Disney provided a ton of new information about its new Disney+ streaming service during their 2019 Investor Day presentation. Along with announcing Disney+ will launch November 12, 2019, they also provided the first look at the interface for Disney+.
The interface will separate content into five primary buckets: Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.
In addition to the five primary buckets, users can also sort by Disney+ originals, movies, television shows and in several other ways that you’d expect from a streaming service. Users can create profiles for each member of the family so that only age-appropriate options are shown to each viewer.
The tablet and mobile interfaces are very similar to the TV interface, albeit with slight changes to create a smooth user experience for every device.
Disney+ content will be downloadable and can be accessed as long as you have an active subscription. That’s fantastic news for that next plane ride down to Walt Disney World.
The price will be $6.99 per month or $69.99 for an annual subscription. Disney also announced that a future bundle option is likely for Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu.