Tech & Science Disney Plus not on your smart TV? Use these streaming sticks instead

12:55  26 march  2020
12:55  26 march  2020 Source:   techradar.com

Watch: Marvel expands the MCU with the first trailer for its Disney+ shows

  Watch: Marvel expands the MCU with the first trailer for its Disney+ shows Watch: Marvel expands the MCU with the first trailer for its Disney+ showsGallery: 6 details you may have missed while watching the trailer for the new Marvel shows on Disney Plus (INSIDER)

Use these streaming sticks instead . By Henry St Leger 26 March 2020. But if you're stuck with a television that can't load up Disney Plus , a streaming stick can offer an easy and affordable way to get the streaming service on your television display.

Disney 's new streaming service doesn't work on some Vizio smart TVs , and you may Several Vizio smart - TV owners have said on Twitter that Disney Plus , Disney 's new streaming channel, is It also says that Apple users could use AirPlay 2 to watch Disney Plus , but that leaves anyone "While we don't have anything to announce at this time, VIZIO is constantly adding new apps to SmartCast Home.

a couple of people that are standing in front of a toy: null © Disney/Lucasfilm null

Disney Plus has now come to the UK and most of Europe, ending the months-long wait that UK viewers have had to sit through without their precious Star Wars movies, Marvel movies, classic Disney films, Pixar titles, and (of course) The Mandalorian.

But if you're stuck with a television that can't load up Disney Plus, a streaming stick can offer an easy and affordable way to get the streaming service on your television display.

Why wouldn't you be able to load up Disney Plus? Smart TVs made before 2016 generally aren't compatible with the app's code – while those of you still clinging onto ancient TVs (those without any smart features or online streaming capabilities) simply don't have the software needed.

Disney's Aladdin reboot is getting a sequel

  Disney's Aladdin reboot is getting a sequel With a whole new writing team.Stars Will Smith, Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott are all wanted back for the follow-up, but it's not known yet whether Guy Ritchie is returning as director (via Variety).

Smart Tv and Disney +. Jump to solution. All the other Apps within the Samsung Smart Tv work just fine except for the Disney Plus app. Could this be the case? If yes what do I do? If Disney + is installed on your TV you should be able to go to Apps > Settings > Select Disney + > Select Delete or Uninstall.

Will Disney + be able to stream on my 2015 Samsung smart tv in the future? As these items go obsolete (Samsung seems to be intentionally speeding this along) I will look to other Luckily I have a PS4 and was able to use it on that and I bought an Amazon Fire stick () for another of our TVs .

That's where streaming sticks come in. A streaming stick is usually highly affordable – often as cheap as $20 / £20 / AU$30 – and can be plugged into a TV's HDMI port to access heaps of streaming apps, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Disney Plus and (in the US) Hulu and HBO Now.

Gallery: The Best Movies, Documentaries And TV Shows On Disney+ (That You Probably Haven't Seen) (Esquire UK)

a person wearing a costume: The UK edition of Disney+ is finally here, and it's delivered every single one of the House of Mouse's best animations (and quietly discarded a few of the worst). All the Pixar favourites are in there too, alongside most of the Marvel blockbusters, the full Star Wars universe and early Simpsons classics. It's a truly impressive launch line-up.But beyond that, the quality drops somewhat. Unless you're interested in the whole of the Lizzie McGuire back catalogue, it'll take some time to separate the wheat from the chaff. That's why we searched high and low through the whole 8,000 title roster for some hidden gems from past and present.You can sign up to a free seven day trial of Disney+ online, and you can then take out a plan of £5.99/week or £59.99/year. Check out the Esquire editors' favourite Simpsons episodes on the service here.

What streaming stick should I buy?

a hand holding a remote control: (Image credit: Shutterstock) © Provided by TechRadar (Image credit: Shutterstock)

There are a number of different streaming stick models to consider.

First, there's Amazon's range of streaming sticks: the Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Stick 4K. These sleek streamers are still brilliantly cheap, with only a small price markup for the 4K HDR model, which enables you to stream in even higher quality – if you're using it on a 4K TV. (If you only have an HD TV, the regular Fire TV Stick will do you fine.) You'll get both Netflix and Amazon Prime, as well as Disney Plus on these streamers – with an excellent smart TV interface, and an Alexa remote for some limited voice commands – though you can find out more in our Amazon Fire TV Stick review.

There's also the Google Chromecast, which offers a huge number of streaming apps, and the ability to conveniently cast video content from your Android tablet or smartphone. Like the Fire TV Sticks, there's a budget HD option and more premium 4K HDR streamer (Chromecast Ultra). You won't get Amazon Prime Video, though Disney Plus is very much available on the device.

Roku streaming devices also boast a brilliantly simple OS and Disney Plus support, whether you're using the budget Roku Express (HD only) or Roku Streaming Stick+ (4K HDR).

Disney Plus commits to reducing streaming quality in Europe, delays launch in France .
Following others like Netflix and Amazon in bitrate reductionThe streaming service, which was supposed to launch on March 24th, will instead reportedly launch the week of April 7th, according to Disney. That’s two weeks after it was initially set, and two weeks after other European markets will get the streaming service. Disney has not said if people in other countries set to receive Disney Plus, including the UK, will face delays.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 0
This is interesting!