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iwonder Australia: Stream quality, under-the-radar documentaries on demand

This documentary streamer will help you expand your horizons with quality titles from all over the world.

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While there's no shortage of streaming services to choose from, the emergence of niche platforms has made it easier for consumers to curate an entertainment roster they're truly happy with. Are you particularly interested in reality TV? Try hayu. Is British TV your bread and butter? Acorn TV has your back. What if you're a documentary enthusiast? That's where iwonder comes in.

The service, which specialises in documentary content, offers more than 1,000 titles meant to help you expand your knowledge. Regardless of whether you're into docos about crime, business or tech, there's something for everyone. Read on to figure out if the service is a good fit for you.

What is iwonder?

iwonder is an on-demand streaming platform like Netflix, only focused solely on documentaries. The platform offers over 1,000 titles to stream. iwonder's content library has several internationally critically acclaimed titles as well as originals that they've produced themselves.

You can explore various categories available on the iwonder website without signing up, so you can get a general idea about how the content library looks like. At the same time, the service combines trending news stories with relevant documentary suggestions, so that users can stay better informed about what's going on in the world.

iwonder integrates news stories into the home page and couples them with documentary recommendations from the library, which comes in handy if you want more context or are keen on exploring the topic in depth.

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Stream documentaries for 30-days free on iwonder

Stream thousands of documentaries from across the globe on iwonder. After the free trial price is $6.99/month, cancel anytime.

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How much does iwonder cost?

In Australia, iwonder costs $6.99/month. Alternatively, you can purchase a subscription for an entire year at $69.90.

The platform is also available in New Zealand, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand.

Does iwonder have a free trial?

Yes, iwonder offers a generous 30-day free trial. That's more than enough time to figure out if you will enjoy the service in the long term. There are no contracts, so you can cancel anytime.

What content is on iwonder?

As we've already mentioned, the service specialises in documentaries like CuriosityStream. You'll find more than 1,000 titles in the platform's library, so there's a good chance you'll stumble upon something that catches your eye.

Categories on iwonder include Crime, Nature & Environment, Business & Technology, Politics & World Affairs, History, Sports and more. We recommend you start with some of the most acclaimed titles available, like The Kleptocrats, Untouchable, Sherpa, Anote's Ark or Miss Representation.

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iwonder lets you register up to five devices with the service. You can watch on two screens at the same time, so you can share your subscription with a loved one.

Here's the list of compatible devices you can use to stream documentaries on iwonder:

  • Web (Macs, PCs)
  • Android phones and tablets
  • iOS phones and tablets
  • Apple TV
  • Chromecast/AirPlay

The service is working on expanding the list of compatible devices with Android boxes, Android TVs and Smart TVs.

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