Streaming services you should be using during the coronavirus pandemic

Appleosophy|Streaming services you should be using during the coronavirus pandemic
Appleosophy|Streaming services you should be using during the coronavirus pandemic
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We all know that streaming has taken off ever since the coronavirus pandemic started, with everyday people being asked to do their work or schooling on the internet and at home.

Since most people are in some form of quarantine, forced or not, we thought it would be a good idea for you all to know what streaming services are out there other than Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and Prime Video.

Note that not all of these streaming services have on-demand content on them, so pay attention closely.

  • Tubi: This is a service that has a wide assortment of movies and TV shows for viewers to watch. It is ad-supported, making it all free. In fact, you’ll be able to find movies to stream like “Minority Report,” “Tin Tin” and the popular indie film, “We Need to Talk About Kevin.” As for TV shows, well, the service does have both seasons of “Anger Management” with Charlie Sheen, which goes over 100 episodes. That in itself should keep you busy for a while.

 

  • Pluto TV: Pluto TV has both live and on-demand programming. It is a service where there is truly something for everyone. I should also point out that the service has a free Nickelodeon channel that essentially lets you stream a version of Nickelodeon for free, which will have reruns of shows like “iCarly,” “Spongebob Squarepants” and “Hey Arnold,” as well as many other classics. On-demand programming will be content such as “Good Burger,” “3rd Rock from the Sun,” “Roseanne,” with movies like James Bond movies and “In Harm’s Way.” All on-demand content is ad-supported too.

 

  • Vudu: Again, there are a lot of ad-supported movies to find here. Some of the most popular ones available are “Superbad,” “Stand By Me” and “Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland.”

 

  • Crackle: While this one does have plenty of movies to choose from, I believe that it is more so known for its available TV shows like “All in the Family,” “Dr. Ken” and “The Critic.” It definitely offers a lot of TV shows that other more popular streaming services would never get.

 

  • Showtime: Right now is the perfect opportunity to use that free one month of free service that Apple is offering a free trial of Showtime through Apple TV Channels.

 

  • CBS All Access: Consumers can get a free one month of using this service. Click here to find out how.

 

  • Roku: Although we do not normally recommend anything Roku-related, the Roku app does have a lot of content to go through. One will find “Alf,” “Rules of Engagement,” “The Nanny” and “The Ellen Show,” just to name a few. It also has movies like “The Smurfs 2,” “The Age of Adaline” and “Hook.”

 

  • Locast: If you are in an area where you can get Locast, I’d recommend you use it. Not only can you stream all of your local stations from it, but it is completely free. You can see our review of it here.
Appleosophy|Streaming services you should be using during the coronavirus pandemic
Author: David Becker

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