There’s no disputing that when it relates to on-demand television shows and movies, we’re spoiled for choice at the moment. Thanks to the introduction of streaming video applications and services, there is much more material than before, and it’s all available whenever and however we really want, at home on TVs and computers, or on the go on your smartphone. Only one issue is deciding which one(s) to go with.
The market is becoming increasingly congested. Netflix may have amassed a large number of members in recent years, but now it faces stiff competition from Amazon Prime Video as well as Disney+. The best streaming sites deliver better-than-ever picture as well as audio quality – with 4K, HDR, but also Dolby Atmos – as well as a large selection of feature films, TV series, documentaries, and other content, bolstered by such an increased number of original content established to drive streaming subscriptions.
So, what are the finest TV and movie streaming services? Continue reading to learn about the benefits and drawbacks of each service.
The House of Mouse has snuck into the streaming party, stealing few of Netflix’s (and Amazon Prime Video’s) lustre (and content).
Which not only has a long history of masterpieces (think Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Dumbo, and so on), but it also has contemporary classics like the Broadway blockbuster Hamilton and the mega hit Frozen.
Oh, and Disney’s subsidiaries Lucasfilm (Star Wars), Marvel, Pixar (the Toy Story brand), National Geographic, and Star all have offers. That’s quite a challenge. But how about the service itself? It’s excellent in every way.
There’s a lot of 4K HDR stuff to choose from, and you can download it all to your smartphone and watch it on the move. The audio technologies 5.1 and Dolby Atmos are included in the bundle, and the service is simple to use. It also works with a variety of devices, including web browsers, cellphones, tablets, streaming dongles, and gaming consoles. All of this provides a lot of fun for everyone, not just the youngsters.