Disney content now available for iflix users

Evrard Martin
Août 22, 2017

Iflix is launching a Channels feature that will house the Disney content.

According to a recent survey 36% of people in the USA between the ages of 18 to 29 would likely sign up to the new Disney streaming service when it arrives in 2019.

Another 42% said they pay too much for streaming even though 54% subscribe to only one or two services and 26% don't spend any money on those subscriptions.

Netflix remains the favorite streaming service, with 52% of all respondents and 67% of millennials subscribing to it. Amazon Prime video came in second with 26% of Americans and 28% of young people.

At the same time, 71% of respondents still subscribe to a cable or satellite service, but that figure drops to 50% among 18-to-29-year-olds.

Disney announced earlier this month that they were to remove their movies from Netflix and launch their own streaming site in 2019, starting in the States and then moving globally.

The new platform will be home to all of Disney's movies and will begin with the release of Toy Story 4 and Frozen 2.

In addition, 55% said they were willing to subscribe to a streaming service to watch a particular show, but expressed frustration with the proliferation of streaming services. "If there are truly complementary services, it would be logical to offer a lower price point to consumers to denote the "add-on" intention of Disney vs. a higher price point, would could signal a replacement option", wrote Nathanson.

In January 2018, iflix will add "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", "Captain America: Civil War", "Ant-Man", "Disney's The Jungle Book", "Zootopia", "Tangled", "Finding Dory", "Finding Nemo", "Inside Out", "Good Dinosaur" and "The Incredibles".

Fans of Star Wars and Marvel will have to wait and see if they'll also be included as part of the package.

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