Disney’s new streaming service was downloaded more times in the U.S. than Hulu and Amazon Prime Video in 2019
Disney+ is off to a pretty nice start, with the new streaming service being downloaded more than any other app in the U.S. during the fourth quarter, according to data shared by research firm Sensor Tower.
The Disney+ app was downloaded 31 million times during Q4 — more than doubling TikTok, the second-most downloaded app during the quarter in the U.S — per Sensor Tower’s “Data Digest” report released on Monday afternoon. The 31 million installs were also more than Hulu and Amazon Prime Video had all year. Adding to the “unprecedented” results, as Sensor Tower described it, is the fact Disney+ didn’t launch until Nov. 12, which was midway through the quarter.