I’ve known about this service for a while now and I am a little behind on getting this info out to you — family, work, life, everything has kept me quite busy, however, I think you are going to want to take a peek at this new service offered by Disney. Disney Movies Anywhere is really what every Disney lover has been waiting for, and now you can keep all your digital movie copies right in one place.

About Disney Movies Anywhere

Debuting with iTunes as its exclusive launch provider, Disney Movies Anywhere is a simple, streamlined way to manage and enjoy your digital collection of Disney, Pixar, and Marvel movies on multiple devices. It is now also available for Android devices! Plus, for a limited time, you’ll receive a free digital copy of Disney’s Wreck It Ralph when you sign up and connect your iTunes, Google Play, or VUDU account.

Why will this make your life easier? It collects all your eligible Disney digital entitlements – whether you redeemed them from a Digital Copy code or purchased them in iTunes – so you can have access to them on your Phone, Tablet, iPod touch, and Apple TV, as well as on your personal computer (Mac and Windows machines).

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Visit Online: http://di.sn/fZT

Download the App: http://di.sn/qS4

My Thoughts

I think this is a great feature, I only wish that it wasn’t exclusive to iTunes. I have an iTunes account, but only for use on my computer, so technically I really can’t use this on any device since all my other devices are Android. Hopefully they will open it up to all platforms in the future, but for now you can still use your iTunes account and view the digital movies on your computer, or on your TV if your TV has the capability of connecting to your computer.

Even if you only have Android devices like me, it will still be worth setting up an account because Disney Movies Anywhere is the only place to see exclusive content, including these featurettes from Frozen and Thor The Dark World

“The Making of the Making of Frozen”

“The Battle of Vanaheim”

So tell us…

Do you watch digital copies of your movies?