Crackle offers a good selection of free movies and TV shows, but you'll have to suffer through annoying ads and a lack of search tools.
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Ahead of an Amazon event where the e-commerce giant is expected to unveil its own streaming media device, Google's TV dongle gets three more content-streaming apps.
The new content helps pad the video-streaming device’s much talked about, but limited, voice search options.
The set-top box has slowly but surely increased its programming over the last several months, and now even more content has been added.
Crackle lays out TV shows and movies in a grid, or you can view them in list view for quick scanning of titles.
We take a look at Crackle for Android, an free app that lets you stream popular movies and TV shows on demand.
The smartphone version is here now, and the tablet version is coming soon. Crackle serves up some decent content, and the only price you pay is watching the occasional commercial.
OK, so the selection is a little limited. But let me just say this: 10 classic "Seinfeld" episodes. What more do you need to know?
Sony Pictures Entertainment's Crackle full online video content is on its way to the PlayStation 3, Roku set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, and other devices.
The site, which competes with Hulu, is targeting men aged 18 to 34 with a now-heftier list of full-length films. What's unclear is whether the same flicks will head to YouTube.