The one reason that Android is gaining so much popularity around the world is because of the incredible diversity of applications it offers. The Android market is full of apps capable of doing amazing things. TV/Video streaming apps are always hot favorites, for who doesn’t love watching a bit of media on the move? Everyone loves to watch videos and their favorite TV series while on the go. We here at Android Authority have brought you an awesome list of some of the best TV/video streaming apps available at the Android market now! Check it out below.
Giant Bomb Beta
Download Giant Bomb Beta here
VLC Stream and Convert
It is amazing to see how one app manages videos from the world’s most popular video service. You will get better results by letting your browser handle the links. Your videos will stream in Flash-free WebM/HTML5 format, and you’ll sometimes have your pick of higher-quality streams. Compared to the memory size, battery use, and load time of Flash, it’s a pretty nice alternative. If your YouTube links are automatically loading in the YouTube app, head to your Settings, into Applications, then click the YouTube app and press the “Clear Defaults” button.
It’s also a free app in the market, download it here.
It’s a free app in the market. Download it here.
TV Show Stream
The application scours the internet for hundreds of TV-shows episode links capable of being played on your Android phone. The search results are shown in an easy to understand format, and sure, it’s 5 bucks, but it’s well worth it in our opinion. It should be known that there is debate regarding the legality of this particular app, so just so you know, you can’t expect it to work forever.
I think this app is perfect for anyone and can be used just about anywhere. Just remember, this app does require streaming videos over the Internet, and it’s quite data intensive at that – so if you don’t have an unlimited data plan, you may want to access some nearby WiFi. Also, keep a charger nearby–this application can, and definitely will, drain your battery.
It’s a free app in the market, and you can download it here.
So that’s some of the best streaming apps for Android currently available. Any we missed? Any that you love especially?