Streaming service Quibi has updated its iOS app to now let subscribers stream content to televisions via AirPlay.
Earlier this month, Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg, blamed the slow start of the mobile-only streaming service on the COVID-19 pandemic. He also acknowledged it would soon be possible to watch Quibi on a TV for iOS and Android users.
Quibi has its own Hollywood-backed original content and is meant for short consumption of its shows, made for mobile screens only. But now you can stream those short clips via AirPlay to your compatible TV or Apple TV.
“With life a little less on-the-go these days, our latest update gives you more flexibility to watch Quibi wherever you have downtime. Now you can share Quibi episodes from your phone to your TV with AirPlay,” explains the app’s update description.
Click here to download Quibi for iOS in the App Store. The service costs $6.99 CAD per month for Canadians.
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