5 Great Free Streaming Services for Roku, Fire TV, & Apple TV That You’ve Never Heard Of

Cheerful family having popcorn while watching television at homeIf you’re looking for new content without paying for another subscription, there are many great services you likely already know about like Pluto TV, Tubi, The Roku Channel, and more. Did you know though there are many more great options out there?  Today we want to take a look at some free apps for movies, TV shows, and more that you may never have heard of.

#1 Stirr

Looking for live, local news coverage? You’ll find it on Stirr. Start by selecting the city closest to you and get live coverage from local news stations, along with other news sources, sports, entertainment, movies, and more. You can find Stirr on Fire TV, Roku, and Apple TV.

#2 Crackle

Watch blockbuster films, TV episodes, and original content with Crackle. You can watch without signing in, or create an account to keep track of your watchlist on the app. You can find Crackle on the Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV.

#3 Kanopy

Sign in to Kanopy with a library card from participating libraries to access Kanopy’s content collection. In addition to movies, documentaries, and independent films, you’ll also find Kanopy Kids, a section of educational and engaging content for children. You can find Kanopy on Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV.

#4 hoopla

Another service allowing users to sign in with their library card is hoopla. hoopla brings your library’s video selection to your home, without waiting or traveling to search for your next movie. You can find hoopla on Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV.

#5 FilmRise Classics

FilmRise has several apps, dedicated to different genres. You’ll find a couple of them on this list. FilmRise Classics has classic TV shows and films including classic action, screwball comedy, and historical dramas. You can find FilmRise Classics on Roku and the Fire TV.

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