Sony Smart TVs are among the most powerful–not to mention, pricey–TVs on the market. Most models on the market offer unparalleled picture and display, which makes movies, shows, and live events practically jump off the screen. But without excellent content, all that power is squandered. Enter Disney Plus: the latest streaming service in town, complete with classic films and must-watch originals.
Here’s everything you need to know about streaming Disney+ on Sony Smart TVs.
Is my Sony Smart TV compatible with Disney+?
If your Sony Smart TV is powered by Android, the answer is yes. If not, it’s a definite maybe. If your Sony Smart TV isn’t an Android, consult your TV manual for workarounds.
How to watch Disney Plus on Sony Smart TVs
Because Amazon Fire TV Editions are “smart,” streaming Disney+ is easy as pie. Here’s how.
- Join Disney+. It only takes a second. Plans start at $6.99 a month for instant access, or you can bundle it with ESPN+ and Hulu for $12.99 a month.
- Access the App store on your Sony Smart TV.
- Use the search button and enter “Disney Plus.”
- Select the application and hit “Install.”
- Once the app is finished installing, open the app.
- Log in using your Disney+ credentials.
Disney Plus supported Smart TVs
Here are the models that will support Disney+ via the free app. Vizio is a big brand missing from compatibility at launch, but the company is working on a fix that will release in 2020.
- Samsung Models from 2016 or later with Tizen OS
- LG Models from 2016 or later with Web OS 3.0 or later
- Android TV Models from 2016 or later including Sharp AQUOS and Sony Bravia
- Roku TV
- Amazon Fire TV Edition
Daily Dot Disney Plus Guides
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Disney Plus Genre Guides
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