7 More Completely Free Streaming Services and Apps

With so many new streaming services popping up, it may feel like you have to dish out hundreds of dollars every month in order to watch all your favorite shows and movies. However, there are quite a few free streaming services out there to enjoy!

Stream all of your favorite NBCUniversal shows, such as Parks and Recreation, Below Deck, Friday Night Lights, 30 Rock and more! They also have a large collection of other movies and TV shows ready to watch. You can also watch Peacock-exclusive channels. All you need to do to start watching is sign up with your email and password!

You can watch hundreds of movies and TV shows on IMBD TV’s website, any Fire TV device or within the Prime Video app. Their library is constantly updating to bring you the best TV and movie content for free!

If you have a Roku device, you have to check out The Roku Channel. Every month they have a different selection of TV shows and movies to stream for free. You can also stream live news, and Roku-exclusive live TV channels. Find The Roku Channel on any Roku device or on the Roku mobile app.

Sling TV is a cable-replacement streaming service with several paid subscription options, however they now offer Sling TV Free! All you have to do is download the app on your smart TV or Android device and start watching…no sign up required. Through Sling TV Free, you can stream certain live TV channels and a large library on-demand TV and movies.

YouTube isn’t just for videos anymore! Anyone can stream music playlists and stations for free on YouTube Music, with no sign up required. Also, download their mobile app to stream YouTube Music on the go.

Thanks to the power of Amazon, thousands of playlists and podcasts are at your fingertips for free! You don’t need an Amazon Prime membership to use Amazon Music; you just need to sign up for an Amazon account with your email. As a bonus, if you are an Amazon Prime member, you get access to 70 million songs, ad-free!

Check with your local library to see if they have free digital resources available to cardholders, such as Hoopla or Kanopy. Many libraries offer these services that allow you to stream movies, TV shows and music using your library card. If you don’t have a library card, many libraries let you to register for a library card on their website.

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