Top 5 Video Streaming Apps


With the new age of technology, video Streaming has opened up an exciting new world. The different parameter of entertainment of video production, created more ways than ever. For those who are interested in becoming a part of video streaming this era is something out of the box. From last few years video streaming has become one of the most common ways to enjoy television shows and movies. There are several reasons of popularity that is still on the rise.



The growth in video streaming is increasing day by day. Major reasons that make it on demand are for it is easily accessible, offers a variety of options and, most importantly in our smartphone society, it is mobile friendly.

After the arrival of video streaming applications like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in the market, the vision of the public changed which acted as the real game changer. Now, people can be seen engaged with their smart phones and other devices in order to finish their favorite movies series or TV show season as fast as they can.

Let’s look at top five best video streaming apps currently available.

Netflix:-


Netflix offers a wide variety of television shows and movies, as well as many award-winning Netflix original productions. It was one of the very first movie streaming services and many users rate it as one of the best movie streaming sites.  Due to its ever-evolving collection of titles, unlimited streaming of TV shows, movies, comedy specials and original programming it provides best streaming services.

It is an excellent choice if you are looking for worth shows. Because it’s so user-friendly, many people call it one of the best video streaming apps for Android.

Hulu:-


Hulu is the best solution if you don't feel like investing in a cable subscription or an HD antenna. This service provides access to most major network shows and keeps updated with the latest TV shows. It provides a handful of cable shows the day after they air. It also lets subscribers access a show's current season — or often all of the program's seasons.

It has the usual streaming experience with a bunch of old TV shows, movies, anime, and other stuff. The service also offers over 50 channels with an option to expand that for extra money. With such offers and services it should work for most people.

Amazon Prime Video:-


Amazon Prime Video which is Amazon's video streaming service. It comes included with their Amazon Prime service. The Amazon Prime video app offers three ways to get your movies: Buy, rent, or free streaming with a Prime Membership.

The video service also includes various channels, such as HBO, Anime Strike, and others. They usually cost a little extra, but help round out the experience overall. It provides access to a wealth of movies that Amazon has to offer including both new releases and old classics.

HBO NOW:-


HBO offers two ways to stream: HBO GO (if you have HBO from a cable or satellite package) and HBO NOW (for cord-cutters). It is the original premium content channel. Without any differences in the streaming services it offer the same top-shelf content you get from the cable channel itself.

HBO has long been known for its exciting, groundbreaking shows that push the limits of television. Whether or not you subscribe via your cable provider you can access that programming in streaming form. It is one of the more expensive streaming apps, at $15 per month, but may be worth it, depending on your favorite shows.

Sling TV:-


Sling TV is one of its own types. Focusing on the video streaming block it is poised to become one of the best live TV streaming apps. It works like a “build-your-own” collection of channels. Starting at $20 per month it provides a base set of live and streaming channels with several add-on options at an additional cost. It has been described as cable TV without the cable box.

It was one of the first live TV streaming apps. It provides many of the basic features, like local sports channels, some popular news channels, and other stuff. The basic package is reasonably priced with more channels are available for a nominal fee. The app's design is a little questionable however, it does the job. There is also a free trial available. It's definitely one of the better video streaming apps.

Author Bio: Colleen Jansen is a digital marketing expert in Quy Technologies, a leading Augmented Reality App Development company which provides Ar App for Education, Real estate, healthcare, Ecommerce industry across the global. She loves to write on latest mobile trends, mobile technologies, startups and enterprises.
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