Enjoy Quibi Streaming with No Buffering or Disconnects

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Avoid Connectivity Issues when Streaming Quibi Short Videos

Quibi is a new short-form mobile video platform set to launch on April 6, 2020. Unlike the already existing on-demand streaming video platforms like Netflix, Hulu, HBO and Disney+, Quibi’s content is made specifically for mobile devices.

The name Quibi actually comes from “quick bites” of content – a reference to the fact that the episodes will last 10 minutes or less. PCMag offers a sneak preview of the launch lineup in their dedicated article. You’ll be able to watch Quibi using the iOS or Android app. An interesting thing is that you will be able to switch between horizontal and vertical viewing while it runs.

While it all sounds fantastic – remember the issues you’re having with other streaming video platforms? Does stuttering, buffering or even disconnects sound familiar? If you’re not seeing them with Quibi streaming – that’s great! But most likely there will come a time and place where you’ll wish for a better Internet connection. Read on to see how you can avoid Quibi streaming issues and enjoy your quick bites of content!

Reasons Why Quibi Streaming Videos Are Buffering or Disconnecting

To put it simply – it’s either them or you. But just to eliminate the possibility – check out Quibi’s Twitter page for any announcements about outages. If everything is fine there, it’s you.

And when we say “you” – this means:

  • your ISP – they can have temporary network issues, do maintenance work or deliver sub par Internet. If the Internet is slow on other platforms as well, contact your ISP.
  • your modem / router – a restart is always welcome and might save you a lot of time and head aches.
  • your smartphone – there might be software conflicts or other apps running that hog the bandwidth.

As you can see, there’s a common denominator for all of these: your Internet connection. If it’s too slow or unreliable, Quibi steaming will not be able to cope with it. So, you will get the dreaded buffering wheel or even worse – be disconnected!

Speedify Helps You Avoid Quibi Streaming Connectivity Issues through Fast and Reliable Internet

Faster Internet is not always available from your ISP. You may already have the best plan or it would make no sense to spend more. So what can you do then?

Introducing Speedify – the app that will help you get faster, more reliable Internet right on your iPhone or Android smartphone. Speedify is a fast bonding VPN that uses channel bonding technology to combine Wi-Fi and cellular together simultaneously on your smartphone. This way, you will get the combined speed of both Wi-Fi and mobile data, as well as failover protection, should Wi-Fi turn bad.

Plus – Speedify has a dedicated Streaming Mode, which prioritizes video streams over other apps. You will get quality of service for your Quibi streaming videos. No more stuttering, buffering or disconnecting videos on Quibi and any other streaming platform for that matter.

Enjoy Quibi Streaming Videos Wherever You Are

The best part about Speedify is that it requires no added hardware to provide you with that extra bandwidth and stability. You just have it installed on your smartphone and can use it while at home, traveling, commuting, on holiday. And because it also encrypts all traffic between your device and Quibi servers, your privacy will be protected on public Wi-Fi networks. Anywhere that is, whether on trainsbusesairports, local cafes, etc.

So, remember – if you want to enjoy hassle-free Quibi streaming (or any kind of streaming), get Speedify and enable Streaming Mode. You’re welcome!

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Speedify is the only app that combines your wifi, cellular, wired, and even your friend’s phone signals – and turns them into one ultra-fast and super secure link that keeps you all connected for the best possible live streaming, video calling, or just posting to your favorite app.


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