It’s simple, you have a lot of free time, but your penny pinching ways won’t let you pay for a subscriptions to Netflix or Amazon Prime (both great TV/movie platforms by the way). With so many video platforms more prevalent than ever, some have resorted to just providing the content for free with mandatory ads. If you can’t stand dealing with ads, these may not be the best for you and you will likely have to dish out some cash for the privilege. For others not bothered by them, you’re in luck, there’s a wealth of free content to keep you occupied for a while.
· Crackle Sony’s popular free movie and tv app that is still in it’s infancy in terms of features
· Hoopla This unique service pairs your library card from a local library with its digital access to a number of films, shows, albums, and e-books
· PlutoTv Essentially a better version of Crackle with over 250+ channels and thousands of free films
· Yidio This one is more of a service than a streaming platform as it allows users to search all of them for the free content that they can watch without a subscription to any service
Roku– There a bunch of devices with their own in-house streaming channels that have free content, the Roku Channel on Roku devices being a popular