5 legal Anime streaming sites

Is watching movies your favorite time pass?  Do you like watching different genres of movie but are out of money? Well, the best and legal source from where you can watch movies is the online streaming sites. Animation has huge fan following and when it came into being in form of TV shows and movies, fans were more than happy. All over the world, there are lot of Anime watching people, the term which came into being as the short form of Animation, online streaming service providers started offering Anime Movies. Since long Illegitimately Anime movies were bought and sold but now with advent of legal Anime Online streaming sites, fans are much to rejoice.

With myriad of sites providing Anime streaming, we bring to you 5 legal Anime streaming sites which would let you watch multiple Anime movies and series free or paid.

  1. Daisuki

Daisuki is among the most used Anime streaming services all because of the content it let users to watch with regards to Anime. The paid streaming service has a loyal fans which surely watch Daisuki content over other. The particular niche people are appealed by the long running franchise of  Gundam. Among the most preferred and affordable Anime streaming site is Daisuki is lots of free contents having ads while paid subscription costing $5 a month. Although there are ads in the paid version as well as they believe ads can be reduced but not removed.

Daisuki is available to access on your mobile phones and desktop but viewing it on your Smart TV is far off the way. The most users have concerned about unorganized and low quality viewing at Daisuki but the content is king in the market and fans are happy with it.

  1. Crunchyroll

Crunchyroll has been able to make its name with regards to Anime streaming. With around 950 Anime Titles, the media content is almost double to other Anime streaming sites like Funimation, Hulu and Netflix. Crunchyroll has been feasible costing just $6.95 per month with free as well paid Anime series and movies. The best part is Crunchyroll has the latest and recent Anime matter and it is providing since its launch with the Anime content. But the only fallout is that Crunchyroll does not provide Classic Anime shows and movies for users to watch. Crunchyroll has subtitles in the Anime videos letting users watch foreign language Anime easily.

To add one more feature with being Big in content forum, Crunchyroll has around 70 Anime shows as compared to others providing somewhere between 7 to 12. Crunchyroll is accessible to watch Anime online on Android, IOS and Windows app as well.

  1. Funimation

Another service provider in the race is Funimation. Funimation has considerable amount of Anime viewing for users and offers free as well as paid services. With paid services, users will let go off with ads which is a sigh of relief for many. Funimation has some of the Anime titles which are nowhere to find like The Vision of Escaflowne. There has been news doing rounds with partnership of Crunchyroll and Funimation which will change the viewing experience with regards to Subtitles and dubbing. Funimation will be now becoming the service provider providing Dubs only Anime title. Funimation integrated services and search tool is a good design and has Anime relatable content.

  1. Hulu

With top contender in Online Streaming sites and providing tough competition to Netflix, Hulu is not behind when Anime content is talked about.  Hulu let users watch Anime TV shows, cartoon, movies all under one platform from all over the world. Hulu is available to watch on all platforms and users can watch it on their Smart TVs as well. Hulu let users watch Revolutionary girl Utena, Trigon, Ranma ½ and many more.

Hulu has around 500 titles which is less than that of Crunchyroll but provides good and decent content in high Quality. Every month users need to pay $7.99 allowing to watch all the content ad free as well.

  1. Netflix

The king of Media Content in the Online Streaming site is the Netflix. With lots of content available, Netflix is not far behind when Anime is talked about. Netflix has around 50 Anime TV shows and Movies to its list but there has been changes in the content in Netflix very frequently. But Netflix is home to famous Anime shows Voltron and The Seven Deadly Sins which no other service provider offers.

Netflix do let users watch classic content along with newer Anime content. It also offers subtitles and provide Anime watching in multiple languages.

 

Final Thoughts

With Anime ruling over media content in Online streaming services, users are unable to pick any one of the streaming sites. If content is the first choice, Crunchyroll, Hulu and Netflix becomes the choice for users. With user friendly interface Funimation has been the choice and Daisuki is most affordable one. So it solely depends on user what it prefers while watching Anime.

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