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Technology Disney Plus will start streaming at midnight PT (but possibly even earlier)

17:00  11 november  2019
17:00  11 november  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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Disney had at least two online countdown clocks ticking down to different hours recently, but the company said Sunday that Disney Plus is supposed to officially launch at 12:01 a.m. PT Tuesday. The service is launching in the US and Canada at that time. In the Netherlands, where Disney has been

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Disney Plus is set to launch Tuesday, and die-hard Star Wars fans are counting down the minutes until they can start streaming The Mandalorian, the streaming service's big-budget spinoff taking place in a galaxy far, far away. But when exactly is the time to count down to?

a silhouette of a man: The original shows planned for Disney Plus include a big-budget Star Wars spinoff series, The Mandalorian. François Duhamel/Lucasfilm/Disney Plus© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. The original shows planned for Disney Plus include a big-budget Star Wars spinoff series, The Mandalorian. François Duhamel/Lucasfilm/Disney Plus

Disney had at least two online countdown clocks ticking down to different hours recently, but the company said Sunday that Disney Plus is supposed to officially launch at 12:01 a.m. PT Tuesday. The service is launching in the US, Canada and the Netherlands at that time, ahead of a Nov. 19 launch in Australia and New Zealand. (Much of Western Europe is getting the service March 31, with a wider international rollout to follow.)

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Disney Plus and its big-budget Star Wars series The Mandalorian officially launch Tuesday. That's why you'd think Disney would make all The Mandalorian's episodes available when its streaming service launches in some parts of Europe on March 24th, but that apparently won't be the case.

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However, people who start checking for the Disney app before 12:01 a.m. PT may see it pop up sooner because of quirks in different app stores.

Disney Plus' app is launching across a bunch of different platforms, such as Roku, Apple's iOS and Apple TV, Google's Android and many others. Each platform has its different practices for rolling out new apps -- for example, some platforms plant a new app early in multiple servers across wide areas so that the program can spread out, or propagate, more quickly. Others don't. As a result, some platforms may start showing the Disney Plus app earlier than others

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Evangeline Lilly walks the red carpet at Marvel's premiere of Ant-Man and The Wasp.

Your best bet to hear early word of where people are seeing the app appear may be Reddit. Both Disney Plus and The Mandalorian have subreddits, and the larger Disney subreddit has a Disney Plus launch megathread.

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  When exactly does Disney+ go live? You may have purchased your heavily discounted three-year Disney+ subscription weeks ago, and you may be waiting for that November 12th release date to arrive. But when will you actually be able to stream Disney shows come launch day? Disney hasn’t offered a specific time so far, but Marvel’s got your back. All we knew was that the service would be available in three markets on November 12th, with two more to follow a week later. That’s all Disney announced about the streaming service’s launch.However, Marvel quietly listed a countdown timer (via ComicBook) over on its website that tells you when Disney+ goes live.

When Disney ’s streaming site launches in the US in November this year, fans will be “It wouldn’t be in the best interest of our shareholders to bring it back, even though there would be some Disney Plus will launch in the US on 12 November and is set to change the streaming landscape with the

Feel free to discuss it, post clips, screenshots, or even where to get it. I have Roku and I signed up for D+ but I can't find the app yet and I read somewhere the D+ apps will not be available for your Roku until the day it starts on the 12th. Will Disney + launch at midnight on the 12th?

In addition to streaming on the web at disneyplus.com, Disney Plus should appear in app and channel stores for:

  • Roku's boxes, sticks and TVs
  • Apple TV, iPhone and iPad
  • Phones and TVs running on Android operating systems, as well as Chromecast streamers
  • Xbox One
  • PlayStation 4
  • Amazon Fire TV devices

Disney Plus, the company's $7-a-month streaming service, is perhaps the most high-profile example of traditional Hollywood reorienting to compete in streaming video against the likes of Netflix, Amazon and Apple. With tech giants pouring money into their own TV shows and movies and luring consumers away from traditional pay TV, Disney is aiming to pull all its content off other services and consolidate it with original programs on its own service.

Disney+ makes it easier to pick up shows where you left off .
Disney+ had a bumpy start, with many users reporting frequent crashes and even difficulty logging into their accounts. One of the company's first moves to address the issues was to remove certain features, with one of those being the "continue watching" list. Disney has now added the list back to its platform, allowing viewers to pick up a movie or show where they left off. Most streaming services have a "continue watching" menu section, so itMost streaming services have a "continue watching" menu section, so it was odd to see its absence from Disney+. While it wasn't quite at the top of the list of users' complaints, it will be nice to quickly jump back into a movie or show without digging through menus.

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