As part of its annual effort to showcase some of the best stories released for media consumption, the Peabody Awards has pointed to an Apple TV+ series as one of the 30 best offerings.
According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), Apple's video-streaming service is "below average" in terms of both value and original programming.
While some areas around the globe are starting to relax some social distancing guidelines, some folks might not be ready to hang out in person. That's where virtual watch parties come in.
From time to time, companies make key changes to their product's user interface in an effort to make things easier. Hulu, for instance, has made such a change for Apple TV and Roku owners.
Apple TV+ is a place for original content. There isn't a huge library of movies or TV from third-party sources, something you'd find on the likes of Netflix or offered by Amazon. And Apple TV+ doesn't have the extensive backlog of content like Disney+.
Courtesy of Drew Koch, the same guy who brought us a native Netflix player for Mac with Picture-in-Picture support, Mac users now have two additional native streaming clients at their disposal — one for the Disney+ streaming service and the other for Hulu.
When November rolls around both Apple and Disney are going to launch their own streaming services, which, to some, will serve as direct competitors to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
Hulu is finally bringing offline downloads to its mobile app, one of the most oft-requested features for the streaming service.
Later this year, Disney is going to launch its huge streaming service, Disney+. But the company already owns two other huge services: ESPN+ and Hulu. All of these will be offered in a bundle before the end of 2019.
Slowly but surely, Disney has been increasing its ownership stake in Hulu and now has come to the point where it has full control of the video-streaming service through a deal with Comcast.
Not a week goes by without a Spotify announcement. Just as we've recently learned that the Swedish music-service's mobile app will come preloaded on Samsung's Galaxy S10 and other new devices, news broke this morning that the firm is now offering Hulu's ad-supported plan to Spotify subscribers in the United States at no additional charge.
Just a week after Netflix announced it will be raising its prices, Hulu on Wednesday said it will be tweaking its pricing strategy as well. The streaming service is lowering the price of its entry-level plan to $5.99 per month, and raising its Hulu+ Live TV plan to $45 per month.