Best Netflix Alternatives To Try For Free

The revolution caused by the Netflix has created ripples in the entertainment industry and has changed the way alternative platforms are looked at. Chilling stories, great acting, locations, languages, roping in the best of the world, it has merely proved its mettle. But now when we are so hooked to it, the price hike in its subscription fee is nothing short of heartbreak.

So here is a shout out to all those who can’t push their streaming budget further and still wanna enjoy bingeing. The chances are that you might not stream Hollywood’s latest but can still enjoy the classics and evergreen hits from both TV and the silver screen. Its free, it’s legal, and all you need is an internet connection.

So here’s our list of top 8 movie streaming apps.

•    Popcorn Flix

This site has caught the attention of a particularly mature audience, who seem to have a variety of options in movies and documentaries section. Genres like romance, action, drama, kids, family and documentaries.

•    Crackle

Along with some original content, this ad-supported streaming service by Sony has a great collection of movies and TV shows. It is compatible with almost all significant devices and if one makes an account (which is purely by choice and not mandatory) can resume playback even on switching devices.

It provides recommendations according to one’s taste.

•    TUBI

Another free alternative with a range of shows and movies, if one is ready to tolerate the advertisements.

•    FreeDive

It can be termed as the talk of the town, being part of IMDb owned by Amazon. The kind of TV shows and movies it offers live up to the name of its promoters. It is Amazon’s streaming platform apart from Amazon Prime which is free and is supported by ad-streaming.

•    Pluto TV

This newbie is making heads turn by offering shows from leading channels including CBS News, CNET etc. Pluto TV also offers movies on demand along with masterpieces from nearly all the major genres.

•    Roku Channel

With both paid and free videos, it is instead an aggregator of new and old movie providers. Being partners with the likes of Warner, Sony, Lionsgate and MGM it is one of the best among its peers out there.

•    Vudu

Well, this one is for those looking for the old evergreen movies. As usual being free it is too ad-supported and has quite a generous collection of films from the yesteryears.

•    YouTube

This video streaming service by Google is not limited to just short movies, makeup tutorials or DIYs. In fact, one can find a lot of amazing movies in its free-to-watch section.

Hope this helps!!

Enne garcia  is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Enne has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as


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