You like to stream some TV shows like those on Netflix or Amazon Prime? But hold up. Your budget won’t allow you to pay for such services? Don’t worry. There are some streaming services around that are free. The only thing you would have to pay for is your internet service and that’s it.
The first on the list is Crackle. Crackle, a Sony company, is an ad-supported streaming service. It offers TV shows (including original content) and movies as well. It does not even require you to set up an account before you can access the content. But setting up an account will allow you to save favourites, get recommendations. Creating an account also lets you resume playback if you switch between devices. There’s no option to download and watch movies offline.
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This is a video streaming service from Walmart. Vudu has been consistently expanding its ad-supported section. This means viewers are allowed to choose from a substantial selection of movies. It is available on mobile devices and streaming devices. On mobile apps, you can download paid movies for offline viewing. But the free titles can only be streamed.
Pluto TV is relatively a newcomer. It does offer on-demand movies. But that’s not the only thing. It also offers live TV, including American channels like CBS News It’s also an ad-supported service and one of the best free-content options currently available. Pluto TV is available on Android, iOS and various smart TVs.
Tubi TV is the home of thousands of free “commercial movies”. Its contents come from studios big names in movie production like Lionsgate, MGM and Paramount.
The service can be accessed from Android and iOS apps, as well as major game consoles, major streaming devices and Samsung TVs.
The Internet Archive stores anything public-domain. And there’s no cost to use this service, though their storehouse includes thousands of feature-length movies. Just like Crackle there’s no need to create an account. But you can if you want to save favourites. Content from Internet Archive is “mostly black and white” – old content. It doesn’t have an app so you’d have to access it through the web.
Surprised? Don’t be. Google’s video service is not just for clips and clips. YouTube now has some free complete length movies. Don’t confuse it with YouTube Red, the subscription service that includes some original movies
You just have to go directly to the free-to-watch section to see what’s available.
You can get old, no more copyrighted movies from that section. Also, you can find ad-support modern movies on there.