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What are the best cartoon streaming apps?

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We all have been kids who loved to watch the newest cartoon shows available. Some of us would vividly remember the days when we had no worries at all, sitting on the couch in front of our TV sets while waiting for our favorite cartoon shows to come up. As we grew up, great cartoon shows are still on the loop in a lot of channels. This time, though, our favorites can be mostly found on streaming sites as part of the best cartoon shows on Netflix and other platforms. And while we can always remember those early days of cable television, Cartoon Network, or Nickelodeon, cartoon favorites will never be out of sight.

Remembering our top titles like Tom and Jerry, Dexter's Lab or even The Powerpuff Girls brings us a special feeling. And thanks to technology and the grace of toon creators, we can still stream cartoons online using our smartphones. Of course, our kids have been brought up with these easy-click devices that instantly give instant satisfaction and we may find streaming apps just as new as it is. The fact though, that we can watch loads of past cartoon show episodes within a few clicks makes things more convenient. If you want to relive your stress-free childhood moments, we can help you. In this list, you will find the best cartoon streaming apps to make life easier for you. Whether you're looking for Adult Swim titles or the newest cartoon heroes, you'll surely find loads of them. So keep the child inside you entertained and download the best apps for watching cartoons now.  

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    1Crunchyroll

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    When it comes to one of the most popular platforms where you can watch your favorite anime, Crunchyroll is one of the best sites recommended by many. In fact, it isn't really surprising to hear that it has over 25,000 episodes and 15,000 hours of the latest and greatest anime series. And you heard it right, it does actually come with a large collection of anime, manga, and dorama. Since this is known for being a go-to source for anime-related content, its site is also designed with a system that will help you discover new anime series to make sure that you're updated with the latest releases. And the best thing about this platform? While many giant anime streaming sites let you enjoy most of its content by availing their monthly subscription, Crunchyroll is quite different in a way that it lets you enjoy a lot of its content for free. But just in case you want to have access to everything it offers in its catalog, and you want to enjoy streaming without any ads, you can also try its premium plan since it comes with a free trial.

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    2Hulu

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    Hulu is a video-on-demand service offering a huge catalog of exclusive programs, Hulu originals, and many more. It launched its live television streaming service in 2017, but it is only currently available in the United States and Japan.

  2. 3Crackle

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    Crackle, formerly known as Sony Crackle, is an over-the-top service of Sony Pictures Entertainment. It offers movies, TV series, and original content. It's available in 21 countries and accessible on devices like smartphones, smart TVs, computers, and gaming consoles.

  1. 4Pluto TV

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    Pluto TV offers you more than 100 TV channels for free. There's no month quotes, contracts, or fees. You can see movies, TV shows, events, and more in your favorite devices.

  2. 5Popcornflix

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    Launched in March 2011 by Screen Media Ventures, Popcornflix is an online streaming platform offering free, ad-supported videos. It lets its users watch a variety of shows across different genres such as drama, action, romance, etc.

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    6Sling TV

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    Sling TV is the most popular service for TV channels online because of its high-quality content and reliability. Plus, it supports Xbox, Roku, Smart TVs, desktop, and smartphones. It also streams sports like NBA and much more.

  4. 7YouTube Kids

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    YouTube Kids is a free and entertaining app for kids of all of the ages. It contains a lot of educational and recreative videos, channels and playlists that allow children to have fun.


     

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    Anonymous
    December 8, 2017
    "Well, other than the name making me want to go find some egg rolls that are good and crunchy at the local Chinese place, I'm thinking the name needs some work. Again, this seems to accommodate the anime folks out there, but what if I want to stream some GARFIELD?! There are other tastes out there for cartoons!"
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    Crunchyroll
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    Anonymous
    October 9, 2018
    "My nieces and nephews have been using this app ever since my older sister has dl-ed this on their family ipad. Everytime i come to my sister's house i always see her children watching cartoons on this and sometimes they even complain if a cartoon they want to watch isn't available for free. LOL"
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    YouTube Kids
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    Anonymous
    October 9, 2018
    "Thanks to this i no longer have to get a monthly subscription for my kids to watch cartoons. Because Pluto TV is for free that has a huge collection of cartoon movies and videos that can easily be searched and watched via the app as long as u have an internet connection."
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    Pluto TV
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    Anonymous
    December 3, 2017
    "Hulu is a fairly reasonable option if you're looking for apps to stream cartoons. I enjoyed using it for that purpose, but keep in mind if you're looking for anime, then you need to find another app."
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    Hulu
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    Anonymous
    November 29, 2017
    "Crackle has a limited selection but it does have some of my favorite cartoons like Jackie Chan Adventures. It's free though and that's pretty good."
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    Crackle
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    Anonymous
    November 30, 2017
    "This is a great idea. I really was looking forward to using this to watch cartoons. However, it has bad quality for me. Maybe its just me."
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    Sling TV
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    Anonymous
    April 14, 2018
    "This is kind of like hulu or netflix. It does have some cartoons but it has pretty much most movie genres. I like the selection"
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    Popcornflix
This list is about What are the best cartoon streaming apps
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1CrunchyrollStreaming Services 0 Paid
2HuluStreaming Services -3 Paid
3CrackleStreaming Services -3 Free
4Pluto TVApps -4 Free
5PopcornflixStreaming Services -4 Free
6Sling TVStreaming Services -4 Paid
7YouTube KidsApps -11 Free
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