Streaming: Disney + does not come initially for Amazon devices

Disney has released a list of compatible devices for its upcoming Disney + streaming service. This will run on Android and iOS devices, the Apple TV, Android TV, Google Chromecast, desktop browsers, the Playstation 4, Roku streaming devices, the Roku TV and the Xbox One. This reports among other things The Verge,

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Interestingly, Disney does not seem to be planning any Disney + app for Amazon devices like the Fire TV, the Fire TV Stick or the Fire tablets, at least for the time being. This may be related to the competition in which Disney is to Amazon, one of the two largest streaming companies. It is conceivable, of course, that Disney and Amazon will agree before the start of Disney +.

In addition, the first countries have been announced in which Disney + will be available. In the US, the streaming service is due to start on November 12, 2019 for $ 7 a month, or $ 70 a year; he should also be available in Canada and the Netherlands on the same day. In the Netherlands the monthly price should be 7 Euro as already known, the yearly price should be 70 Euro.

On November 19, 2019 Disney + should go online in Australia and New Zealand. Germany was not mentioned in the current communication; According to a previous report, the launch in this country is scheduled for March 2020. Scheduled content includes all seasons of the Simpsons as well as new material such as the Star Wars series The Mandalorian.