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Ever wanted to stream all the latest movies for free? Find the best streaming apps perfect for binging the latest releases.

Looking to stream movies for free? These are the best streaming apps

Ever wanted to watch all the latest movies for free? Well today is your lucky day, as not all streaming applications require a monthly subscription fee. In fact, these free streaming sites require an email address and guarantee a good time. 


The most popular free streaming service is Crackle! Crackle was developed by Sony and includes everything from the latest TV shows to classic movies like American drama The Big Short

Crackle allows users to stream movies for free with a nice bonus feature of liking films so you never have to search for your favorite films. According to Android Authority, the application also provides statistics of each film or series based on their popularity. 

Crackle is available for download on Google Play. 


Android Authority reported Plex recently released their on-demand streaming service with approximately 1,000 titles to choose from, overwhelming viewers with tons of choices as well as pesky advertising. It’s great to have a ton of options, but it’s not so great to get an ad popping up in the middle of the best part of the film! 

To access all of Plex’s great content, you don’t need an account to access the films. However, Plex also doubles as a cloud storage system, allowing you to access your content from any Plex-supported device. If you want to use Plex for more than just streaming movies, we recommend not only signing up for an account, but upgrading to the $4.99 paid option so you can get the most storage available. Signing up for the premium option also allows for a DVR and 4K streaming when available.

Plex is available for download on Google Play. 


Another recognizable application is Popcornflix. You can begin streaming movies for free but beware – according to Android Authority, there have been a couple complaints about buffering. Other than that, the application is available to use on multiple smart devices and is easy to use. 

Popcornflix is available for download on Google Play. 


Tubi or Tubi TV, is a streaming application where you can binge movies & TV shows for completely free. According to CNET, you can enjoy films from production companies like Lionsgate, MGM, and Paramount. 

The streaming application provides a range of content like anime and the latest Hollywood TV shows. Unfortunately, some advertisements will bother you, but it’s a price we’re willing to pay. 

Tubi is available for download on Google Play. 


Ever heard of Vudu? Vudu is a streaming website & application that provides only the best quality movies you’ll find. To watch all Vudu’s free movies, you can search for them through their website, and then via your application, you can stream them for free. 

Lifewire reported that Vudu also provides movies that you can buy, but if you’re happy with an advertisement or two, then continue streaming the list of free films. 

Vudu is available on Google Play & Apple Play Store. 

Pluto TV

Don’t get distracted by the “TV” in the title, Pluto TV is a great streaming application to enjoy over 100 different TV channels and movies. The streaming service also includes a couple advertisements but don’t worry, the application will get the job done. 

Actually, according to Lifewire, the application will also allow you to stream on your TV and many other smart devices. To enjoy Pluto TV you can download the application on Google Play. 


Another free streaming application is Kanopy. Thankfully you can relax, as this streaming platform allows you to enjoy movies without any annoying advertisements. 

As noted by Lifewire, you can also let your kids enjoy Kanopy because there’s a section just for kids. Though to access Kanopy, users need a library card. Once you get that card and log in, you can enjoy movies full of adventure, animals, and even short films. We better get reading! 

Kanopy is available to download on Android & iOS. 

What are you waiting for? Get the popcorn! But don’t forget to let us know what you think about these streaming applications in the comments below. 

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