By Kim Khan
Investing.com – Walt Disney (NYSE:) joined the rally in the Tuesday, seeing strong volume on a bullish report about demand for its streaming service app.
The Disney+ app was downloaded 40.9 million times from Apple’s (NASDAQ:) App Store and Google (NASDAQ:) Play, CNET reported, citing a report from mobile analytics firm Sensor Tower.
Shares of Disney rose 1.9% in afternoon trading. That added more than 18 points to the Dow’s spike of more than 130, led by JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:), after its , Goldman Sachs (NYSE:) and Boeing (NYSE:).
Disney+ has generated about $97.2 million in user spending on mobile, Sensor Tower added.
And 84% of revenue and installs have been in the U.S. in the first 60 days.
The numbers from sensor tower don’t include those downloading and watching Disney+ from smart TVs, devices like Roku (NASDAQ:) and gaming consoles like Microsoft’a (NASDAQ:) Xbox.
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