4 Alternatives for People Who Want More Than Netflix

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Netflix has virtually become synonymous with streaming videos online. They are among the top streaming sites on the internet, with a good mixture of TV shows, movies and original content at fair prices. Their platform is supported by almost any device that has a screen, including phones, laptops and tablets. However, lately there have been new competitors in the streaming business. There are alternatives to Netflix and each of them is unique in its own way. You can give them a try without having to subscribe, as most of them offer free trials for 14 or 30 days. So, here are four Netflix alternatives you should check out.

Step by Step Instructions

  • Step 1

    Hulu Plus

    One of Netflix’s biggest rivals, Hulu, was launched in 2008 as a part of partnership amongst several TV networks. Hulu currently offers new episodes of TV shows that are airing on TV right now; usually a day after the premiere, which is something that no other streaming network can boast. To stay relevant while Netflix is around, you have to invest in original content, which is something that Hulu has also been doing. They don’t offer some of the top rated TV shows, and their movie selection is smaller than Netflix’s, but they do have a great selection from Criterion Collection.

    You can watch their content on your computer for free, but if you wish to use other devices you will need a paid account which costs $7.99 per month. Even if you are a paid user, you can’t remove ads from the shows.

  • Step 2

    Vudu

    One of Walmart’s products, Vudu is an up-and-coming video streaming platform still new in the business and still not considered to be a true rival to Netflix. The content they offer is very similar to other streaming platforms. Their app can be used on set-top boxes, like Roku, and you can also use it on gaming consoles. Vudu was previously in charge of the production of their hardware but luckily for them, that has changed. You don’t need to subscribe to use their services.

    One thing that is interesting when it comes to Vudu, is Ultraviolet. This is a service that gives you digital versions of any physical media you previously bought. Any movies you purchased from an Ultraviolet retailer can be watched on Vudu, and your library can be shared with 5 of your friends.

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