Can you imagine yourself stuck inside the house for days without Wi-Fi? How can you start your movie or series binge-watching then? Well, if you've been able to download and save your titles before an internet issue came up, then this shouldn't be that big of a deal. You also got to face the fact that internet availability still runs low in a lot of instances and in such times, a good app and your device are your best friends. There are already a good number of apps that would let you save your favorite shows and movies for offline watching. You just have to find the real good ones, and with that, we could be of help. So, if you're just like our good friend, Matthew Quick, who may want to save those shows and movies for later, then feel free to browse the best offline movie apps on this list.
With too much amazing content you'll find on Netflix, binge-watching is very likely. And when you want to store and save lots of episodes all at once, all you need to do is get the platform's app version and select from those titles you want to download. Not all titles on Netflix are downloadable but there's a good chance your favorites are not one of those. So, give it a try!
When you're an Android device user who also wants to take movies on-the-go, then Google Play lets you do exactly just that. Imagine being able to save movies on up to five different devices? The app would still work the same even for iPhone users, as long as you really won't need to purchase movies.
Hotstar has just recently expanded its catalog to include more Western channels. This also means that there are more titles for you to potentially watch and download too. Most of their downloadable movies and shows fall on the not-so recent category, but it could still be helpful if you get to check each title individually.
Found a free movie that you were able to save on your phone? Chances are, you've done this on YouTube. Its app probably has the most user-friendly interface you'll find, letting you download videos with one click. The thing is, you have to consume your video within 30 days before it disappears from your device.
|2||Amazon Prime Video||Streaming Services||14||Paid|
|3||Google Play Movies & TV||Streaming Services||8||Paid|
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