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Good news for Nintendo Switch owners.
It appears that Disney’s recently announced Disney+ streaming service will be available on Nintendo’s handheld console.
The news comes from a presentation slide showing the new streaming service’ availability on consoles.
Will Disney plus be on the Nintendo switch?
Disney Plus is available on Android devices, Apple devices, Chromecast, PS4, Xbox One, Roku, in your web browser and on the Nintendo Switch (though that last one is still coming soon).
Can I download Disney plus on switch?
Although The Walt Disney Company did not plan to make Disney+ available on Nintendo Switch at launch, there is evidence that a Switch app is in the works. The fact that Disney+ would create apps for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One shows they are open to fully supporting console-based apps.
Can you watch TV on a switch?
The Hulu app allows you to watch the streaming service’s thousands of TV shows and movies either at home or on the go on your Switch. The Switch version of the Hulu app even supports Hulu with Live TV (starting at $39.99 per month), making it the only current option for watching live television on Nintendo’s console.
Can I get Disney plus on my Wii U?
Disney Plus apps are available for Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4 consoles, too. That includes Microsoft’s Xbox One, Sony’s PlayStation 4, and even Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS. Apps are available for a variety of smart TVs, cable boxes, and even Blu-ray players.
Will Netflix come to the switch?
Back when the Switch launched in 2017, Netflix on Switch seemed a sure thing – it was already available on the Wii, Wii U and 3DS, after all. Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aime said services from Netflix, Hulu and Amazon would “come in time”, but we’re now in 2019 and there’s still no sign of Netflix on Switch.
Will Netflix be on Nintendo switch?
You can’t watch Netflix on a Nintendo Switch, but you can stream content with YouTube, Hulu, and other supported apps. Until January 2019, you could watch Netflix on an original Nintendo Wii, but the service was discontinued that month — although you can still access Netflix via the Wii U console.