Comcast's latest channel is one that's never been on cable before: Tubi TV, one of the most popular free movie-streaming services.
Comcast is incorporating Tubi into X1, the cable giant's internet-inclusive platform. The partnership means Tubi's library of movies and other programming will be available and searchable on Comcast X1 like a regular channel or show, the two companies said. Rollout begins Thursday, and Tubi will be available to all X1 users in coming days.
Tubi has 8,500 titles, mostly movies, that anyone can watch free with advertising breaks. As Netflix has transitioned away from licensing a deep catalog of movies in favor of its own originals, Tubi has stepped into that vacuum -- but with an ad-based service rather than one requiring a subscription
I am confused? When I check the App section, there's no app shown as depicted here
When you say Thursday, do you mean Nov 29, 2018? The boxes in my area have not received the tubi app as of Nov 23, 2018. The app has not been activated yet.
Soooo, in your picture it’s the very first app in the first row. If that’s just a random picture you posted instead of your actual menu. Not all boxes/customers get updated at the same time
It's a random photo showing the app which has not been activated yet for me. When you mentioned thursday, I wasn't sure which thursday you meant.
When we stream from Tubi using the X1, does it use our 1TB data allocation?
the apps usually have a 'badge' saying "INTERNET". I'm sure it counts toward CAP.
It popped up for me on Tue. 11-27. Like everything else X1 it is awesome! Been going nutso checking out all the stuff on it. I love it. Actually at the moment it is not working I'm sure it will be back up soon. People are going to love it, I guarantee it