Amazon brings Disney+ to Fire TV devices and Fire tablets

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Amazon brings Disney+ to Fire TV devices and Fire tablets
Disney+ is going live in the United States on November 12 and the streaming service is supported by many platforms and products. Amazon Fire TV devices and Fire tablets were among those initially, but the US retailer reached an agreement with Disney to allow it to bring the service to these devices too.

So, starting November 12, Disney+ will be available on Fire TV devices and Fire tablets, assuming you pay the $7 monthly or $70 annual fee. You could also opt for a bundle deal that includes Disney+, ESPN, and Hulu (with ads) for only $13 per month. Also, a 7-day trial is available for those who want to try out Disney+.

With the addition of Fire TV devices and Fire tablets, Disney+ will be available on 13 platforms and products at launch: Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones, Android TV, Chromecast, desktop web browsers, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Roku streaming devices, and Roku TV.

Depending on what platform or device you're using you might have to download the Disney+ app from various digital stores. Make sure to do that once the service launches tomorrow if you want to watch Disney+ content.

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