The next generation of streaming devices is getting closer to being released, and with that comes a whole new set of apps that will help you stream a whole lot of movies and TV shows without the hassle of installing a cable subscription.
You may not be able to watch your favorite movies in full, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find something you can watch in one sitting.
You can find streaming video on the iPad with a simple, yet convenient, app called Plex.
The app lets you view a collection of movies on your iPad, and if you have an iPad Mini, you can use the built-in front-facing camera to get a more natural, cinematic look of the screen.
Plex is designed to be easy to use, and the interface is easy to navigate through.
It comes in at just a few hundred lines of code, and it’s open source, so anyone can try it out.
It’s a great way to browse through your library, but it’s also a great time to pick up some new content.
Here are a few of the most popular Plex apps for your viewing pleasure: Amazon Video: Plex’s most popular app for streaming content.
It lets you watch and rent movies and television shows in a variety of formats, including 1080p, 1080p HDR, and 4K.
If you’re on a tight budget, Plex also lets you rent and download movies and videos to your Mac or PC.
Netflix: If you like watching movies and shows from Netflix, Plex is the one app for you.
It also lets users watch movies and tv shows from other apps, including Hulu Plus.
Amazon Video (free): Plex’s free app lets users stream movies and movies-only content to their iPad.
Netflix (free, ad-supported): Plex lets users enjoy streaming movies and music on their iPad through an ad-based subscription.
Hulu Plus (free and ad-free): Hulu Plus lets you stream streaming video content from other services and add-ons.
Apple TV: Plex has been one of the best streaming apps on Apple TV for a while now.
Now, Apple TV is getting its own app called Movies.
The main difference between the two is that Movies has a subscription-based pricing model that lets users pay for movies and showtimes separately.
You get access to all your favorite content on your device, and you can also add and download more content for a monthly fee.
Netflix has a similar pricing model, and that’s why it’s one of my favorites.
It will let you watch movies on both your Apple TV and iPhone at the same time.
Amazon Fire TV: The Amazon Fire HDX and Fire TV Stick come with Plex on board.
This means that you can stream Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, and more.
HuluPlus (free) and Amazon Instant (free), with ad-blocking: Hulu Plus comes with Plex so you can add and watch your shows, movies, and TV episodes on your Apple Fire TV, Fire TV 2, and Fire HD.
Amazon Prime Video: If Plex isn’t your cup of tea, you’ll also find the free Amazon Prime video app for your Fire TV.
Plex also has a free app called Amazon Video for viewing on your Fire or Fire TV 4, but you’ll need to subscribe to Amazon Prime to use that feature.
Netflix is also getting a free Netflix app.
Hulu+ (free but ad-backed): Hulu+ lets you see your favorite shows and movies on all your devices at the click of a button.
Netflix+ (subscription-based): Netflix+ lets users view movies and video content on their Fire TV and Fire Stick.
Amazon Instant Streaming (subscriptions start at $8.99 per month): Amazon Instant streaming is one of Plex’s biggest draws.
It gives you access to movies and sports on both devices, and adds ad-cutting features.
Hulu is also one of its most popular, but its free version lets you skip ads and access content in other ways.
Apple Watch: Plex for the Apple Watch is a free, ad supported app for watching and renting movies and media from Apple devices.
Amazon TV: Amazon’s own app, Plex for Apple TV, is a great Plex app for viewing and renting content.
Plex for Mac (subscriber-based and ad free): Plex for macOS has a new app called Netflix for Mac that gives you a more traditional movie viewing experience.
You also get access access to Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime, so you don’t have to subscribe for that service.
Netflix for Apple Watch (subscribers start at £10.99/month): Netflix for the Watch has a few things going for it, like a subscription plan that lets you access movies and more, but the best part is that it also lets subscribers watch movies directly on the Watch.
Plex (sub subscription-only, ad free) and Apple TV (sub subscribers start at free): This is an ad supported version of Plex, but Plex for iOS and Plex for OS