7 free-of-charge alternative sites for Netflix
You're tired of paying subscription fee for Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon Prime and a bunch of other movie streaming services? So this post is definitely for you. Below are 7 alternative sites for Netflix, and the best part is they are free.
The Roku channel
Roku provides a wide range of contemporary and classic films for free. You can access the service from any Roku device and also via the web. You won't believe that you don't even need to create an account to watch their content.
You might not notice that Youtube also has a sizable collection of free films. Yes, you've heard it right. All you need to do is visiting the website or open the app, fill in the query "free movies" and then hit search.
IMDb is not only a place where you can find information about movies, it also has hundreds of free TV shows and movies. Check it out at IMDb TV
Crackle is considered as one of the oldest free videos sites on internet, it has been being around since 2004. Its content is 100% free, but you would see ads when watching movies in the site. Check it out here
This is another 100% free of charge videos streaming service. Let's explore Popcornflix
Pluto TV is a bit like a cable TV program guide which let you jump into programs in progress after browsing the dozens of categories arranged like channels.