Disney+ had a rocky start when it first launched in the US on November 12, but the new streaming service has gone live to extraordinary consumer demand which is building by the day.

Just a day after its launch, the platform had gained over 10 million subscribers, with the app being downloaded over 3.2 million times.

Despite its technical glitches, the platform is going from strength to strength. In fact, new statistics reveal that around a million new subscribers a day are signing up for the service.

Apptopia has revealed that after a few weeks of live service, the Disney+ app has been downloaded 15.5 million times – with $5 million gained via in-app purchases in just under a fortnight.

It was also disclosed that high demand is present for the $12.99 a month bundle, which combines Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN+.

Disney+ is currently available in the US, Australia, New Zealand and Puerto Rico. There is content from Disney, Pixar, National Geographic, Star Wars and Marvel.

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