Reelgood is the TV Guide for streamers, with every streaming source in one app. Track, play, and browse everything from over 250 streaming sources.
How It Works:
- Select your streaming sources
- Track your shows and movies you want to watch
- Let Reelgood keep you updated on when new episodes are available
- Click play from Reelgood to automatically start playing content in the appropriate app
- Can't decide? View IMDB ratings, movie trailers, genres, and summaries
- Don't mind ads? See what's free across over 90 streaming sources
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Reelgood supports 250+ streaming sources, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and Hulu Plus, HBO GO, HBO Now, ABC Freeform, Fox, AMC, Xfinity, TVLand, Comedy Central, AdultSwim, Bravo, E! Now, Fandor, Google Play, Starz, Fandango, the CW, Seeso, Vudu, NBC, Crunchyroll, FXNow, and hundreds more.
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Ratings and Reviews
Must have for cord cutters
This app is a godsend. For all those who have cut the cord for streaming services I couldn't recommend this app more. Instead of opening every app to browse through content you can browse through all the services you have access to at once here. I have access to almost every streaming service available, so browsing for a movie can be quite time consuming. Not anymore. I love this app and use it every time I am searching for something to watch. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
No perfect app yet.
There is no perfect app for this yet, IMHO. I was excited to find this app has so many sources! But the UI is a lot harder to use than FanTV or even JustWatch. You can’t control all the sources from the app, only a very few. You have to login to the site from a web browser to see them all and enable/disable them. Never could find a place to enable/disable CBS OTA. For TV series you get one chance to identify having seen a number of previous episodes. If you are tracking binge watching a bunch of series, all the unseen episodes are jumbled together on one screen, not even sorted by show. Maybe if all you use it for is searching, then it’s fine. Keeping track of your shows is a nightmare.
Helpful if you have multiple subscriptions
I have subscriptions for a couple of services, and this is so helpful in figuring where I can watch a show or movie. You customize which services you subscribe to, and the app tells you where (if anywhere) you can find it. It’s also been great for looking up old shows and movies that you’ve been wondering if it’s available to stream. Definitely makes having all that choice manageable and help you get the most out of those subscriptions.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.