Disney today announced it’s broadening the variety of devices that can access its Disney Movies Anywhere service for viewing digital copies of Disney movies online and through various apps. Among the new additions, the company is making its motion pictures available through the Amazon Video apps for users in the US.
In addition to the Amazon Video apps, which is readily available for different smart TVs, set top boxes, and mobile phones including iPhone and iPad, the Disney Film Anywhere material is now accessible through the brand-new Disney Film Anywhere apps on Xbox 360 and Amazon Fire devices. To access the content through Amazon Video, you’ll initially have to validate your Amazon account in your Disney Movies Anywhere account settings.
While the Disney Anywhere material is currently readily available through iTunes on the Apple TELEVISION, Disney is planning to bring a devoted app to competing platforms, Roku and Android TELEVISION on September 15th. No word on Apple TV, but with Apple preparing the intro a new design tomorrow, it’s possible the device might get the very same treatment in the near future.
The Amazon Video app is offered for iPhone and iPad on the App Store. For a restricted time, Disney is handing out a totally free copy of Pixar’s Monsters, Inc movie to those that connect a new iTunes, Amazon Video, VUDU, Microsoft Movies & & TV or Google Play
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