Disney+ brings back childhood memories

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Swimming with your favorite “little mermaid.” Discovering your destiny on “Treasure Planet.” Flying high in the sky with “Peter Pan.” All your childhood favorites have come back in a simpler and easier way than paying between $6-$20 to rent Disney movies for a couple nights. Disney has recently released its new streaming service, Disney+.
Disney+ is a streaming service where one can watch classic Disney movies and TV shows. It also has exclusive movies and TV shows like “Noelle,” a Christmas movie starring Anna Kendrick, “Lady and the Tramp,” a live action-CGI remake of the classic Disney animated film, and “The Mandalorian,” a live-action TV series based in the Star Wars universe.
Disney+ has Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic categories. According to Android Authority, Disney+ has also received the rights to 21st Century Fox movies and TV shows like “Planet of the Apes,” “Aliens” and “Predator.” With Disney+, anyone can find something they’d like to watch.
Disney+ is only $6.99 a month, but there is a bundle package with Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month. For Verizon users, you can get a full year of Disney+ for free.
Luckily, Disney+ works on multiple devices like IOS devices, Apple TVs, Amazon Fire TVs, Samsung smart TVs, Xbox One game consoles and other devices. This gives almost everyone easy access.
Disney+ can have four devices streaming at the same time. The streaming service allows up to 10 mobile devices to download movies.
However, many users have complained about some glitches and bugs that have occurred on the site. According to Gizmodo, when a user searched for a movie or TV show, a message would pull up and say, “Sorry something went wrong. Please try again later.” Many users had to relaunch the app after it repeatedly crashed.
These bugs are expected since it just launched. Once Disney figures out the glitches, nothing will stop this streaming service.
Go binge-watch your favorite Disney movies on Disney+ and be transported to Disney heaven.