Disney+ Reaches Astounding 22 Million App Downloads

Disney+ is continuing to be a massive success for the Walt Disney Company. Now thanks to new tracking reports it has been revealed that the streamer has earned 22 million app downloads.

The App-tracking firm Apptopia claims that Disney+ has an astonishing 9.5 million active mobile users daily, the streaming service currently ranks number 1 on both Apple and Google’s app stores. Apptopia does not include any tracking numbers from smart TVs, Roku boxes, Apple TV or desktop web browsers, or gaming consoles a spokesperson for Disney added that the app has had over 10 million sign-ups from — mobile devices, smart TVs, and desktop computers.

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Apptopia also added that Disney+ did have a momentary effect on Netflix’s traffic when the service launched November 12, however, the rival streaming service has resumed their normal volume.

As of now, Disney has declined to comment on this report. The company has already stated that they will not reveal any streaming numbers at their next quarterly meeting.

Disney+ is slowly building its library with existing IP from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, National Geographic, and the Fox division. Their original series including The Mandalorian, The Imagineering Story, Noelle, and Lady and the Tramp are proving to be a big success for the streamer. 2020 expects to introduce new originals including Lizzie McGuire, Diary of a Female President, Monsters At Work, Magic Camp, and the return of Clone Wars.

Disney+ projected year one numbers

Source: MarketWatch


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