As Variety Notes, however, it remains to be seen whether Amy may be interested in serving a pair of wins, which are not doing as expected in the membership department. According to Sensor Tower data, only 8 percent of the 910,000 users who signed up for the three-month free trial in the first three days of the app got stuck with the service. In addition, rates are going to things, with Sensor Tower estimating that by the end of its first year, Quabby will have less than 2 million paying customers – well below the company’s original target of 7.4 million customers.
QB was launched on 6 April in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdown. The timing could not be worse for a service that provides shows made for the phone screen and is meant to be seen during commutes or while waiting in line for coffee. In an effort to capture homegrown viewers, the company had to hurry up its plans to give the app the ability to cast on TV. It is also reportedly looking at creating apps for Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices.