Best Android Apps to Watch Anime

There are many apps to watch anime on Android. However, most of them don’t have licenses to publish anime. The only legal app is Crunchyroll which requires Premium membership to get all of its benefits. Other apps are free to use for watching anime but please use them at your own risk. Google often remove these apps out of its store.

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Crunchyroll – Anime and Drama

Crunchyroll licenses all its content directly and legally to bring you the best and most recent shows from Asia and support the content creators. The app supports over 25,000 episodes and 15,000 hours of latest and hottest Anime 1-hour after their TV broadcast. Viewers can watch all current airing and completed anime such as Naruto Shippuden, Blue Exorcist, Fairy Tail, Attack on Titan, Bleach, Kill la Kill, Hunter X Hunter, and many more.

Premium membership’s features:
– Ad-free
– New episodes immediately available after air
– Exclusive content in HD

Otaku News: Manga Anime Jpop

I lists the app here because you can find information and reviews about latest manga and anime titles.

Please use following apps at your own risk!

Aniconnex – Anime
Do you want to watch anime on your phone instead of a PC’s web? Aniconnex app allows you to watch your favorite anime episodes anytime anywhere. The app also has its own built in discussion board and comment area for its users to share your thoughts of each anime.

Anime TV – Animania
This app supports over 40,000 anime episodes. Anime TV – Animania downloaded anime episodes from sources like KissAnime, Soul-Anime, Chia-Anime, Canime, GoGoAnime & more.