Rent or Stream with iTunes.
With iTunes, you can rent or or buy your favourite shows and movies and watch them across all your linked devices be it iOS or Android powered.
Got a question about iTunes?
You can access content in two ways. You can rent content for a limited period of time, during which you can watch whenever you want. Or you can buy content which will put it into your library and you will be able to watch as many times as you want whenever you want.
No, iTunes is not a streaming service. There is no on-going subscription to be paid, or varying levels service. Simply pay for what you want to watch and you can watch it straight away. This is great for the odd show or movie that your other streaming subscriptions do not have.
Stream on Hayu
It may have come from humble beginnings, but reality TV is big business in the 21st century, with dozens upon dozens of shows — and their spin-offs — loyally followed by millions of fans every week. The problem for Australian reality fans up until now has been actually finding these shows, Hayu solves this problem.
Got a question about Hayu?
hayu is available on via your web browser — meaning you can watch it on most macs and PCs. You can also use hayu apps available on mobile devices (iOS10 and up, Android 4.4 and up) to get your reality fix on the go. Hayu also supports TV based solutions, currently including the Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Kindle Fire, Fetch TV, and Telstra TV. You can even stream hayu content over Airplay and Chromecast — they’re built into the apps!
Most episodes on hayu are between 42-44 minutes in length. Generally speaking, streaming videos burns around 3GB per hour for HD quality and anywhere between 700MB-1GB per hour for SD quality. For mobile data connections, the hayu apps use adaptive streaming technology, which means the service works out what is appropriate for your connection speed. On WiFi, hayu will deliver the best video quality available, depending on what your broadband connection can handle.
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