Nearly two years after the launch of Disney+, Windows has finally got a new official Disney+ app.

Following the release of Microsoft’s Windows 11 today, a new Disney+ app is now available within the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 and 11 users.  The app has already been available for the Xbox One/Series video game consoles. Until now, you’d have to use Disney+ through a web browser, which didn’t offer as higher quality video or sound as a native app.

Disney+ has something for everyone and every mood, all in one place. With endless entertainment from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and Star, there’s always something exciting to watch. Watch the latest releases, Original series and movies, classic films, throwbacks and so much more.

Stream exclusive Originals like Loki, and fan favourites like The Simpsons, The Walking Dead and Frozen. With fresh stories added every week, there’s always something new to explore.

With Disney+, you get:

  • A premium experience
  • Exclusive Originals from the creators of Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and Star
  • Access to popular movies, throwbacks, and timeless classics
  • GroupWatch, a feature for remotely watching Disney+ with family or friends
  • Robust parental controls for family-friendly viewing
  • The capacity to watch on four screens at once, at no extra cost


Here are some screenshots from the new PC version:

The content available on Disney+ may vary by region. Some titles shown above may not be available in your country.


If you’re already a subscriber, you can just download the app from the Microsoft store and log in.

Will you be using the Disney+ app on your Windows PC?

Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Twitter: Facebook:

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  1. Dev October 8, 2021

    And it's limited to 720P resolution as if you are using chrome/firefox... 'Premium' I think would include 4K, HDR content etc.

  2. Dale Huhtala November 13, 2021

    Does it support streaming at more than 720p? The browser was capped at 720...from what I can see on the app, it does the same. Certainly no 4K support! So what's the good in having an app then?