After releasing on other major platforms earlier this year, Amazon’s free streaming service IMDb TV now has its own dedicated app for the iPhone, iPad, and Android.
IMDb TV is a dedicated site for free, ad-supported movies and series, as well as Amazon Studios’ own devoted originals. Previously, IMDb TV’s content was only available through the main IMDb app, and there was no independent streaming app for iOS or Android. The content is still available to stream on IMDb, according to a spokesman, but the new IMDb TV app was “built for the streaming experience.”
Even if its originals have struggled to make as much of an impact as titles from other premium providers, IMDb TV’s content portfolio is rather impressive. If you don’t mind commercials, the site has a ton of free content to stream, including documentaries, science fiction titles, dramas, and enough TV to binge. The service presently has Mad Men, How to Train Your Dragon, Schitt’s Creek, and Lost available to stream.
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IMDb TV will also exclusively stream some live-action and animated pictures from Universal following their release in cinemas and a brief pay-one premiere on Peacock, thanks to a recently announced arrangement with the studio.
The app was previously available on Fire TV, Roku, Xbox, Android TV, Android TV OS devices, newer LG Smart TVs, PlayStation 4, Chromecast with Google TV, and Nvidia Shield, among other streaming devices and smart TVs. Within the Prime Video experience, it’s also available as a free channel.