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DisneyLife streaming service available now in UK

The DisneyLife streaming service which offers on-demand access to classic movies, TV shows, audiobooks and music is now available in the UK.

The £9.99 subscription platform announced last month offers a large selection of the company’s iconic family-friendly content for iOS and Android devices.

The likes of The Lion King, Enchanted, The Jungle Book, Alice in Wonderland and the Toy Story series are already available, with Disney promising to add more – including Frozen – in early 2016.

There’s also 2,000 episodes from TV box sets, 5,000 music tracks and 2,000 audio books from beloved franchises like Cars and Winnie the Pooh.

The service, which will also be available on Apple TV, allows six family members to create profiles. Streaming will also run on mobile data, while content can be downloaded for offline access if you’re travelling abroad.

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The UK launch represents the testbed for Disney and is the only place the service is currently available.

You can give it a spin now with a free month. Although you might be wiser to hang fire so you have it free for the entire Christmas holidays!

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