What are the best dubbed anime apps for iPhone or iPad?

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8 solutions
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    #1Anime Amino

    Anime Amino

    Anime Amino is the perfect social network for manga lovers: you can explore and discover new manga titles, share your favorite ones, comment mangas with other manga lovers from around the world and meet new people as passionate about manga as you!


    iOS, Android


    Theresa Burke
    Written on November 10, 2017
    "I've never been one for Anime, but i installed this for a friend because she said it was great. I played around a bit with it but don't really understand the anime thing. But most people who install it seem to really like it, it keeps them close to like minded anime fans."
  2. -3
    Free Trial



    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.

    Streaming Services

    Varies by Plan

    Christopher Burton
    Written on November 12, 2017
    "I am a huge fan of Anime and I am trying to get my friend into it but the language barrier is too much for him to get going. Well thanks to Netflix I have been able to get my friend to sit down and follow a few episodes of my favorite animes and now we can watch them together! I imagine soon enough my friend will be as hooked as I am and we will always have Anime available when we have some time to kill."
  3. -5



    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. 



    Hao Cao
    Written on October 8, 2018
    "So this isn't a really common place for anime but surprisingly it has a lot of anime to choose from may it be subbed or dubbed which is pretty great!"
  1. -5



    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 currently, it is only available in the United States and Japan.


    $5.99- Varies by plan

    Stephanie Anderson
    Written on October 8, 2018
    "I wish there were more selection of anime to choose from but I can say that a lot of the all-time favorites are here so I still think it's a cool place to visit if you're beginning to binge watch anime series."
  2. -6
    Free Trial



    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. 


    $7.99- 1 month

    Adam Cox
    Written on October 8, 2018
    "I have always preferred dubbed anime over subs because the subs i often encounter are far too small for me to read and they're always almost inaccurate. Crunchyroll has a great library of dubbed anime so far heh"
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    Kitsu is a free mobile application wherein you can track and watch the latest anime. This provides hundreds of anime and manga titles, and a social network to discover new mangas, and share your favorite ones with your fellow anime fans.


    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Jeremy Stone
    Written on November 7, 2017
    "This app is really useful for all the anime fans. You can see upcoming series, and get the current ratings as well."
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    AnimeLab is an anime mobile application and website where users can watch thousands of anime shows with English dubs or subtitles and fast-tracked simulcast shows directly from Japan in high definition.


    Web, Android, iOS

    Varies by plan

    Paul Watkins
    Written on October 8, 2018
    "I absolutely love this app for dubbed anime that is super awesome because it's not easy to find a place with accurately dubbed anime! This is it guyz"
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    Free Trial



    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.


    $5.99- Varies by plan

    Vicente Vásquez
    Written on October 8, 2018
    "I love this place now it has so many dubbed anime in english i'm not very good at english that is why it is very helpful that there is a lot of dubbed anime that i really like 👍"


Best What are the best dubbed anime apps for iPhone or iPad
1Anime Amino Apps -2 Free
2NetflixStreaming Services -3 Paid
3ViewsterWebsites -5 Free
4HuluWebsites -5 Paid
5CrunchyrollWebsites -6 Paid
6KitsuApps -6 Free
7AnimeLabApps -11 Free
8FUNimationWebsites -13 Paid

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