What to know about the hotspot in your neighborhood that lets you stream videos, podcasts, and more?
HotSpot is an app that lets users stream content from their smartphones or tablets, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Prime.
It works through the hotspots provided by AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile.
It can also stream content via Wi-Fi hotspots in a variety of cities and states, but there’s no way to watch content outside of the US.
The app uses a combination of Wi-Fis, cellular data, and cloud-based storage.
The company said the app’s popularity is driven by people’s need to access streaming content from anywhere.
Hotspots are usually found at public places, parks, or bus stops, so it’s hard to find out exactly how many are in a given area.
It’s not clear how much content is being streamed, but Hotspot said the company expects to add about 5 million streaming video hotspots per month by 2020.
Hotspot’s service is available for iPhone, iPad, and Android.
The startup announced its latest round of funding on Thursday, raising $50 million from venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, which also invested in Spark, the first video-on-demand startup.