Comparison of video streaming aggregators
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Video Streaming Service/Site aggregators are services that scan across multiple video streaming sites to make it easier to find Movies and/or TV shows and where they are available to stream.
These sites do not host the content but instead provide links to the service provider sites, directly to the movie or show page in many instances. Search results may also include DVD,Blu-Ray, or digital purchase/rent links, links to facilitate obtaining theater tickets, or to see ratings and reviews from other sites. Registering with these sites is usually not required although doing so can provide additional functionality such as personalized Watchlists, price tracking, and customized/saved searches. Some of these sites also have mobile apps.
|Amazon Prime Video||Subscr|
|CBS||Free-Limited & Subscr|
|Cinemax MAX GO||TV Subscr|
|Comedy Central||TV Subscr|
|The Criterion Channel||Subscr)|
|Crunchyroll||Subscr (& limited free)|
|DramaFever||Free w Ads & Subscr|
|Fox Now||TV Subscr|
|FX Now||TV Subscr|
|HBO Go||TV Subscr|
|Hoopla Digital||Library card|
|Lifetime & Lifetime Movie Ntwk||TV Subscr/Subscr|
|Microsoft Movies & TV||Rent/Own|
|Movies on Demand||TV Subscr|
|Noggin Amazon Channel||Subscr|
|PBS||TV Subscr, Limited Free|
|The Roku Channel||Free|
|Showtime Anytime||TV Subscr|
Limited Scope/Related aggregatorsEdit
Aggregator Sites in other languagesEdit
- Tviso  HQ in Spain, international version site in progress as are apps for various platforms current posts as of January 2017.
- Playpilot: Founded in Sweden and currently active in Scandinavia.
- Dondeloveo: Founded in Argentina. It covers over 280 Video Streaming Sites from over 18 countries in Latin America, as of April 2019.
Beta, discontinued, or inactive aggregatorsEdit
- Minnow (minnow.tv, listed as beta (10/24/2017)
- CanIStreamIt (canistream.it, no longer updating website, app users report no longer functions (1/31/2017)
- FilmGopher (filmgopher.com, site intro reflects beta, blog inactive for years, last tweet was 2013, site indicates a Facebook page but it doesn't exist (1/27/2017))
- FindableTV (findable.tv, out-of-date, missing, incorrect data (1/19, 1/27/2016), social sites inactive)
- FlixFindr (flixfinder.com,out-of-date, missing data (1/27/17), social sites last posts 2015)
- KinoHunt (kinohunt.com, out-of-date, app last updated Feb 2015, social sites last updated Mar 2015 (as of 1/27/2017)
- Watchily (watchi.ly, was listed as "beta", found in-active (Jan 2017))
- WatchItStream (watchitstream.com)
- Jabid (not found except reference that Jabid.com was "up for sale" (Jan 2017))
- fan.tv (discontinued in April 2018)
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