One of the great advantages of Disney+ over competing streaming services is its affordability at just seven bucks per month. But come next spring, customers in the United States will be paying eight instead of seven bucks for their monthly subscription.
It might be safe to say that people like Disney+.
Disney Music Group today announced that fans of Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and its other properties can now enjoy themed collections of music, playlists and more on Apple Music.
Many Disney movies that are available to rent and purchase through the iTunes Store have been upgraded to 4K resolution and HDR color at no additional charge.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Disney+ was testing a party watch feature called GroupWatch. The test was limited, though, and availability only present in Canada.
While social distancing rules have started to wane in some areas, some folks may still not want to group up in person just yet. That's where watch parties come in.
If you are a Verizon Wireless customer and want to take full advantage of a new bundle option coming this week, you may need to make some changes to your plan if you aren't already a Mix & Match subscriber.
Disney's video streaming service Disney+ continues to see millions of subscribers, and the good news for the company is that those numbers continue to trend upwards.
According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), Apple's video-streaming service is "below average" in terms of both value and original programming.
Ever since Disney officially announced its streaming service Disney+, it's been considered the juggernaut service to beat. And it turns out that is indeed the case.
Back in October of last year, WarnerMedia and AT&T confirmed that its newest streaming service, the highly-anticipated HBO Max, would launch sometime in May of 2020. And now we know when, exactly, subscribers can start watching content.
NBCUniversal announced Peacock, its video streaming service, in September of last year. And in January we learned all of the launch details, like how it would go live for all potential customers in July. But if you're a Comcast customer you've got a bit of an exception.