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Disney’s new streaming service Disney+ is now live in New Zealand. And while being able to take content with you on your smartphone or tablet is great, nothing beats sinking into your favourite spot on the couch and chilling out to a great movie or TV show.
Disney+ works with Google’s Chromecast, so you can easily send content from your small screen to the big screen.
Here’s how to set up Chromecast with Disney+:
If you haven’t already, you’ll need to install and configure Chromecast to your TV. Although Chromecast is a Google product, it works with virtually any device.
Once all that is done, you’ll be ready to start streaming.
Connect to Disney+ on your preferred mobile device. If you haven’t already installed and set up the app, go to your preferred app store, download the app and set it up.
With your Chromecast device connected and running on your TV you can enjoy your content with full sound and a big screen.
Image source: Disney+ website
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