Are you looking for more content to stream without the price of another monthly subscription? You’re in luck. There are plenty of free streaming services offering everything from the classics to new releases.
In this post, we’re comparing Tubi and STIRR, two great streaming services that you can use for free.
Tubi is a streaming service with thousands of movies and TV shows, available anywhere, always for free. Recently Tubi became available on the Amazon Echo Show, giving even more users access to the free shows and movies found on the app.
Tubi is always adding new content, including classic movies and series like westerns and cult horror films from the 60s, and newer movies like December’s new titles Kill Bill: Volume I and Kill Bill: Volume II and The Aviator, starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
In September, Tubi shared that viewers had streamed over 132 million hours of content on the platform, a 40% increase since May. Tubi will launch in the UK in 2020, bringing free, quality content to an even larger audience.
Learn more on the Tubi website.
Making its debut in January 2019, STIRR reached the major milestone of 1 million downloads just six months after launching.
Earlier this month, STIRR added more new channels and expanded to new markets from across the country. When you visit the website, you’ll start by choosing the location for your local news. Now, viewers in even more locations will find nearby cities to get news from their area.
STIRR has a little bit of everything, including live local news, TV series, live sports, movies, the latest viral videos, and more. Check the channel guide for live TV or browse on-demand content by genre. Give this free service a try to see everything from breaking news to music videos to themed curated content.
The STIRR app is available on Apple TV, iPad, Android, iPhone, Roku, or online at the STIRR website.
Which free streaming services do you use? Let us know in the comments!
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