming, four simultaneous streamers, unlimited downloads on up to 10 devices, and up to 7 profiles with hundreds of avatars.
But until today, we had yet to see exactly what the service would look like on Android devices. Since Disney has begun testing the Android App in the Netherlands, we now have a better idea.
Much like on other devices — the App has the same featured carousel with one-tap access to the various sections in the app. The Disney+ App for Android, features tabs along the bottom to switch from Home, Search, Downloads, and Profiles.
On top of the Disney+ app, there is a carousel of featured content, with animated tiles for each of Disney’s properties below. Tapping on a tile takes you to an exclusive experience designed for that content, like Pixar or Marvel.
App Tiles & Individual Sections
When you’re in an individual section, you can see featured shows and movies, as well as personalized recommendations based on your watch history.
Show & Movie Page
When you select a show or movie, it will take you see more details about the film — like Captain Marvel. For now, it doesn’t look like their are auto-playing trailers. You can either add it to your Watch List or Start/Resume playing.
Just like if you bought a digital copy of a movie, you will be able to watch Extras around films.
User Profiles & Avatars
Each account will let you create up to 7 Profiles for the different members of your household. You can choose an avatar from some of your favorite Disney characters like Woody from Toy Story.
You will be able to have unlimited downloads of Disney+ shows and movies on up to 10 devices.
How Disney+ Looks on Android Phones
How Disney+ Looks on Android Tablets
How Disney+ Looks on Apple TV
You can take a full look at our video walkthrough of the Disney+ App, which shows the entire user experience on Apple TV.