It’s Friday, so who better to talk to than singer Rebecca Black, who became famous in 2011 for her song and video “Friday.” She talks to Nibler about her journey from being bullied for years to emerging stronger on the other side by becoming an activist and singer/songwriter. … [Read more...] about Digital Trends Live: COVID-19 mobility reports, iPhone SE, HBO streams for free
Open up the Netflix application. Select the Menu icon that’s present in either the upper-left or upper-right corner, depending on the device you’re using. Tap Cellular Data Usage. Select either Automatic, Maximum Data, Save Data, or Wi-Fi Only. You also have the option to set data caps for each profile on your Netflix account, so if you watch across multiple devices, or have a child on a cellular plan skimping on the data front, you can ensure it consumes minimal data at all times without compromising the viewing experience of the other users. These choices are slightly different to the application-wide restrictions, offering an hourly data restriction, starting at 0.3GB and maxing out at 7GB. … [Read more...] about How much data does Netflix use?
Almost a month after it launched in the United Kingdom, Disney+ has now touched down in France. To celebrate, Mickey (Mouse) is offering a one-week free trial of the service — no strings attached. Signing up for it couldn’t be easier: Just hit the button below and follow the steps to create an account. The entire process should take no more than a minute, from start to finish. … [Read more...] about Disney+ France: Here’s how to start your free trial
Digital movie locker service Movies Anywhere released a new sharing feature called Screen Pass to a limited number of beta users. Originally slated to be launched in May, Screen Pass lets beta members loan movies from their Movies Anywhere collection to friends and family members, who can then stream the titles on their own devices. … [Read more...] about Movies Anywhere users can now share their movies — with a few catches
This app actually has a ton of movies for everyone, but the kids’ section lets you stream an unlimited amount. (The general app may limit you, based on your library’s subscription.) It has both movies and TV shows, including many PBS shows. If you’re not sure what you want to watch, you’ll find things arranged in useful collections, like classic tales, explore science and math, and stories from around the world. Once you get into the kids’ section, it takes some clicking to get back out, which is useful if you don’t want your little ones accidentally watching Midsommer. … [Read more...] about The best free educational apps for kids