Save Money with Our List of the Best Free Streaming Services

Free streaming services can save you money

Now, with millions of people stuck indoors and thus using streaming services more often, while also experiencing financial constraints due to the coronavirus pandemic, people need to save every penny that they can while still staying engaged and entertained. One of the ways you can save money is by ditching subscription streaming services and opting for free streaming services instead.

While free streaming services will not deliver content that matches paid packages, you will still get something close to it. In addition, there are a few other trade-offs. Most free services come with ads and rarely allow you to download content to watch or listen to when you are offline.


All that said, here is our list of the top free streaming services:

Crackle
Crackle is a free streaming service that offers TV shows and movies. It is a straightforward service that enables you to stream without signing up for an account. In addition, you can watch on any device. Here, you will find both old and new shows including the Pet Detective, Dr. Strangelove, It Happened One Night and The Social Network.

IMDb TV
This ad-supported streaming service was launched in January 2019 and is owned by Amazon. IMDb boasts of a good collection of movies with recent recognizable titles. It offers reliable streaming performance and can run on all popular platforms and devices.

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IMDb TV boasts popular shows such as the recent Emmy Award-winning comedy, Schitt’s Creek, and older shows such as Ugly Betty and Desperate Housewives. You can also watch comedies such as Charlie’s Angels, Coneheads, and Dinner for Schmucks.

Tubi
Tubi is a free streaming service owned by the Fox Corporation. The service was launched on April 1, 2014, and is based in San Francisco, California.

Tubi boasts thousands of TV shows and movies to watch for free. Their library holds content from famous studios including Lionsgate, Paramount, and MGM. Tubi TV supports web-based browsers, Android, iPhone, smart TVs. Chromecast and other popular devices.

 

The Fox-owned company claims it has more than 25 million active viewers monthly spending an average of 160 million hours watching their content.

Pluto TV
Pluto TV is a free internet television service owned by ViacomCBS. Pluto claims to have more than 250 channels running “live” 24/7, and thousands of on-demand movies as well as TV shows. Just like any other free streaming services, you must watch commercials occasionally, but there are fewer compared to the ads you watch on normal cable TV.

With this list of free streaming services to get you started, you can be well on your way to cost-cutting by signing up for free streaming services and saying goodbye to those expensive subscription services.

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