Disney+ is a very well-known on-demand and ad-free streaming service. Disney+ has been created by The Walt Disney Company. You can watch various Disney movies and series on your devices. Disney+ has included the facility of unlimited downloads so that you can watch your favorite content anytime and anywhere. Disney+ includes content from Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Television’s biggest names. This includes Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox.
Disney+ is the best choice for families with children who wish to spend their weekend or holidays by watching some good content at home. If you wish to explore more of Disney+, you should definitely purchase a subscription of Disney+. By doing this, you will get access to all the content starting from movies, TV series, and much more in one convenient place. Disney+ has been priced at $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year.
If you become an active subscriber, you will get hours of entertainment that involves content from various genres and interests. The best part here is that Disney+ becomes ad-free. Disney+ was launched on 12th November 2019. It has received a positive response for its huge library of unlimited content.
Now recently users of Disney+ have reported a problem related to subtitles. The problem has been reported by PS4 users. PS4 users said that they have been facing various issues in the subtitles of certain content. The major issue here that is being reported is that users are getting to see double texts on screen. For example, if a user has chosen English as his only subtitle to watch anything, a subtitle of another language is appearing along with the English subtitle.
A user said that he chose an English subtitle to watch a movie and still a subtitle of another language was being seen on top. Another problem that has been reported in that case if any user wishes to watch content without any subtitles and turns it off, the subtitles still appear on the screen. A user said that he has turned off the subtitles option, still, German subtitles are being seen on screen. PS4 users have assumed this as an app glitch. If you are experiencing the same issue, there are a few things you can try to fix by yourself –
Exit and restart the Disney+ app.
Install the pending Disney+ app updates.
Change the subtitles settings and styling.
Check the subtitles on a different content.
Open the app on another device and see if the problem occurs in there.
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