10 Best Free Movie and TV Streaming Services(Android)

With all the streaming services that are available today, such as Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video, Disney+ or Apple TV+, Peacock, HBO Max, Paramount Plus, and Paramount Plus, it can be quite expensive. Keep reading to find out which streaming services are free and which you should pay for. That’s right! These streaming TV and movie services are free.

You get what you pay for. So don’t expect to receive all the exclusive content that a paid subscription would offer. And yes, you may have to give up the luxury of an ad-free viewing environment. Here are 10  android streaming services that you could consider if you want to save a little money.

The Best Free Movie and TV Streaming Apps

1. Freevee

This ad-supported TV service, previously known as IMDbTV, provides no-cost originals and TV shows and movies. Amazon’s freevee can be streamed through Fire TV and Prime Video, Apple TV, Echo Show and Google TV. These feature films include Emma, Deadpool and ShrekandKnives out.

2. The Roku Channel

The service promises moviegoers and TV a “always-changing selection” of movies, shows, and live news.

3. Tubi

Tubi offers thousands of hours worth of streaming video content from Paramount and Lionsgate as well as MGM. You can stream Hitch, Hotel Transylvania and Beetlejuice from any location. There are no subscription fees. Tubi can be streamed on Android, iOS and Roku.

4. Pluto TV

Free streaming TV service that offers linear and live channels as well as movies on demand. You can find featured shows on TV Land and BBC Food.

5. Peacock

Yep, Peacock is NBC’s streaming service. It offers a free, ad supported option that gives viewers thousands of hours of programming. In 2021, Peacock featured live coverage from the Tokyo Olympics. The best part is that the streamer gives you access to the first five seasons (of The Office) for free. You can access all nine seasons of TheOffice with a paid Peacock subscription.

6. TeaTV

TeaTV is an ad-supported video entertainment network. TeaTv features full-length movies and original programming. You can stream The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Carol Burnett Show as well as That Girl.

7. Kanopy

Kanopy offers a free service, but users will need to have a university or public library card in order to access the Kanopy catalog of ad-free films, such as Parasite and Moonlight. Documentaries, award-winning foreign films, and series are also available. You can register by entering your library card information or, if you’re a student or faculty member at a participating university you can log in with a valid university login.

8. Popcornflix

Popcornflix allows you to stream TV shows and movies without a subscription. Popcornflix claims that it is 100% legal and contains “way fewer advertisements than regular TV.”

9. Hoopla

Users of this digital media service, like Kanopy will require a library card in order to “borrow” TV shows and movies to view on their device, tablet, phone, or TV. There are thousands of titles to choose, including 13 Going on 30, Sweet Home Alabama, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Hoopla makes it easy to access your public library. Anytime. Everywhere!”

10. BeeTV

This ad-supported streaming website offers live and on-demand entertainment for free. You can choose from more than 190 channels. You can pause, rewind and adjust the channel selections. XUMO channels, XUMO-powered apps, Android mobiles, Android TVs and Hisense are all free. They’re also available on Amazon Fire, Android phones, Android TVs, Android TVs and Hisense.



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