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Opinion: The only thing I would change about Disney+

Today is the launch day of Disney+, Disney’s own personal streaming service. It is essentially considered “the vault” of current and old Disney movies and TV shows, as well as content from Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.

This morning, when I woke up, I did indeed sign up for the bundle for the service. This bundle comes with Disney+, ad-supported Hulu and ESPN+ for only $12.99 a month.

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After playing around with the service for a little bit, I did find that it does have some great offerings for people of all ages and that there should be something for everyone on there.

With that said, I have only been able to find one flaw with it, which is that I wish that the Disney+ bundle could be purchased through the App Store via in-app purchases. It has been the way I have been able to subscribe to ad-free Hulu over the last year and is something that just makes managing my subscriptions a lot easier.

However, this does not seem to be the route that Disney wants to take with Disney+. You can subscribe to just Disney+ without the bundle through the App Store for $6.99 a month or pay $69.99 for an entire year.

Other than that, it looks as though this is going to be a great service for Disney and consumers. We do plan on doing a full review of Disney+ when the time comes, so stick around for that.

Do you like Disney+ so far? Let us know in the comments below!

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