We love all things Disney – as you may have heard several times on my blog. But then, who can help but love Disney? With it’s magical productions from since I was a child, Disney has been wowing audiences the world over and keeping the magic going.
I am thrilled to be able to re-watch those lovely Disney movies with my children, those I had watched when I was younger and introduce them to characters that I love.
I have a number of favourite DVDs at home but recently, my being able to share with my children more of the magic was made possible by the introduction of Disney Life.
I was recently invited to trial Disney Life with the children and I replied without delay with a huge – ‘Yes Please!’
What is Disney Life?
It is a subscription service that allows you to watch movies, Kids TV box sets, music and access books through an App.
Key Features –
- Unlimited streaming in the UK (if via 3G/4G, data charges may apply).
- Enjoy your favourites on the move (Streaming within the UK or download in the UK before travelling).
- Create up to six profiles so each member of the family can personalise their experience.
- Add up to 10 compatible devices.
- Manage your kids’ time with built-in parental controls.
- Watch movies, TV shows and read books in up to five different languages – English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
- No in-app purchase costs once you have subscribed.
It looks good so how did we find it?
We Love It.
In fact, this opportunity came at the right time. We were invited to the screening of The Lion Guard: The Return of the Roar – a continuation to The Lion King series and to get us even more excited, we decided to watch all 3 films. Thanks to Disney Life, this was made possible and since I could stream it onto my telly from my phone, we watched in on our Smart TV.
I have created different profiles and each of the children got to choose their own favourites. We’d have liked to see a few more characters there but I’m sure that these will soon be available.
Having access to all the Disney content at our fingertips (literally) means that the children can keep reliving the magic.
It is perfect for on the go as we can download the films/music in advance if we like.
With Disney Life, I know that the children are safe and not watching content that is not meant for them.
If they are learning other languages too, it is perfect for them to practise their skills as you can access the books in 5 different languages.
I’m enjoying introducing them to The Jungle Book and others and when you look at the older movies, it’s amazing how animation has developed.
You can trial Disney Life for free for a month and after that there is a monthly charge of £9.99 Given the amount of entertainment you have at hand, it is good value for money.
Here’s what you get for your Disney Life subscription –
The perfect companion for family movie night, DisneyLife is home to more than 300 movies such as The Muppets, Mary Poppins, Alice in Wonderland and Enchanted; as well as DisneyŸPixar favourites including Toy Story and its two sequels, Wall-E, Monsters, Inc. and Cars. DisneyLife offers an unparalleled selection of Disney Classics – including The Lion King, The Jungle Book, Aladdin and Peter Pan. New titles will regularly come to DisneyLife, including the Academy Award®-winning hit movie Frozen, launching on the service in Spring 2016.
Turn the school run into the ultimate Disney sing-a-long and choose from over 5,000 tracks on DisneyLife. Bestselling soundtracks featured include Frozen, Lady and the Tramp,The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and High School Musical; as well as hit albums from Disney stars like Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, R5 and Hillary Duff.
Kids’ TV Box sets
Catch-up on your favourite Disney Channels TV box sets, with over 2,000 episodes available in one place: from Sofia the First, the story of an adventurous princess in training; toAustin and Ally, the story of two friends who become a musical tour de force; and global hit Jessie.
Enjoy Disney’s magical storytelling with over 100 enchanting stories at launch. Available as audio and ebooks, there is a built-in read-along function for younger children, staged reading for kids of different ages, and reading adventures for more experienced readers. Perfect for bedtime stories with mum and dad, the whole family can follow their favourite characters from Frozen, Winnie the Pooh, Monsters, Inc. and Cars on new adventures.
Every month, members get a free app to download from a curated selection of fun Disney apps via the App Store or Google Play. At launch, these include Cars 2 World Grand Prix Read and Race, an interactive story and thrilling race game through the streets of Tokyo, Japan and London with Lightning McQueen.
Disney Life is available at www.DisneyLife.com, the App Store and Google Play.
Would I recommend Disney Life? You betcha – it’s one of the bare necessities!
Disclaimer: I was given a 6 month complimentary subscription to trial Disney Life. All ideas and opinions are my own.