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Quibi comes to the Apple TV

The Apple TV is a device many go to for their entertainment, especially for their at-home big screens.

Today, users of it got even more to stream on it, thanks to Quibi, a streaming service that specializes in short, “bite-sized” TV episodes, was added to the tvOS App Store.

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Quibi has exclusive content on it such as “Chrissy’s Court,” the seventh season of “RENO 911” and “Royalties.”

All of its TV shows can be streamed on an iPhone in portrait or landscape mode too.

The service did add AirPlay support earlier this year to its iOS and iPadOS apps, which would enable its user to put the content from their iPhone or iPad to their Apple TV.

However, now the streaming service has a brand new app for the Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K. Those who wish to use it must be running tvOS 12 or newer on the previously mentioned devices.

Quibi costs $4.99 a month for its ad-supported version and $7.99 a month for its ad-free version.

Have you used Quibi before? Do you like the service? What are your thoughts on it? Let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

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