Best android apps for watching movies 2012


Smartphone makers have maintained high-end specification standards along with features such as advanced screen types, high resolution and sleek exteriors. All these capabilities strive to offer users a complete on-the-go experience. While smartphones turn into entertainment hubs, the Android Market aka Google Play has an array of streaming apps that work in tandem with the superior hardware set. We’ve picked 5 movies and TV streaming apps, which you’ll find quite handy.Some people say that smart phones are slowly killing televisions as a source of viewing content, but we believe that the two go hand in hand. After all, you don’t have to choose one over the other. Being the nice folks we are, we decided to find you the very best Android apps that will enhance your TV and film viewing experience. This following list features Android apps that make watching TV and films better, and also apps that allow you to watch TV and films. Oh and they’re all free! But there’s a catch. Movie/TV contents are available for US, UK, Canadian (and sometimes Australian) audience ONLY!

Crunchyroll – Free

This app is for anime fans fond of watching Naruto Shippuden, Bleach, Shugo Chara!, and so on. It allows users to watch the latest anime from Japan in English, and you will also find Asian Drama. The famous Japanese anime will come with English subtitles and one can even watch new episodes an hour after they are aired in Japan, on Android over Wi-Fi or 3G/ 4G. Most episodes are free, while some may need a paid subscription. A few are restricted due to licensing constraints.

BigFlix – Free
This is the place to watch desi flicks. This free app plays blockbuster movies, the latest trailers, and music videos on Android. It allows users to watch movies as often as they want, and also choose from more than hundreds of full length popular movies. Movies are available in regional languages such as Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Bengali, as well as in English. Recently, BigFlix partnered with Reliance to offer premium full length movies to its 3G subscribers at Rs. 30 per movie. Tablet users can opt for the BigFlix for Tablet.

TV Guide
For those old enough to remember, there used to be a handful of channels available to watch so looking at what was on was pretty easy. If you tried looking at what was on each channel today from start to finish, you’d never make it out alive.Thankfully the TV Guide app allows you to quickly browse channels so you don’t have to channel hop laboriously or fiddle with on-screen TV guides which are usually slow loading. Quickly see what’s on TV, manage your favorite channels and set up reminders for your favorite shows. Plus, get breaking entertainment news from

Internet Movie Database commonly known as IMDB needs no introduction, it’s the go to website for finding out about any film or TV series, no matter how old or obscure it is. If you stumble upon a film or TV show you’ve never heard of before, then this IMDB app will allow you to check ratings, read reviews and see who stars in it too.The cool notifications feature gives you updates on selected actors, directors and so on, so you’ll be the first to know when they’re starting or starring in a new project, you’ll get to see the trailers and press photos as well.

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