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How to Link Disney+ to Google Assistant

Disney Plus Google Assistant hero

Chromecast, Android TV, and Smart Displays work great with Google Assistant. You can easily use your voice to start playing movies and TV shows, no cumbersome remote required. We’ll show you how to do link your Disney+ account to the Google Assistant.

The Google Assistant supports a number of streaming video services such as Netflix, Hulu, Sling TV, and Disney+. While many services support “casting” to Google Assistant-enabled devices, this integration takes it a step further.

Open the Google Home app on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. Tap the “+” icon in the top-left corner to add a service.

google home add service

Under “Manage Services,” select “Video.”

select video

Find “Disney+” in the list and tap “Link.”

tap link for disney+

A message will pop up and explain what will happen when you link your Disney+ account to the Google Assistant. Select the “Link Account” button to proceed.

tap link account

A browser window will open to the Disney+ login screen. Enter your credentials and then select “Log In & Link.”

log in and link

Next, if you have user profiles set up within Disney+, you’ll be asked to select one.

select the user profile

Lastly, confirm your profile selection by tapping the “Confirm” button.

tap confirm one last time

Once finished, Disney+ will be linked. You can now say things to your Google Nest or Home smart speaker or smart display like, “Hey Google, play ‘Even Stevens’ on Living Room TV” and the show will start playing on your Google Assistant-powered device.

Joe Fedewa Joe Fedewa
Joe Fedewa is a Staff Writer at How-To Geek. He has close to a decade of experience covering consumer technology and previously worked as a News Editor at XDA Developers. Joe loves all things technology and is also an avid DIYer at heart. He has written thousands of articles, hundreds of tutorials, and dozens of reviews.
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