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How to change the language on Disney Plus

There's a language for every resident of the Magic Kingdom — except Atlantean.
February 2, 2023

Disney is a name that’s recognized worldwide, and it follows that its content comes in all different languages. Whether you live in a bilingual household or are curious about how your favorite characters sound in Spanish, accessing the audio settings is as easy as tapping a finger. Here’s how to change the language on Disney Plus.

Read more: How to turn Disney Plus subtitles on or off


To change the language on Disney Plus, select the Audio & Subtitles menu icon in the top right corner while watching a video and choose your desired language.


Android or iPhone

To change the language on the Disney Plus mobile app, start by selecting something to watch. Tap the screen to bring up some quick settings, then tap the icon in the top right corner.

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You can then choose your preferred language under Audio on the left-hand side.


On your desktop computer, choose a show or movie to watch. While it starts playing, move your mouse over the screen to bring up quick settings and click the icon in the top right corner.

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You’ll see a long list of languages to choose from under Audio on the left-hand side.

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After you’ve made your selection, you can resume playing. If you want to change the default language, click on your profile picture from the Disney Plus homepage, click Edit profiles, and select your profile.

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Open the drop-down menu under App Language to choose your preferred language in your profile settings.

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If you’re sharing an account, each profile can have its own default language for whichever devices they use to watch content.

Smart TVs

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Changing the language settings on your Smart TV follows the same steps as you would on a mobile device or PC. Start by choosing something to watch, then use your remote to pause. Select the icon from the top right of the screen, then select your preferred language under Audio.

To change the app’s default language, select your profile from the home page, then choose Edit Profiles. From your profile settings, select App Language and choose which dialect you want to set as default.


From your Roku device, start watching any title on Disney Plus. Then, press the Star button (*) on the Roku remote to open the Audio menu.

Changing audio tracks on Disney Plus for Roku
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Select your desired language from the left-hand side, then watch Disney Plus on Roku in your changed language. See our guide for more on managing Disney Plus from your Roku device.

Fire TV

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Like many other streaming services, you can watch Disney Plus on your Amazon Fire TV. Unlike different app versions, however, you can’t change the language from within Disney Plus and will need to change the language on your Fire TV device. To do so, navigate Settings–> Preferences from the home screen and select Language.

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You can choose a different system language, which your Fire TV will adjust for all your streaming apps.

Apple TV

Open the Disney Plus app on your Apple TV. Select a title to watch, then swipe down on your Apple remote.

Disney Plus on Apple TV

Select Audio from the top of the screen to view a selection of different languages.

Read more: Is Disney Plus not working? Here’s how to fix it


The available language options will vary by country, region, and title. If you cannot access a specific title in the language you’re looking for, that version may not be available in your country or region.

If you can’t find your preferred language by adjusting the Audio, Caption, and Subtitle settings, try changing the app language to get the version you need.

Want to change the language on other devices or services? Check out our guides below: