DisneyLife Review

Disney has launched it’s new digital service, DisneyLife, in the UK and we’ve been lucky enough to have the opportunity to review it. 

It’s a subscription service which costs just £9.99 a month. For that you get access to a big collection of movies, books, music and TV episodes, in one place. 

DisneyLife is available at www.DisneyLife.com, the App Store and Google Play. Families and fans can sign up now for a free one month trial. 

As big fans of Disney, both my twins and I were keen to see exactly what the app offered. Our twins love playing Disney games, so we think it’s great that we can add to their experience with movies available at the touch of a button.

DisneyLife draws on family-favourite stories and characters from almost a century of magical Disney storytelling. From classic animations like The Jungle Book to Disney Pixar classics including all of the Toy Story movies, and live action blockbusters such as all of the current, Pirates of the Caribbean films.

The app is very easy to use and I was impressed with the choice available. Split into categories such as Disney Classic Movies, Disney Princess Collection, Mickey Mouse Collection and more, it’s easy to find what you’re looking for. 

The DisneyLife app is very responsive and our twins (almost four years old) have pretty much mastered how to use it already. It’s colourful, simple and has everything any Disney fan could want in an app!

One of our favourite features is being able to find out more about our favourite characters. Take Rapunzel for example, by clicking on her and then on the ‘Fun Facts’ button we found out that Rapunzel’s hair is 70 feet in length and that her special skills include painting and swinging by her hair!

The new service also includes built-in-controls so that parents can set time limits on their children’s profile for weekday and weekend use.

Watching Frozen on the DisneyLife App

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13 thoughts on “DisneyLife Review

    1. This sounds like a really good app! Good to know you can let the kids investigate it on their own and all the content is safe. I can imagine kids (and big kids lol) everywhere loving this 🙂 Thanks for hosing the #binkylinky

  1. Oh this would go down a treat at the moment. My daughter is loving Disney films over anything. We are watching Aladdin, Jungle Book and Cinderella loads. Bet you girls feel so lucky 🙂 Thanks for sharing with #bestandworst and see you soon x

  2. Sounds like a great app but not sure I'd pay £9.99 a month when there's so many good free ones available. My 8 year old (nearly 9) is already growing out of Disney although the 5 year old still loves cars, monsters Inc etc. X

  3. I saw this advertised on TV the other day and thought it seemed like a great idea. Originally I thought the price might be a little high but actually it's kind of a bargain when you think how much all those DVDs would cost you… plus all the bonus features I'm sold! I didn't know your first month was free either so thats a bonus #binkylinky

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