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One of the cool things you get to do with your smartphone’s and tablets is the ability to watch movies, videos and read eBook’s on the go. There are already hundreds of apps and services available for your mobile entertainment like Netflix, LoveFilm and many more. But those apps usually takes up a lot of bucks from your wallet, so most mobile users usually stays away from those apps. My question is, why do you spend money when you can watch TV, movies and read eBook’s for free without even touching your wallet?
That’s why I’ve decided to list up the top 5, most famous and the best free apps in the market, guaranteed to offer unlimited free entertainment on your mobile device. Check out the list and don’t hesitate to download.
One of the most famous among the entertainment apps. This free app allows its’ users to view and cat-up with most of the BBC networks’ shows, stream videos and listen to the radio on the go. The strong and the wide archive of content keeps users entertained for an unlimited amount of time.
Kobo is a well-known eBook reader app among all the mobile users. Even the iOS users likes to replace the default iBooks app with this one because Kobo makes reading fun. It gives out badges and rewards as you completes reading achievements and also lets users to keep a log of their reading history. Kobo has a base of over 1 million free eBooks.
Probably the best free app for watching movies and TV shows. This one lets you watch hundreds of movies and TV shows that are not so much popular among the crowd. It’s not exactly like the Netflix but for a free app this one is really worth installing.
NFB Films app is brought to you by the National Film Board of Canada. This app lets you choose from more than 1000 film titles and stream them right on your mobile device for free. You can only watch Canadian content but there are lots of fun things to watch there. You wont regret installing this app.
This app lets you select from over 50 popular UK channels and stream free-to-view shows on your mobile device. Users can choose from channels including BBC One, ITV, Channel 4, Five, Dave, CBeebies, 4Music and many more.
TV Catchup app is available for iOS devices but it’s still not available on Android. You can download the app from iTunes for free.