Netflix Alternatifleri

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Tubi is an American over-the-top content platform and ad-supported streaming service owned by Fox Corporation. The service was launched on April 1, 2014, and is based in San Francisco, California. In January 2021, Tubi reached 33 million monthly active users. 


Popcornflix LLC is a website and over-the-top service offering free ad-supported streaming video of feature-length movies and webisodes. It is owned by Screen Media Ventures, Popcornflix and its parent company were acquired by Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment in 2017 


Yidio, short for Your Internet Video, is a video aggregator. Its platform collects content from multiple subscription-based video streaming providers and allows users to view that content from a single interface.  

Sony Crackle

Crackle is a video streaming platform owned by Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment. Its library consists of original content and acquired programming. The service is available in 21 countries on connected devices including mobile, tablets, smart TVs, desktop, and gaming consoles. 


Cost: Freemium. Highlights: VUDU is another free ad-supported streaming app similar to Netflix (great for horror films), offering a collection from Warner Bros, Discovery, and NBCUniversal. Some movies are paid-only for renting or buying. Availability: USA and Mexico. 


Cost: Free. Highlights: Kanopy is a hidden gem for those who crave original content without the price tag (you can borrow movies for free with a library card). With a mix of classic cinema, indie films, and top-notch documentaries for free, it's ideal for those seeking meaningful and thought-provoking content beyond Netflix's selection (Plus, it includes a lot of content from The Criterion Channel) Availability: USA. 

Hoopla Digital 

Cost: Free. Highlights: Similar to Kanopy, Hoopla Digital can be easily accessed if your public library has an agreement with the platform, with the advantage that it not only offers movies and series but also audiobooks, music, and more. Availability: USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. 


Cost: Freemium. Highlights: Plex is one of the most recognized media servers platforms out there, featuring a free online streaming library with an ad-supported model similar to Netflix. It also acts as a platform to connect with other services for renting or purchasing movies, and allows you to add your own content for watching on multiple devices. Availability: Available in more than 200 countries. 


Cost: Free Highlights: Stremio is a media center designed for instant viewing of movies, series, and YouTube channels. Offering HD viewing, automatic subtitle downloads, and the ability to cast any file to TV through DLNA, Chromecast, or AppleTV, it also provides notifications for new episodes or movies. Availability: You may need a VPN to stream content based on your location. Please research your country's situation before using it. 

Pluto TV

Cost: Free with ads. Highlights: Offering a diverse range of channels, Pluto TV is like flipping through traditional cable, but online and without any subscription fees. It provides a live channels-surfing experience, along with some on-demand content offerings as well. Availability: USA, Canada, Europe and Latin America. 

The Roku Channel i

Cost: Freemium (with ads). Highlights: The Roku Channel is your go-to for free and premium TV, offering a diverse selection of on-demand shows and movies. Unlike the previous two, with Roku Channel you have the option to pay to remove ads and access more content if you want, but it's not 100% necessary. A great alternative, especially for Roku device users. Availability: USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Mexico and Latin America.