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Disney's streaming service has launched in the UK.

Called DisneyLife, it costs £9.99 a month, and offers customers a large selection of Disney films, TV shows, audiobooks and music.

It's available now for iOS and Android devices, and Apple TV. There's no word on whether it will come to other TV boxes like Roku and Sky, and if so, when.

At the moment, the selection includes classics like 'The Lion King', 'Enchanted', 'The Jungle Book', 'Alice in Wonderland' and the 'Toy Story' franchise. Disney says it will add more, including the iconic 'Frozen', next year.

Can't face another Disney film? The service offers 2,000 episodes from TV box sets, 5,000 music tracks and 2,000 audiobooks from franchises like 'Cars' and 'Winnie the Pooh'.

Up to six family members can create profiles, and you can stream content over Wi-Fi or mobile data. You can also download it for offline access – handy if you're travelling abroad or somewhere with poor reception and no Wi-Fi.

Disney is offering the first month free as part of a trial.

The UK is the first place to get DisneyLife. Disney previously said it would roll out to other European countries soon after.

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