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How to Install Disney Plus on TCL TV [Roku and Android]

Watch all the Disney Network movies and TV titles at one place by installing the Disney Plus app.

Disney Plus or Disney+ is an exclusive on-demand service for your favorite movies and TV shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic. As TCL Smart TV runs on two different OS (Roku and Android TV), users are looking for ways to download Disney Plus on TCL TVs. If you’re one among them, here are steps to download this streaming app on both platforms.

Disney+

Before getting into the steps, make sure to sign up for the Disney Plus service. If you’re a new user, you can get a seven-day free trial to test out the features. The service costs $6.99/month or $69.99/year. By March 2021, the costs of Disney+ will be increased by $1 ($7.99/month).

Download Disney Plus on TCL Android TV

#1 Launch your TV and tap the Apps section.

Disney Plus on TCL Android TV

#2 Click Get more apps to open the play store.

#3 Type Disney Plus and search for the app.

#4 Choose the app from search results and tap the Install menu.

#5 The app will take few minutes to install.

#6 After installation, launch the app and sign-in with your Disney Plus login credentials.

#7 Now, you can stream all the Disney Plus directly on your Roku Android TV.

Download Disney Plus on TCL Roku TV

#1 Press the Home button on your remote. It will open up the Roku Channel Store.

TCL Roku TV

#2 Navigate to the Streaming Channels section.

#3 Select Search Channels and type Disney Plus or find the app by exploring the New & Notable section.

#4 On its info page, tap Add Channel.

#5 After installing the app, you can launch it from the home screen.

#6 Open the app and configure your details to watch the media content.

Regardless of the OS, installing Disney plus on TCL TV is very simple, and you shouldn’t experience any streaming problem unless you had an issue with the internet connection. Update your TCL TV and Disney Plus app (when available) to avoid getting any streaming errors.

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