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Here Is a First Look At The New Disney+ App

Disney+ is launching in early November and many are excited to get their hands on the new streaming service. Now thanks to Dave Zatz we have a good idea what the new app will look like. Dave Zatz has edited together all the video of the new Disney+ that Disney has shown off so far. You can find that video here:

Disney has started to beta test the new app but sadly none of the beta testers have posted videos or images yet. So, for now, we will have to go with what Disney has posted online.

So what do you think of the new Disney+ app? Leave us a comment and let us know if you like the layout.

Here are a few common questions we get about Disney+ that we wanted to answer:

When will it launch?

Disney+ will launch on November 12, 2019.

How much will it cost?

Disney+ will cost $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year. Or you can pay $12.99 a month for a bundle of Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+.

Will Disney+ Have 4K HDR Content?

Yes, Disney said some content on Disney+ will be in 4K HDR for customers with a supported device.

Will Disney+ have profiles?

Yes, Disney+ will offer profiles including profiles for kids that limit what content they can access.

Will Disney+ have ads?

Disney+ will be 100% ad-free.

What content will it include?

Disney is banking on the idea that cord cutters will want Disney content enough to wait for the launch and pay for the subscription when the time comes. The streaming service will “not necessarily be in the volume game but be in the quality game,” according to Iger.

Disney announced that Disney+ will have thousands of Disney Channel shows. (Likely older episodes from older Disney Channel shows.) A live action TV show and a cartoon TV show based in the world of Star Wars will be included. There will also be a live-action Lady and the Tramp, and a series based on High School Musical have been confirmed.

Disney+ will also include movies from Fox including The Sound of Music and Fox shows like Malcolm in the Middle.

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