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How to get Disney Plus on a Now TV box

The Disney Plus app has just landed on Now TV devices – which is something of a relief for customers, who have been getting impatient for its arrival.

To find it you just need to head to the App Store on your gadget and scroll until you see that familiar Disney logo. Once there, punch in your log-in details and bam, you can binge watch all of the Marvel films you want in one weekend.

You’ll still need to fork out for a Disney Plus subscription to access the service, but this isn’t too steep at just £5.99 a month or £59 for the year.

Related: How to get Disney Plus on Sky Q

Now TV customers were rightly miffed earlier this year, when it was revealed that they wouldn’t have access to the Disney Plus app from the get-go.

Sky, which owns and operates Now TV, was quick to put out an announcement in March confirming that it would be available for Sky Q customers from launch date. But the company was vague on when Now TV customers would be treated to the app, stating that it would arrive “in the coming months.”

Luckily, the wait is now over, and any Now customers who fancy signing up to Disney can do so and watch Pixar, Star Wars and The Simpsons to their heart’s content. You’re also not restricted to watching on your telly, as both iOS and Android apps are available for the streaming service.

Anyone with new-ish TVs from LG, Sony, Philips and Samsung should also be able to get the Disney app, along with owners of the Amazon Fire TV range.

And if you’re still stuck on where you can watch Disney Plus content, you can try streaming through your PS4, Xbox, or your plain old computer browser.

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