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Spotlight: Magic Meets Music in the Play Disney Parks App – Now Available on Android Devices

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

From the music of Main Street, U.S.A at Disneyland park to the soundtrack of Future World at Epcot, Disney Parks are filled with amazing music and magical experiences. Since its debut last June, the Play Disney Parks app has been featuring these terrific songs in Disney Parks playlists, specially curated by Disney, within the Apple Music®* app for your enjoyment whether you’re at home, on your way or in the middle of your visit.

Today we’re excited to share that these playlists in the Play Disney Parks app are now available on AndroidTM devices! Simply download the Apple Music app through Google Play to enjoy! Did you know that new users can sign up for a free three-month trial? And Apple Music subscribers can add their favorite Disney playlists to their library today!

With more than 35 unique playlists available, the Play Disney Parks library features songs that celebrate the history and heritage of Disney Parks, and there’s something for everyone! Fans of “Happily Ever After” can find music from the show in this playlist at Magic Kingdom Park, while at Pixar Pier at Disney California Adventure park guests can find tracks from fan favorite Pixar films. Of course, these are just a few examples – download the Play Disney Parks app from the App Store or Google Play today to explore all of the featured Disney Parks playlists through Apple Music!

Play Disney Parks app

Have you streamed any of these exciting playlists? Tell us if you have a favorite!

Available for iPhone® and smartphones for Android™.

Message, data and roaming rates may apply. Availability subject to handset limitations, and features may vary by handset, service provider or otherwise. Coverage and app stores not available everywhere. Music streaming feature requires an Apple Music subscription. Separate Apple Music terms and conditions apply. Subscription plan renews automatically after trial. If you’re under 18, get your parents’ permission first. Some features require separate theme park admission.

Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and Apple Music are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google LLC.

Comments

  • Already subscribed to GPM, Amazon, Pandora and Sirius, each with more uses than Apple. You folks can find a way to put these song lists on more than one platform. It’s not hard.

  • Please consider making these playlists available on other music services. As an Android user I have no desire to sign up for Apple Music. I already pay for a subscription to Google Play Music. Please show more love for us Android users.

  • So Android users need an Apple Music account.to make full use of an Android app. Good job guys … Good job.

  • I agree with the above comment. Could this be made available for Google Music, Spotify, Pandora, etc… I already have several of these music subscriptions and would love to be able to play these playlists through one of those as I will not be purchasing an Apple Music subscription.

  • While I appreciate some Android recognition, it is frustrating that it requires an iTunes Music subscription. If the music is available on Google Music, Spotify, or Pandora, why would these playlists not be available on other platforms?

    This bias seems to only exist for Apppe. Disney + OtterBox is only available for iPhones. I cannot think of another medium where Disney has made me feel excluded.

  • Does this mean Android users will hear the music on the App like IOS users do?

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