If you’re interested in Quibi (short for “Quick Bites”) and its unique, mobile-centric approach to short-form video content, but you’re not sure if Quibi will be supported by your device, you’re in the right place. With this guide to Quibi device support, you can make sure your phone or tablet is supported by this mobile-focused streaming service.
What Devices Work with Quibi?
Quibi is a mobile-first platform. That means that you won’t be able to watch it on any devices besides iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. Since Quibi isn’t coming out until April 2020, we don’t know exactly which iOS and Android smartphones will be supported.
However, we expect that you’ll be able to use Quibi on any Android or iOS device that is running an operating system that’s within 1-3 years old. Older devices likely will not be able to handle running Quibi.
Can I use Quibi on Other Devices?
No. Quibi device support is limited only to iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. You can’t watch it any other way, because the content on Quibi is being created specifically for on-the-go consumption.
Why Use Quibi?
Quibi is a very unique streaming service. It’s intended to be an all-new way to consume content on the go, with high-quality short videos that are typically below 10 minutes in length. Quibi has already attracted some top talent for its content, including Chrissy Teigen, Kevin Hart, Steven Spielberg and Idris Elba, so it’s sure to be a fresh addition to the world of internet streaming services.
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