Hubless is getting ready to launch a smart home system that can stream video from Netflix and Amazon.

The service, which is available to both iOS and Android devices, has a built-in remote control and has a new video-sharing option.

The feature is similar to the ones available on the popular Amazon Fire TV Stick, but the feature works even when the device is in standby mode.

When the remote is turned on, the app will stream video to the home network and then automatically reconnect to the hubless hub, making it easy to control the home via the app.

Users will also be able to sync their videos and photos to the new hubless network, which will be used to share videos and pictures to their friends.

The hubless service launched last year as a free trial, but it will cost $19.99 per month if you buy the standalone hubless app, or $59.99 for the standalone Hubless TV app.

Hubless has also launched its own TV service, the Hubless Hub, which it says will offer similar features.

We’ll let you know when we hear more.