It’s been a long time since I’ve paid for cable or satellite. My husband and I have been using our Roku device along with paid and free TV apps to stream our favorite shows and movies for years. It’s unbelievably easy to watch TV without cable!
But even the cost of those subscription services like Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, and the like can add up. It’s worth taking a look at the free TV apps out there to help trim your budget even further.
Yes, you might have to sit through some ad breaks and commercials, but you can save hundreds of dollars each year by utilizing these free TV apps instead. (And if you use the commercial breaks to do some sit-ups, think of how awesome your abs will be!)
You’ll just need an internet connection and a way to stream the apps on your TV, like a smart TV or streaming device. These apps are super simple to set up, and most don’t even require you to have an account. They’re all perfectly legal, too.
Free TV Apps
Don’t shell out beaucoup bucks each month paying for cable or satellite, or even a bunch of different streaming channels. There are plenty of free TV apps out available that provide a variety of content for all ages and interests.
Anything that you can watch on YouTube can also be streamed to your TV. It’s super simple with the YouTube app!
I often call YouTube a black hole, because there is so much content available on there – for FREE! You can even find full-length movies and television shows on there. There’s enough to make the whole family happy.
Log in to your YouTube account to access your subscribed channels, watch and search history, and the like. Otherwise, you can use the guest account to keep it separate from your regular account.
My husband likes to watch his favorite fishing shows via YouTube, and my son watches other kids playing Minecraft. (How that’s interesting, I’ll never know.)
The app is very easy to use and understand. There are ads, just like “normal” YouTube, but they’re not that bad and you can usually skip them quickly.View Post