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Disney has signed a deal with Amazon and Microsoft to offer its films digitally through the respective streaming services.

It means viewers in the US can watch films from Disney Movies Anywhere through Amazon Prime Instant Video and Microsoft Video.

There's no word on whether the carriage deal will be extended to the UK at some point.

As well as viewing through the Disney Movies Anywhere app for Amazon's Fire tablets, Fire TV and Fire TV Stick streaming devices, US customers can watch Disney films through the Amazon Video app and online at Amazon.com.

Microsoft customers can watch through the Microsoft Movies and TV service on Windows and Xbox devices, and online through the Movies & TV section of the Microsoft Store.

The Disney Movies Anywhere app will also come to Roku and Android TV customers from September 15th. It's already available through iTunes and Google Play.

Disney Movies Anywhere offers films from all over the Disney stable, including 'Avengers: Age of Ultron', 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and 'Frozen'.

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