The “Pluto TV” app offers more than 100 channels of so-called Internet stations – movies, music, cartoons and more. There’s a channel for surfing, for example. A channel for hockey highlights. Even a channel that recaps late night tv. You don’t need to register, but if you do, you’ll receive reminders for when your favorite shows are coming up. The app is free for iOS and Android.
The “Crackle” app offers free movie and tv for just about any device. Crackle offers original content, too, such as “Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “Sports Jeopardy.” Users who want to register get the added feature of being able to stop shows or movies. They can shut down the app, and pick up where they left off. The app is free for iOS and Android. Windows Phone and Amazon Kindle too.
“Tubi TV” also aims to deliver free movies and tv for everyone in the family. Movies and tv shows are broken up into categories, including “Not on Netflix.” There’s something for the whole family, from children’s’ movies like “All Dogs Go to Heaven” to adult fare like “Fargo.” New content is added every Wednesday and users can create and manage their own video queues. The apps is free for iOS and Android.