Since arriving in Europe this spring, Disney + has become one of the most successful streaming platforms Of the market. The company’s streaming service expanded its catalog of content and reached more devices, such as Google’s smart screens a few weeks ago, so we could control its playback using Google Assistant.
Although if you want to be able to control playback on Disney + using Google Assistant, you must link these two services. By pairing them together, you can use the Google Assistant on Android or other devices, such as Nest speakers, to open and control content on the streaming platform.
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Pair Disney + with the Google Assistant
This process is very simple, which we can follow on Android. By associating Disney + with Google Assistant, it will be you can control content playback on the streaming platform using the wizard. Plus, it’s something you’ll be able to do from all types of devices, such as your phone, Google Nest speakers, Chromecast, or Android TV. To have these two services linked, the steps to follow are:
- Open the Google Assistant on your phone.
- Click on the Explore icon (the compass at the bottom right).
- Tap your profile picture.
- Go to settings (the new wizard settings).
- Look for the Videos & Photos option.
- Enter this section.
- Click on Link in the Disney + option.
- In the window that opens, click on Link account.
- Go to your Disney + account and sign in.
- Click on Confirm.
Thanks to this link, it will already be possible to use Google Assistant to control playback on the streaming platform, by being able to ask the assistant to start playing a specific series or movie. We can also ask you to go forward, backward, stop playing or put captions, among many other options. Simply through voice commands, we can have full control. A good way to use the streaming platform, now that it continues to establish itself in Europe.
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