The Android platform is a wonderful one if watching movies is your thing. Whether from a mobile device in the palm of your hand or beamed onto a vivid 4K smart TV. Netflix and Amazon Prime are wonderful apps that need no introduction. But aside those premium apps, there are some great movie-viewing apps out there that are completely free — with tons of films and a few ads to tolerate.
If you’re an Android user, here are some of the best free movie apps you can get for entertainment on your device.
1. Youtube Movies
If you look in the right places on YouTube, you’ll find full versions of major movies that have managed to slip under the site’s copyright radar. There’s also the well concealed “Free to Watch” section when you browse the YouTube Movies channel. Although you won’t find so many classics, you’ll find “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” among others.
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Set up four years ago, Tubi is a legitimate movie-watching app that has some high-profile recent releases. Its catalogue consists of recent films like “Horns” and “Hugo”. Tubi makes its money from ads that play during movies.
Vudu is that one app which even goes as far as telling you a movie’s Rotten Tomatoes rating — once you highlight it. It has both free and paid content. You’ll find classics like “Any Given Sunday”, “Mortal Kombat”, and Tom Cruise’s “Risky Business.”
4. Sony Crackle
Over the years, Crackle, which is Sony’s free movie-streaming platform has built itself up to be the go-to name when it comes to free movie apps. While some think of it as the poor person’s version of Netflix, Crackle has built up a fair share of TV shows and marquee flicks such as the “Alien” movies
It’s remarkable the reputation that an app which used to be a bargain bin of silly comedies and horror films, has built for itself today.