Friday, June 02, 2017

Thanks to the Internet we can now movies and TV cloud for all types of devices, from mobile phones to computers (and yes, even on your TV) stream. Now that streaming video turned out to be extremely popular, dozens of online streaming services arrived on the stage, everyone is competing for your attention and your money. Describe any transmission services it would be almost impossible, but here is my top five list of the most popular services out there.

ITunes: For Apple Enthusiasts

Like most Apple products that want to love or hate iTunes. If you already have Apple products, using iTunes is a good way to sync all videos, music, and books to all devices.

Supported devices: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, PC / Mac

Price: $ 0.99 for rental TV, launches movie rentals at $ 2.99

Option: iTunes has a good choice for buying; Rents are slower than some other provider updates

Vudu: For Videophile

Vudu began life in 2008 as a box provided through the internet offering HD movies. If you want high quality content, this is the service for you. In addition to 3D content it has to offer, Vudu also has a high-quality video service. The catch is that this service can be expensive.

Supported devices: Android, iPad, Roku, HDTV / Blu-ray, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC / Mac

Price: $ 2 for 2 days in selected titles, more titles start from $ 4.99 for HD and $ 5.99 for HDX (1080p HD) and usually in the last 24 hours

Option: You have thousands of choices and most titles are available on the same day that DVDs in stores

Amazon Instant Video: Nice Thinking

Amazon began selling a digital media service. They moved to the Amazon Instant video, and departed from the content you received for transmission. To access the Amazon Instant videos, you can subscribe to Amazon Prime, you can access some content for free, according to the annual subscription. You can buy more content.

While the list of Amazon videos is growing rapidly, the amount of content on the same level as Netflix or Hulu is not. However, Amazon has some unique features that are unique to this platform: free shipping for two days and overnight shipping to all Amazon's main products reduced and even free monthly rent books from the Amazon Prime Loan Library.

Supported devices: Kindle Fire, iPad, Nook, Roku, HDTV / Blu-ray, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, Wii U, PC / Mac, and more.

Price: $ 79 subscription to Amazon Prime, start programs on TV $ 1.39 for rental and $ 1.99 to start movies from $ 3.99 at 14.99 for rental and $ inherently

Choice: have a reasonable number of shows and old films, there is also a good selection of BBC programs. While they have some new movies available to Amazon Prime members, they may require most of them to pay

Hulu Plus for TV Junkie

Hulu Plus started out as a TV broadcast and while offering some movies, it is the reason for about Hulu Plus TV shows to see. The platform offers a larger TV series than any other service, especially the latest episodes, and most of these content can be viewed without commercial. Hulu also offers free services the new episodes of hit television programs to be transmitted, but it is only available on your computer.

Supported devices: Android, iPhone, iPad, Roku, Apple TV, HDTV / Blu-ray, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, Wii U, PC / Mac

Price: $ 7.99 monthly subscription

Choice: the best choice of TV shows by any provider. HD quality is not as high as some vendors, but the signature and inexpensive availability on almost all devices make Netflix a must for any movie or TV enthusiast.

Supported devices: Android, iPhone, iPad, Nook, Roku, HDTV / Blu-ray, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, Wii U, PC / Mac and more

Price: $ 7.99 monthly subscription

Option: With a variety of TV shows and a selection of positive giant movies, Netflix has the best choice of general videos.

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