Watch Free Movies with Tubi Streaming Service
Stuck at home in Singapore this “Circuit Breaker” period with nothing much to do? Worry not! Tropika Club checks out the various free things that you can do. Tubi is an ad-supported complimentary steaming service that many people are curious about, particularly after Fox bought Tubi for $440 million. Tubi provides over 20,000 old TV shows and films to watch for free. Their library holds content from studios including Paramount, MGM and Lionsgate and networks including A&E, Lifetime and Starz. The company states it has 25 million active monthly viewers that spend over 160 million hours a month watching content on Tubi.
Tubi is a video streaming support, not unlike Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video along with others, using a vast library of tv shows and films you can stream from your phone, smart TV or even streaming device for free. The only catch is that you’ll need to watch some ads while you flow its content.
Yes, Tubi is really free. No lie. It may be difficult to fathom in a world dominated by fear of piracy that a streaming video service could be free and legal, however, yes, Tubi is legal. The key ingredient in Tubi’s business model is advertising. The company is attempting to use the charm of”complimentary” to attract an increasing number of people to its services. It then charges advertisers to connect with those clients. Those advertisements run before and through a movie or tv show, so you will definitely be watching them often. They are not so bad, though — at 15 minutes to 30 seconds, it is not hard to get through them. But they’re unskippable, so in the event that you try to race them through, you won’t be able to.
Tubi TV and movies
Tubi’s library dimensions of more than 20,000 movies and television shows is surprisingly large for a service that has not yet reached mainstream status such as Netflix and Hulu. Tubi managed to collect that content by partnering with over 250 suppliers, including Hollywood heavyweights Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM. You’ll also find programming from A&E, Complex Networks and others.
Concerning the real shows and movies, it’s a bit of a mixed bag. There are a few downright popular choices on the service, like Hell’s Kitchen, Duck Dynasty and many others. However, on the movie front, you won’t locate the latest and greatest hits.
Tubi has a convenient Most Popular section, which provides you some insight into the most well-known films it gives. As of this writing, the 2011 Johnny Depp movie Rango is tops, followed by Pride and Glory; the documentaries Little Girls: Atlanta, Lionheart, Rock Dog and Congo are also sitting on top of the list. You’ll also discover a host of categories that aim to assist you to find content you like.
Arguably, Tubi’s most intriguing category is “Not on Netflix,” a collection of movies and TV shows , for one reason or another, you can not get on Netflix.