Are you a cord cutter looking to cut the number of services you pay for? The good news is that there are a growing number of great free ad-supported streaming services.
So this raises the question of which service is the best free ad-supported streaming service? Is it Pluto TV, Tubi, Amazon’s Freevee, The Roku Channel, or some other service?
So we decided to ask our readers what is the best free ad-supported legal streaming service, and hundreds of you took the time to let us know what service you liked best. Our readers where given an opportunity to select what service they though was the best thanks to our simple poll.
According to our readers, Pluto TV is the best free streaming service, with 41% of our readers picking it. The Roku Channel came in second with 20%, followed by Tubi at 13% and Amazon’s Freevee at 12%. All other services received 1% of the vote or less.
Recently ad-supported streaming services have become one of the fastest-growing areas in cord cutting.
Other streaming services have been driving heavily into free streaming. Recently Sling TV launched Freestream a free service.
Recently Local Now topped 490 free live TV channels making it one of the largest free streaming services for cord cutters when looking at the number of free live channels. According to Local Now, on average a, viewers will see 492 with a mix of local and national channels, including PBS live in about half of all markets.
Other services like Redbox, Xumo Play, FilmRise, Crackle, and more have all been working hard to add new and better content.
The best part for cord cutters is the fact that all of these services are free. That means you can try all of them to see which one has the content you enjoy. So give them all a try and see which one you enjoy.