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Don't worry, Disney+ will be on Amazon Fire TV devices at launch

[2019.11.08, Fri 01:05] Disney's new streaming service will be available on all Amazon devices, including Amazon Fire TV boxes, Amazon Fire tablets, and Fire TV Edition smart TVs, when it launches on November 12, 2019, according to a press release. Earlier, Disney had confirmed that the Disney+ app would come to Roku, Chromecast, and Apple TV boxes, iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 game consoles. The Amazon family of streaming devices, which make up around 29% of all streaming hardware in American homes, wasn't listed, with reports claiming that Disney and Amazon were fighting over ad revenue. Not only is Disney+ headed to Amazon devices on launch day, but it'll support Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, and its programming will appear in the general Amazon Fire search results. Disney+ is a new streaming service from Disney, which owns 21st Century Fox's former properties, Marvel Entertainment, Lucasfilm, National Geographic, Pixar, and more. Disney+ isn't the only big streaming service launching in the next year. Existing services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon's own Amazon Prime Video continue to thrive, offering consumers deep and varied libraries that mix legacy content with original series and feature films.
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