ICYMI: Disney Plus is now available in the Philippines

If you ever wanted to watch the greedy mouse owns, it’s now more convenient. However, it lacks HDR10 and Dolby Vision the US version have

Disney+ on Google Play

Two days ago, the evil monopoly Disney has brought its streaming service to the Philippines. For those who want to watch all their favourite Disney (and Fox) TV shows and movies legally, you can now do so here.

As this version lacks the HDR10 and Dolby Vision enhancement the US version has, the quality here may be lower. This is not noticeable to many consumers, but it will be if you start doing a side-by-side comparison. So phones and televisions with these technologies cannot be utilized yet. We’re hoping Disney brings this experience here. However when that happens, expect a price hike.

Here are the following plans that are currently available in Disney+

Monthly: Php 159Monthly: Php 369
Annually: Php 1,150Annually: Php 2,950
Watch all Disney titles (if available)Watch all Disney titles (if available)
Download and Watch Offline (selected content only)Download and Watch offline (selected content only)
Maximum number of profiles: 7Maximum number of profiles: 7
Simultaneous screening: 1 screenSimultaneous screening: 4 screens
Maximum Video Quality: 720p (HD)Maximum Video Quality: 2160p (4K UHD)
Cross Platform Capability: Phones and tabletsCross Platform Capability: Phones, tablets, TVs, and laptops/desktops

In addition to Disney literally owning everything and monopolizing the entire film industry, you can also watch Asian shows via Star, which also Disney also owns. Those bastards.

Alipay and GCash have partnered with Disney in order to bring its customers exclusive packages and bundles for Disney+. Please visit GCash’s website for more information regarding these packages.

Disney+ is available across Android and iOS devices as well as Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Apple TV 4K, Samsung and LG Smart TVs, and Android TV.

Netflix has some tough competition now that most of its Disney titles have been pulled out thanks to this. Remember cable TV? That’s gone now, it’s all about streaming!

Source: Disney