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The Best Ways to Watch Anime Online


The Best Ways to Watch Anime Online

The Best Ways to Watch Anime Online

Longtime anime fans may remember a bleak time when finding quality shows to watch at their own convenience was more difficult than trying to make complete sense of FLCL. Fortunately, the age of streaming has made everything much easier and provided fans with multiple online havens to choose from for their viewing pleasure. Now the plight of an anime fan has changed. Rather than just trying their best to avoid getting a virus from illegal downloads or just crossing their fingers for somewhat acceptable picture quality, anyone who loves anime is faced with a large variety of different options to choose from. It’s a nice problem to have, but a problem nonetheless. While Crunchyroll is easily one of the most popular options for streaming your favorite shows, there are other services that you should consider depending on what exactly you’re looking to get out of an online viewing experience.


Crunchyroll is easily one of the most popular streaming platforms for anime and it’s not hard to see why. Crunchyroll is typically one of the first to update its content and often has new episodes available as quickly as one hour after its initial broadcast in Japan. Keep in mind, however, that new content will always become available for paying subscribers first before it will be released to other users with free accounts.

With so much content to choose from, it can be hard to figure out where to begin. Fortunately, Crunchyroll is an extremely user-friendly platform that makes you appreciate the value of a great homepage and user profiles. The homepage helps you keep up to date on upcoming anime series, new episodes being released for ongoing series, and the latest news regarding anime and manga. You don’t have to sign up for a Crunchyroll account to start streaming but having an account, even if it’s the free version, is still the best way to get the most out of your experience by having the option to keep up with where you are in a certain series and build up a queue of other shows that you want to dive into later.

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