Ir al contenido

Disney+ is Now Available on Google Play with Free Trial, But Only For Those in Netherlands

Jason Gurwin

At last month’s D23 Expo, Disney answered many of the outstanding questions about their upcoming Disney+ streaming service. While we knew it would 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, outside of a select few at Disney, customers have yet to get their hands on the streaming app. Today, Disney+ released an early version of the app to Android customers in the Netherlands, according to the team at Droid Life. Since, the test has been expanded to PS4, Xbox, and iOS devices including iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. For those who install the app, Dutch subscribers will enjoy free access to the service until the official launch on November 12th.

In the mean time, for U.S. customers, last month we got a sneak peak of the Disney+ App. You can take a full look at our video walkthrough of the Disney+ App, which shows the entire user experience on Apple TV.