On which devices to watch Star Plus? TVs, iOS, Android, consoles and apps

The Disney streaming platform is available from August 31, with applications to download on different operating systems

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It is the new streaming platform that comes to complement, although it can be hired independently from Disney Plus. With all the strength of Disney behind it, Star Plus was conceived as a proposal designed for a more adult audience, bringing together original material created especially for Latin America, plus new series and films, other classics such as “24”, “The Walking Dead”, “This is Us” or “Homeland”, the unmissable 32 seasons of The Simpsons and live sports on ESPN. On which devices to watch Star Plus and all its contents?

The applications to watch Star Plus are available from the dawn of August 31, on a number of platforms and varied devices, from computers, Android and iOS smartphones, Smart TVs, video game consoles and video players such as Apple TV, Google Chromecast or Fire TV


On which devices to watch Star Plus and its contents?

COMPUTERS (via browsers / browsers)

Computers with MacOS, Windows OS or Chrome OS, using the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari browsers.

MOBILE PHONES AND TABLETS (via app download)

iOS Phones and Tablets : iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
Amazon: Fire Tablets

SMART TVs (with free app download)

Android devices TV
Samsung (Tizen)


Amazon FireTV
Apple TV (4th generation onwards)
PlayStation ((PS4 and PS5)
VIZIO (Smartcast)
Xbox (Xbox One and Xbox One Series X)

The corresponding applications can be downloaded from the stores of each platform / operating system.



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    Written by Sapna Verma

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