How to play The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice on iPhone, iPad

Play The Owl House's official game on iOS mobile devices.

The Owl House is a comedy horror animated series on Disney Channel, Disney+ and DisneyNOW. What many fans of the show often miss is that there is also a mobile game based on the show called The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice. Because The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice does not have a standalone app, and no app comes up on the App Store when you search for “The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice”, many have trouble finding the game, or think that it is no longer supported. This is not true.

You can play The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch device, but you may not know how to find it if you aren’t looking in the right place. Here is how to play The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice on your iOS mobile device.

Playing The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice on iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch

  1. Make sure that your Apple mobile device is running iOS 11 or later
  2. Download the DisneyNOW app from the App Store
  3. Open the DisneyNOW app (No subscription or log in required)
  4. Do not use the search function, as that only works for finding shows
  5. Go to the Games tab
  6. Go to either the All Games tab or the Disney Channel tab within the Games tab
  7. Scroll down until you find the thumbnail for The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice
  8. Click on The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice thumbnail to launch the game

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The Owl House Witch's Apprentice Gameplay
Screenshot by Radiant G

You can tab away from the game without exiting the game, but if the app refreshes, just repeat steps 3-8 to relaunch The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice. Data saves between levels, and quitting out of the app should not corrupt your save. And that is all there is to it! Enjoy playing The Owl House: Witch’s Apprentice on your iOS mobile device.

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Radiant G is Press SPACE to Jump's site lead, as well as their Apex Legends beat writer. He has covered Apex Legends across various sites since Season 3: Meltdown. In addition to his journalism, he is also an indie dev, artist, narrative writer, and producer. He is currently working on a queer narrative adventure game called Himbo Hunter.

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