Last week, Disney+ launched and 10 million people signed up for the new streaming service. Sure, there were some issues, like not being able to stream anything and episodes of The Simpsons being in the wrong aspect ratio, but the service itself has been fantastic thus far, except it’s missing a “Continue watching” section.
Every major streaming service has this feature/section, where you can leave the app and come back later to pick up where you left off. It doesn’t exist on Disney+ at this time, but according to ComicBook, it’s coming. There’s no timetable as to when it will arrive on the service, but Disney+ told the site it will be launching shortly.
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For many people that have been enjoying Disney+, this will be a nice addition. When you’re binge-watching Boy Meets World and want to pick up the next day where you left off, trying to find the show on the service takes time, and then trying to remember where you left off can be a pain. At least the “Skip intro” button exists because the theme music for Boy Meets World during the college years is like nails on a chalkboard.
The biggest hit on Disney+ so far has been Star Wars: The Mandalorian, featuring an adorable alien baby. New episodes of the series land on Friday mornings, and you can check out our reviews for Episode 1 and Episode 2, along with their Easter egg breakdowns.