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Posted 6/26/14 , edited 6/26/14
I'm watching M3 the dark metal on Daisuki, the only streaming service which offers that title legally.
Funimation(no ads, but small catalog) = Hulu+(ads, but large catalog)
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Netflex is the way to go for me.
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Here's some services that have a lot of the stuff that's on Hulu:

The Anime Network http://www.theanimenetwork.com/Watch-Online (I think they originally only use their own player, but it looks like their free [subbed] offerings use Hulu now. Since they have their own subscription service, I'm guessing the premium videos [dubbed] run on their own player, and would be ad-free. I've never used it or heard of anyone using it, but I've considered it before.)

Crackle http://www.crackle.com/c/anime

Viki.com (legal fansub site - been ages since I've been on there, so I don't know what their catalog looks like now)


Animesols.com has a small selection of classic anime, and they're currently ad-free (but you have to register to watch)
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Well I mainly use Crunchyroll, but I also have Madmands Entertainment's AnimeLab on hand.
Well I haven't bothered with Hulu+ Netflix or Funimation yet. Besides they officially unavaliable here in Australia.

Other than the Remastered Sailor Moon I have no real reason to check out other sites.
Besides which It's just about an almost Guaranteed that Sailor moon & Sailor Moon Crystal be released as DVD/BD here & I shall make sure I collect them all, thou I still be watching crystal here as well.
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Crackle is pretty decent, and entirely free with optional premium membership.
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I mainly use Crunchyroll, but I also use Netflix, which doesn't have that big of an anime selection but has some nevertheless. Those are the ones I pay for. I also the free Hulu.com to watch some Funimation licensed anime like Railgun S or selector infected WIXOSS which is the only way to watch it free legitimately. (It isn't HD though.) Sometimes if you are lucky, the series you are looking into has been uploaded onto YouTube in HD with subs/dubs. I have watched Clannad, Kanon, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya movie, and others through YouTube.
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Posted 6/27/14
You can always * cough * cough* Piratebay * cough * *cough * Yarrrrrr
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Posted 6/27/14

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I'd recommend Funimation. They get some of the simulcasts that CR doesn't get and they have a more extensive backlog of anime than CR. There streaming services have improved and I'd say they are currently as good as CRs. They use to be terrible, but they've gotten their act together in the streaming department. I use their website, android app, and Xbox 360 app for streaming funimation streams well on all of them.

Hulu plus is pretty good, and you can stream most of their stuff for free if you just watch it on the computer. However, you do have to deal with the ads, even if you do pay.

Netfix has some good anime available, but their catalog is much smaller than CR's or Funimation's.

Oh, and if you have Amazon Prime, they have some anime on their streaming service as well. Their interface for finding shows isn't that great, but if you are already a prime member it is free.


Do they only have an android app or are there things for iOS as well?
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it's too bad Hulu has commercials for their paid service, because they have a good collection. why do they do that anyway...

Funimation has a lot of titles, I personally have never been able to get their streaming to work properly even with a premium trial, but I'd give it a try anyway.

Then there's Netflix. Probably the best way to go.
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