Product Hunt Daily Digest
April 14th, 2020

Netflix’s next big competitor?

Today NBCUniversal entered the streaming war to compete with Netflix, Disney+, Amazon, Hulu, and many other incumbents.

They're calling it Peacock, named after their colorful logo. If you're an Xfinity X1 or Flex customer, you can now stream 30 Rock, The Tonight Show, Parks and Recreation, Law and Order, and most importantly, The Office.

As much as we all love The Office, it’s hard to get excited about yet another streaming service. So, we’d like to highlight a few lockdown-friendly alternatives you may not know about:

Pluto streams over 250 channels and 1,000's of movies for free.

Rheo is the TikTok of internet videos.

Blackpills produces original TV shows, 100% free to watch.

Quibi delivers quick-bite original content.

Thripy will transport you across the world, even when you’re in lock down.

Neverthink TV aggregates the best “TV of the internet”
Try Peacock 🦚

In this week’s edition of Product Hunt Radio, we talk to Matthew Paul, a software product designer, researcher, and front-end engineer. He’s a former product designer at InVision, he’s worked on software and design systems at IBM, and has designed prototypes at Apple.

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