As the name suggests, DocPlay excels in one particular area – documentaries. Priding themselves on putting the world’s best documentaries in the one place, DocPlay makes it easy for fans of all things non-fiction to get their fix. With so many titles available for such a low price, it’s easy to see why the streaming service is beginning to turn heads.
With a continually increasing number of Australian streaming services available, it’s become hard to settle on a single option that’s right for us. Typically, these services tend to focus on providing a whole range of different genres – but not DocPlay. DocPlay focuses on what it knows best: documentaries.
What does DocPlay Offer?
The ever-expanding catalog of docos is home to over 130 titles and covers a whole range of different things. From individual films to entire series’, DocPlay has a list of titles likely to have something to pique the interest of just about everybody.
And what’s more, you can get access to all of this for a price that will barely even make a dent in your wallet. Like most streaming services, DocPlay subscriptions work on a month-to-month basis. There’s no lock-in contracts, meaning you can cancel anytime, but at just $6.95/month and with a documentary catalog as good as anything else available, it’s likely you’ll want to stick around.
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Stream the world’s best documentaries from Australia and around the globe!
Other DocPlay Perks and Benefits
Not only do you have access to a great library of documentaries, but you’ll also be able stream them in High Definition to your eligible device, making the viewing experience that little bit better. Plus, DocPlay has no ads, with your low subscription fee covering their costs, meaning you’ll have access to all the docos you could dream of without interruption.
How do I know if DocPlay is for me?
Fortunately, if you’re not sure whether DocPlay is a suitable service for you, you can test it out without having to pay a cent. The monthly subscription fee is cheap to begin with, but DocPlay have still been generous enough to offer a free 30-day trial for anyone who needs it to decide whether they want to reach into their wallets. That way, you only pay if you’re certain that it’s worth it for you.
How can I watch DocPlay?
The more pertinent question would be ‘how can’t I watch?’. DocPlay is available on most common set-top boxes, meaning you can stream to your big screen TV using any of an Xbox One, Telstra TV, Apple TV, Sony Android TV, Chromecast, Apple AirPlay or a Foxtel Now Box, or you can download the app to use on an Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, or Android phones and tablets.
Devices supported on DocPlay
– Apple TV: Yes – Download app via the App Store.
– Apple AirPlay: Yes – Use AirPlay to connect to your Apple TV from the DocPlay iOS app or website.
– Telstra TV: Yes – Available on all models.
– Xbox One: Yes – N/A
– Smart TVs: Yes – Available on Samsung 2016-2019 models.
– iOS devices: Yes – Download the app from App Store.
– Android devices: Yes – Download the app from Google Play Store.
– Android TV: Yes – Available on all Sony Android TVs and other Android TV devices.
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Cast shows directly to your TV using Chromecast from the DocPlay iOS & Android apps or website.
– Foxtel Now Box: Yes – Install DocPlay from the Google Play Store on your device.
Contact DocPlay Customer Service
If you need to get in touch with DocPlay’s customer service team, you can do so by sending them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. DocPlay currently doesn’t offer a direct hotline for customers, so it’s best to simply visit their website to find out what you need, send them feedback, or read their Frequently Asked Questions to see whether you can get the answer you need for your inquiry.