Disney Plus knew how to get the right time to entertain and live up to our confinement. Indeed, among other things, that has been one of the reasons for its undoubted success.
If you are wondering Disney plus Compatible with your smart TV, we recommend you continue reading. Below we look at the supported models.
We tell you which manufacturers offer the app and, if possible, what models. You can also find it on Sky Q, but there are some problems.
Disney + on Samsung TV
If you have a Samsung TV from 2016 with HD video support via the Tizen operating system, you can get Disney +.
Please note that you cannot find Disney + on any Samsung smart TV with Orsay program or built-in web browser.
Samsung recommends updating the TV with software new and using high-speed internet connection.
Disney + on LG TV
If you have an LG TV, a 2016 or new model will be needed with WebOS 3.0 or higher. If so, go to the LG content store and download the Disney + app.
Please note that Disney + is not compatible with LG Netcast TVs or web browser app.
Disney + on Android TV
If you have an Android TV, chances are you can watch Disney +.
You can install the app from Google Store with the recommended version of Lollipop 5.0 or the latest operating system and high speed internet.
Android television is available from various television producers such as Sony, Sharp and Philips. It's also available in set-top boxes that use Android TV, including Nvidia Shield TV and Xiaomi Mi Box.
Disney + on Roku TV
You can easily find Disney + players and sticks to broadcast from Roku, but there are also smart TVs that work with Roku app. Just find it in the "Movie & TV" section of the Roku channel store.
The good news is that the app supports 4K Ultra HD and Dolby Atmos content at Disney and is available on "hundreds" of Roku TV models.
Producers include Element, Hisense, Hitachi. JVC, Philips, Sanyo and Sharp. If you're not sure if your TV is compatible, search Disney + Station Store.
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