Category Archives: Apps & Tech

This ‘pirate radio’ pays for Netflix, HBO, and Disney+ so you don’t have to

The self-styled “pirate radio for streaming” basically pays for subscriptions to a bunch of streaming services, and then randomly chooses one show to play for you — free of charge. – Mix, The Next Web » https://ift.tt/39Gjz94

Disney Unveils More Than 850 Titles Landing on Disney+ U.K. Upon Launch

The launch package for Disney+ U.K. is set to include more than 500 films and 350 series, plus a slate of 26 exclusive Disney+ Originals. Like the U.S. offering, it includes titles from the Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic stables, including the likes of Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Star Wars episodes 1-8 (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be arriving at a later date), Toy Story 4, Finding Dory, Science Fair and Jane. – Alex Ritman, The Hollywood Reporter » https://ift.tt/2VPKeMP [photo: Disney+]

Comcast Flex adding Hulu in next few weeks

Speaking today at a Morgan Stanley investor conference, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said Hulu was on its way to join other Flex-supported streaming apps including Netflix, YouTube, CBS All Access, Amazon Prime Video, Starz and Peacock, NBCUniversal’s upcoming ad-supported streaming service. He said Flex now provides access to more than 100 apps. – Ben Munson, FierceVideo » https://ift.tt/2Ti0pAJ

YouTube is the frontrunner in the mobile streaming wars, and it’s not even close

The data from AppAnnie’s latest report shows just how far ahead YouTube is on the mobile front — where more people are spending their time, especially teenagers and young adults. It’s something that companies like Netflix, WarnerMedia, NBCUniversal, and Disney will have to take into account as they compete not only for the best content, but for people’s attention. – Julia Alexander, The Verge » https://trib.al/HCVVXX7

Finally! Netflix will now let you turn off the autoplay feature you hate

According to the Netflix help page linked to in that tweet above, here’s what you need to do. First, sign in to Netflix from a web browser. Select “Manage Profiles,” and then choose the profile you want to update (assuming there are multiple profiles on your account, like for multiple family members in a household). Then, simply uncheck the option to “Autoplay previews while browsing on all devices,” and voila — you’re done. – Andy Meek, BGR » http://bgr.co/0tANNON

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