Disney + will be officially released on November 12, but is now available free of charge to a limited group of users. The streaming service has started a trial period in the Netherlands and already gives indications of how it will work.
According to the The Verge, users who already experience Disney + can access it on iOS and Android devices, Apple TV and browsers. In all of them, the platform highlights content through sections like Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.
They bring together films, series and other productions that may interest the fans of each universe. The page of Star Wars, for example, offers all the films in the saga, as well as specials, series and animations in Lego format.
In its test, the platform offers several Marvel movie sequences, such as Iron Man, Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor. For a while, Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel are the only ones that are not available.
The service also has categories with successful films, classics, musicals and documentaries. One is for 4KHDR productions and has 17 titles, including Avengers: Infinity War, Ralph WiFi: Breaking the Internet and Aladdin.
Despite being aimed at the whole family, the service allows you to create a profile for children. It limits access to sections such as Mickey Mouse, Princesses and Disney Junior. As expected, the The Verge managed to create seven profiles with one account.
The site found a page that confirms the presence of 500 films and 7,500 episodes in the first year of Disney +. Some of them, however, may not be released worldwide due to licensing agreements.
The platform will allow downloads in your application for users to watch when they are not connected to the internet. In the United States, Disney + will cost $ 6.99 a month. The platform is expected to arrive in Brazil in 2020.