Disney has signed agreements with Amazon and Microsoft that will allow them to use its cloud-based digital movie service.
The Walt Disney Co. said that U.S. customers of Amazon Video and Microsoft Movies & TV will be able to connect to Disney Movies Anywhere starting Tuesday.
The service will let users access Disney, Pixar, Marvel and "Star Wars" movies in various ways, including through the Disney Movies Anywhere app for Microsoft's Xbox 360 and for Amazon Fire tablets, Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.
Customers can also access and watch movies through the Amazon Video app for televisions, connected devices and mobile devices and through the Microsoft Movies and TV service on Windows and Microsoft Xbox devices, as well as online.
The app will be available on Roku and Android TV starting Sept. 15.
Disney Movies Anywhere already works with iTunes, Google Play and Walmart's VUDU. The service includes more than 450 digital movies.
Disney's stock added $2.03, or 2 percent, to $103 in premarket trading.
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