Quibi might be capable of delivering headlines, but the mobile-only format fails to deliver. In its current form, Quibi proves to be an annoying and limiting experience that’s currently not worth your time or money.
Quibi shows will once again become available to steam on May 20 and for free, albeit as Roku Originals through The Roku Channel.
If you’re looking for a quick take on the Quibi video streaming service, then here’s a roundup of what’s good and what’s bad, and in under 500 words.
Quibi was not here for long, but it might have been longer, if living room devices were supported from the start.
Quibi launched in 2020 and it is already now in the process of closing down the streams.
Originally only available on mobile devices, Quibi can now be downloaded on Android TV, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
If you’re not eligible for the ‘Quibi with us’ deal, this one might be worth taking a look at.
Quibi might be coming to TVs after all. That is, if it can strike a deal with Amazon or Roku.
Quibi is now finally adding AirPlay support for iPhone users with the expectation Chromecast support will come next month.
Quibi will reportedly let some users cast content from their phone to the TV, starting in May.
Quibi is now here, although the timing for a mobile-only streaming service couldn’t be worse.
T-Mobile customers are getting access to the short-form, high-budget streaming service free for a year, then must choose.
You can subscribe to the quick bites streaming service with or without ads.