In the modern age of streaming popularised by streaming platforms like YouTube, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, downloading movies has become a thing of the past.
However, most of it not all popular streaming platform require users to sign-up which often involves adding ones credit/debit card information. If you’re hesitant about that, here are the top seven sites that let you stream movies without signing up.
Roku is a rather popular free video streaming service with no sign-up requirements. What’s more, the service lets you stream your content on just about any device. Just get the compatible app, and you’re good to go.
The content selection is also top-notch, including several of Netflix’s top-rated shows. You do get random in-video ads here and there, but the streaming quality is quite good.
Vudu is another free movie streaming service that categorises its vast library into genres. The streaming quality is excellent and remains unaltered regardless of you paying for the service or watch it for free.
At times, the site may request you to rent or buy a movie, but you can ignore these requests and wait for the free streaming button.
If you’re guessing this is a Netflix clone in some capacity, you’re not entirely wrong. The site has a single page with the content in separate rows, pretty much exactly like Netflix. Not to mention the movie library is one of the biggest available online.
Much like other services on the list, there’s no sign-up whatsoever required for you to access this site. Everything is neatly organised by genre, and there’s a bunch of content to choose from, including movies, TV shows, documentaries and whatnot.
The service also has apps that you can download and use on your phone or tablet. What’s more, the server even lets you sync your activities across all devices, meaning you can pick up where you left off in an instant.
Crackle is by far one of the best free streaming services available online. What’s more, the service is owned by Sony Pictures, which makes it more credible than pretty much every other entry on this list.
Not only do you get a horde of movies and TV shows, but there’s also the latest film information available. Users can opt in to get notified of any new and upcoming flicks. Note that you’ll need a VPN to access this service if you’re in Asia.
The final entry on the list is ShareTV. While the service is pretty much like every other service mentioned on this list, the unique thing about ShareTV is that if in case it doesn’t have all the episodes for a TV show that you’re looking for, it can link you to alternate sources where you can find the missing episodes.
This brings us to our next point; as you can probably guess by the name, the service only deals in TV shows so that you won’t find any movies here.
Believe it or not, YouTube is actually a great option for streaming shows and movies. The site doesn’t require you to log in to view content. You may have to encounter an ad here and there, but that’s about it when it comes to inconveniences.
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