10 Quality Streaming Services You Probably Didn’t Know About

New and awesome streaming channels for everyone
Few years ago, download was all the rage. Today, however, internet users have realized that this method has some serious shortcomings. First of all, download takes time, which can be particularly troublesome for those with slower bandwidths. Second, when you download something, you need to allocate a fair share of your HDD space to it and files seem to just keep piling up. Because of that, in 2016, more and more people are turning towards streaming. Now, everyone has heard of Netflix, but here are 10 other quality streaming services you might not have heard of.



10 Quality Streaming Sites to Watch Free TV and Movies

  1. MUBI

The thing about Netflix and similar streaming services is that they make their lists mostly according to popularity. The logic behind this is almost flawless since this kind of content is most likely to be interesting to the majority of their fans. On the other hand, platforms like MUBI offer their viewers the opportunity to see some of the most underestimated jewels of indie cinematography, as well as some critically acclaimed, but almost forgotten classics.
  1. Popcorn Time

The closest one could come to describing Popcorn Time would be to name it free indie Netflix. The way this streaming service works is on the Torrent principle, which also means that, with some less popular shows and movies, there might be issues with seeders. Also, lists on this platform are not always complete and some shows are known to miss an episode or two. Still, as far as cost efficiency goes, Popcorn Time is still quite impressive.
  1. Shout! Factory

Like with Mubi, Shout! Factory is a place you go when you want to watch something non-mainstream. In fact, this streaming service has an impressive (and somewhat disturbing) collection of the weirdest shows ever recorded. Sure, most of them are quite bizarre, but so uniquely bizarre that you simply must at least try watching them.
  1. Twitch

Series and movies are not the only thing that people stream. With the rise of eSports and the incredible popularity of games like League of Legends, Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, videogame streams are becoming more popular by the hour. Although there are some other platforms offering this as well (like Azubu, for example), Twitch is still the most popular one in the English speaking world.
  1. Sundance Now Doc Club

Those who enjoy watching documentaries above everything else are bound to visit Sundance Now Doc Club. Here, you can find both most recent documentaries, as well as those recorded several decades ago.
  1. Cennarium

As we already mentioned, streaming is no longer reserved for TV shows exclusively. Instead, there are those enjoying watching live streams of various theatrical performances in high quality. Those interested in this kind of events will soon find that Cennarium satisfies all their needs and more.
  1. Spuul

It defies the laws of gravity, the laws of physics and, every now and then, the laws of good acting and screenwriting. Once you hear a description like this, you simply know that we are talking about Bollywood. Still, finding these jewels of Indian cinema is not that easy. This is where Spuul can help. This platform comes in both limited free and premium (ad-free) version.
  1. Viki

If what you are looking for is something that will provide you with shows from all over the globe and allow you to enjoy cinematography of other cultures as well, you must turn to Viki. Here you can find some of the best and most popular shows made in Korea, Taiwan, Colombia or France.  If, however, you are interested in watching these shows in HD, you can always pay a small fee of $3.99 per month.
  1. Crunchyroll

One thing can be said with certainty, in 2016, anime are more popular than they have ever been before. So, for all the numerous anime fans all over the world, Crunchyroll is a place where you can find over 25,000 episodes and 15,000 hours of Japanese anime. Additionally, you can also find a lot of other Asian media content there, as well.
  1. Internet Archive

Finally, Internet Archive is something completely unique, seeing how it is a non-profit organization concerned only with preserving things like images and audio clips (and even books) for anyone to use. The only downside is that, with so many files in the archive (pun intended), you will have to dig deep to find all you might find interesting.

Conclusion:

Streaming is most definitely triumphing over download and soon, everyone will catch up with this idea. When this happens, you will be able to access any content you like, but you need to know where to look for it first. Luckily, with this many purpose specific stream services online, this won’t be as hard as it may sound.