Lists

What are the best dubbed anime apps for Android?

  1. Free Trial

    1Hulu

    -1

    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.

Keep Binging

Keep Binging

  1. Free Trial

    2Netflix

    -6

    Netflix is a video-on-demand platform where you can watch movies and TV shows and start streaming from your Windows or Mac computer, smart devices such as smartphones and tablets as well as on your home gaming consoles.

  2. Free Trial

    3Crunchyroll

    -7

    Crunchyroll is a platform where you can watch your favorite animes. It has over 25,000 episodes and 15,000 hours of the latest and greatest anime series available, including a system that will help you discover new animes. 

  1. Free Trial

    4Funimation

    -7

    FUNimation has more than 400 active titles and has established itself as the leading company for home video sales of Japanese animation in the United States. FUNimation is also a free anime mobile app for both iOS and Android users.

  2. Unavailable

    This item is no longer available. This could be due to the product being discontinued. If you still want to know more about it, click on Learn More.

    5Viewster

    -9

    Viewster is a free entertainment app that contains a catalog of movies, television series, anime, gaming series, documentaries, and more. It is compatible with iOS and Android devices as well as Smart TV, Chromecast, and Apple TV. 

Keep Binging

Keep Binging

Related Topics

Popular Now

  1. anime games

    What are the best otome games for Android?

  2. Lists

    What are the safest anime sites?

  3. Lists

    What are the best anime websites?

DID YOU KNOW

Did you know that the creators of Android, the world's best-selling operating system, had difficulties in getting investors to back the project and were facing eviction from their office? In an article in the Business Insider, Android co-creator Andy Rubin said he and his team could not even pay rent in their office since their project failed to attract enough investment, until Rubin's friend and communication technology expert Steven Perlman donated $10,000 to the project and later added an undisclosed amount to keep Rubin's idea afloat. In July 2005, Android's potential as a gamechanger in the operating system industry was noticed by Google, which later acquired the company for a reported $50 million. The partnership became mutually beneficial since both Android and Google increased in net worth since the acquisition. Android has evolved into one of the pioneers in integrating its sweet-named operating system (Android versions are named after snacks like KitKat, Oreo, and Nougat)  with not only phones and tablets, but also with televisions and automobiles, while Google dominated the mobile world, with Google Play Store having the largest app library with 3.5 million apps, and having more than 2 billion active users per month as of May 2017.

What's New

  1. Lists

    What are the best anime to watch for free on RetroCrush?

  2. Lists

    What are the best All Might quotes from My Hero Academia?

  3. Lists

    Which are the worst anime fight scenes?

  4. my hero-academia

    What are the worst quirks in My Hero Academia?

5 comments

  • #1
    A
    Anonymous
    July 19, 2018
    "No doubt that Crunchyroll is among the top apps for watching english-dubbedf animes. They are one of the few sites that LEGALLY offer an animet streaming. Simulcasting anime shows is one of theor strengths. Moreover, considering that my internet speed is not that speed, contents load faster than illegal sties. In comparison with Netflx, I can honestly say they have larger selection of anime. The subscription fee is pretty cheap "
    Refering to:
    3
    Crunchyroll
  • #2
    A
    Anonymous
    July 19, 2018
    "I understand that not all people are willing to spend money on premium subscription so I think funimation is a great option for them. You know why? Because although the free service has some annoying ads, and limited access, the videos you are gonna encounter are in standard definition. In my case, I am willing to spend for my anime to watch em dubbed in English. The premium subscription is ad-free and hd!"
    Refering to:
    4
    Funimation
  • #3
    A
    Anonymous
    July 19, 2018
    "This is one of the apps that are convenient for me as I can access it through my Apple Tv and even android-powered smart tvs. It is a free streaming website/app so do not expect so much quality as some of the uploads are commonly in loq uality. I am sometimes bothered by the ads but who am I to complain for it's free service. If you are wondering if this is legit, YES, IT IS A LEGIT STREAMING STITE."
    Refering to:
    5
    Viewster
  • #4
    A
    Anonymous
    February 15, 2019
    "I'm on my third day of the free-trial perio of hulu, so far, I am convinced that I am going to have my first subsription very very soon. My favorite anime naruto is in hulu and they have the entire dubbed episodes of Shippuden. The only thing I don’t like about hulu is that it doenst allow me to watch my animes offline later. But it is great."
    Refering to:
    1
    Hulu
  • #5
    A
    Anonymous
    November 9, 2017
    "Netflix is something I can't live without at this point. It has a great selection of shows and even some anime. It dubs some anime that isn't in English."
    Refering to:
    2
    Netflix
This list is about What are the best dubbed anime apps for Android
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1HuluStreaming Services -1 Paid
2NetflixStreaming Services -6 Paid
3CrunchyrollStreaming Services -7 Paid
4FunimationStreaming Services -7 Paid
5ViewsterWebsites -9 Free
Close

This action requires you to be logged in

Ooops, you can't comment at this time. We can't wait to hear your voice again soon!

Close

Join These Inquisitive Minds

Engage, learn and share with a friendly community versed in a massive range of trending topics.