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If you’re using the Hulu app on your iOS device, tap a button and download up to 25 programs across five different devices. You can watch all these offline. Its for ad-free subscribers. Content available for 30 days. Android users, an update coming.

Tivo’s answer to the Roku Channel…Tivo Plus…is live.

Stream for free, but only for Tivo device owners.

You’ll see stuff like TMZ and America’s Funniest Home Videos.

Tivo promising thousands of movies and shows available in an app-free environment.

Grandaddy Netflix added more than 500-thousand users last quarter, missing its mark by nearly 300-thousand. Netflix may have maxed out the U.S. market. Bad news given the competition is heating up.

This is the most expensive of the new services announcing prices. We’re talking Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus, as well as the cheapest Netflix plan.

If you haven’t heard, AT&T launching its new streaming service, HBO Max for 15 bucks a month. You have to wait until May.

It is the same price as HBO Now.

You’ll get movies and shows from HBO and Warner, including “Friends” and the D-C superhero movies. It will also stream “South Park.”

Finally, Apple TV Plus is available for 4-99 a month.

Big names here, Jennifer Anniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell.

A good buy at 4-99, but you can one year free if you buy an iPhone, iPad or one of several other Apple gadgets.

For 70 channels, including WTWO and WAWV, check out YouTubeTV

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