With the upcoming introduction of Disney+ you won’t have to worry about the littles not-so-pleasant reaction to their fave films leaving the streaming service. Why? According to recent reports, the new streaming service will allow you to download titles for free, save them and watch them offline.
Disney+ launches Nov. 12. Even though the service will include a mega-load of Disney picks, including franchise favorites such as Star Wars, The Avengers and Frozen, some movies may come and go. While this could leave kiddos craving more, it doesn’t have to.
Cnet recently reported on Disney’s download decision, citing CEO Bob Iger, in statements made during Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit. “But by and large, almost all of it is there.” Iger continued, “And if you’re a subscriber, you can download it and put it on a device, and it will stay on the device as long as you continue to subscribe.”
So how will Disney+’s downloadable content work? Iger added, “If you wanted to download 10 classic Disney films that may not have all been available at once before, you can do that, basically fill all of your hard drive on one of your devices, and you or your child can watch wherever they are.”
Disney+ is available for $6.99 per month starting on Nov. 12.
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