Hubbard is a simple app for your Android phone or PC that lets you stream your video on your phone, tablet, or computer, without having to set up an Internet connection.
It is available for Android devices running Jelly Bean and up, though it should work on older Android devices as well.
Hubbard’s main advantage is that it can stream video anywhere, even if you are on a Wi-Fi network.
That’s because it supports 4K video at 30 frames per second (fps), which is nearly double what most devices are capable of running.
The app also has an ability to automatically stream to your phone whenever you open the app, which means you can watch videos while you’re on the go or at home.
You can even set up a video camera that can be connected to the Hubbard app, so that it will automatically record videos when you go to your favorite spot.
Here’s how to use the Hubard app to stream your videos, without using an Internet Connection: To start, go to the settings screen and tap “Video”.
Tap “Stream video” and choose the type of video you want to stream.
If you want the video to automatically record whenever you go out, tap “Auto”.
If you don’t want the automatic recording, tap the “Turn off recording” option.
You’ll be prompted to set the time that you want your video to be recorded.
To start the recording, go into the video section and tap the “+” icon.
If your video doesn’t automatically record at the end, tap OK.
To stop recording, you can tap the end button.
You should see your video playing on the screen.
It should look like this: