Disney+ Is Averaging Nearly One Million New Subscribers a Day.
Data from Apptopia shows that there have been 15.5 million downloads of the service's mobile app.
Figures show users are going straight to paying instead of just experiencing a free trial.
The research firm adds that there have been $5 million worth of in-app purchases.
It also says that during the past week, the service is generating over 25 million daily viewing sessions.
This shows the company is gonna be a legit competitor to the likes of Netflix, despite the skeptics that continue to doubt the House of Mouse, Wedbush analyst Dan Ives, via 'The New York Post'.
Disney+ launched on November 12 and costs subscribers $6.99 a month for a basic package.
Just one day after the debut, Disney says over 10 million signed up for the streaming service