It’s a pretty well-documented fact that the number of streaming services is too damn high. The TV shows and movies that you actually want to watch are likely spread out among a dozen different services, making it difficult to figure out where a particular TV show or movie is available. Reelgood is an app that makes this easier, and you can now use it on Android TV.
Reelgood has been around on the Google Play Store for phones for a while, and while it’s a handy service, it’s not exactly a new concept. The general idea is that it curates a list of content offered by multiple streaming services in one place. Users select the streaming services they are signed up for, which include all the majors you’d expect, like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, HBO Max, Crunchyroll, etc. After that, it’s easy to search for TV shows and movies and quickly jump to wherever they’re available to watch. Reelgood also integrates useful IMDB ratings and trailers.
Reelgood can be used on Android TV (new), Amazon Fire TV, and LG Smart TVs, as well as on smartphones via the aforementioned mobile app. If you’re stuck in the world of too many streaming services, this can be a very useful tool to have at your disposal. No more jumping in and out of a handful of apps to find the TV show or movie you want to watch. Download Reelgood from the Play Store on your Android TV device.
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