Australia’s newest IPTV offering was revealed today and it has a bold ambition to change the entertainment experience for the better for millions of Australians. The new service is named Hubbl.
We all have far too many streaming subscriptions and in 2023, we’re really spoilt for content options. That does come with streaming fatigue and struggles to find good content among a vast sea of offerings.
Hubbl offers a solution to the many hours lost scrolling and app hopping and the confusion that comes with managing more than one subscription. It brings simplicity and ease back to the world of entertainment.
Hubbl, previously known as ‘Project Magneto’, brings together paid and free streaming entertainment into the world’s best user interface (so there is no need to go in and out of apps to discover content you love).
The Hubbl experience is delivered via a world-leading entertainment operating system (OS), which will be available on two different devices, giving consumers access to a universe of content, whilst unifying your subscriptions.
Backed by global leaders in entertainment technology – Comcast USA and Sky UK – Hubbl has a world scale but has been designed for Australia. Hubble will continuously evolve its entertainment OS with regular software updates, without requiring a new device.
Hubbl is a different approach to the IPTV industry, perhaps the most different in years, bringing together TV and streaming experiences by making it easy to access your paid and free shows and sports, simplifying search and how you continue watching content across apps, as well as taking the frustration out of managing app subscriptions.
Hubbl is a small device that plugs into any compatible TV. The only way to make the Hubbl experience better will be to buy Hubbl Glass – a world-class TV with Hubbl and a high-quality built-in sound bar that only requires an internet connection and a power cord, no other wires.
Hubbl will launch in Australia in the coming months and more announcements on app partners and product features will be released soon.