The free TV and movie streaming site Tubi has announced plans to launch its service in Australia, with an initial library of around 7,000 titles to be released this Sunday, September 1. That range will include successful films such as The Blair Witch Project 3:10 to Yuma Kickboxer and more, and Tubi has promised to expand the library with more titles in the coming months.
Based in the USA. In the US, Tubi offers free and publicized access to around 15,000 titles from major studios, including Warner Bros., NBCUniversal, MGM and Lionsgate in their home territory.
The service supports streaming to a wide variety of devices: it has Chromecast support, along with dedicated applications for Android and iOS phones and tablets, Sony and Samsung smart TVs, and video game consoles such as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.  Users are required to sign up for a free account, after which they can watch any of the movies and TV shows with advertising free of charge for the service.
Tubi was previously available in some parts of Europe, but had to stop. your service there in 2018 due to your inability to comply with the newly introduced GDPR privacy protection laws of the region. Tubi has said he plans to relaunch in Europe, but has not yet offered any concrete information on when that is likely to happen.
In Australia, Tubi faces a flourishing local scene (if not completely full) when it comes to video streaming services. Netflix is the dominant name when it comes to paid and subscription-based options, but there is also a lot of local competition, with Stan, Amazon Prime Video, Foxtel Now and the next Disney Plus competing for Australian consumer attention. 19659002] However, with few truly free options when it comes to streaming movies and TV in Australia, Tubi could certainly have an attractive Down Under. Currently, Australian consumers are limited to the updating services of major television networks, or the likes of Kanopy, a site that partners with public libraries to offer members access to a variety of important films. Sony Crackle was available for several years in Australia, but closed its local operations earlier this year. There is potentially space, then, for someone else to come and fill that void.
Australians can sign up for a free Tubi account at www.tubi.tv starting this Sunday.