Looking for a free online streaming service?
There’s a growing number of alternative options that provide free, ad-supported movies and TV shows if you are not keen on spending money on subscription-based streaming video services like Hulu. Of course FREE means fully ad-supported, and you can notice some advertisements in various ways when watching.
In a world dominated by piracy, it can be difficult to understand how free and legal a streaming video service can be, but, yes, some are and are backed by big brands.
THE ROKU CHANNEL
Do you have a Roku device than the Roku Channel offers an ever-changing selection of free movies, shows, live news, kid’s TV plus you can always opt for a premium subscription and watch channels like HBO
Pluto TV provides a great deal of streaming content, it’s available for viewing on a number of different platforms, and it’s totally free with more than 250 channels and thousands of movies.
Tubi has a surprisingly big library with more 20,000 movies and television shows while you won’t find the latest movies but in the television segment, there are some popular options on the service, like Hell’s Kitchen, Duck Dynasty to name the few.
People started being curious about after Fox bought it for $440 million
Crackle is free, but not all the newest movies and shows are exactly available for streaming. It is for those who appreciate classic movies and series. The interface is simple and similar Netflix or HBO Go on Android.
It also provides a completely free service with thousands of movies and TV shows and limited ads. Basically, you have to tap off a few ads here and there to watch movies and TV for free
The secret ingredient in the “free” online streaming business model is advertising, they are trying to use the appeal of “free” to bring more and more people to its service then charge advertisers to connect with customers.