If you're a sniper, you already have a few different options to watch free commercials. In order to be out of date, YouTube is also participating in fray.
While less than legal movies on YouTube, something the company has been trying to fight for many years, the new way is legal, high quality and offers a decent selection of movies.
YouTube's Free to Watch section is available to watch any device that supports YouTube playback, which includes most smart TVs, set-top boxes and game consoles. The movies are not super recent, but there are a variety of genres, including children's movies. With Thanksgiving coming this week, it's good to be able to entertain the whole family without spending any money.
If you want to spend some money, experience will be even better. YouTube Premium lets you watch YouTube without seeing any ads, and it includes these free movies. YouTube Premium goes to $ 12 per month and includes other benefits like unlimited music playback with YouTube Music (or Google Play Music), to play videos in the background or when the screen turns off and downloading some videos. Unfortunately, it seems that any of these free movies can be downloaded for offline playback, so you need to keep an Internet connection to be able to stream them.
Outside YouTube, there are other free options like The Roku Channel, which offers even more movies and TV shows available on the web, smartphones and Roku devices. It has a different catalog than YouTube does, so there is no harm in mixing and matching depending on what your household wants to look at.
If you have not subscribed to YouTube Premium before, you can have one month free trial. With the holidays it will be an easy way to keep the whole family wonderful!
via The Verge