While streaming weapons continue to run, companies that continue to enter their own service seem to have opened a new battle: free content.
YouTube was the first leading player in the category at the end of last year to announce the free play of some movies for users. Now, Amazon has entered the free space, as well as the Freedive live streaming service hosted today. The IMDb, which most users recognize as a reference for actors, film and television shows, will provide some movies and TV shows to users of the database website.
Free Freedive and YouTube are among the options that are offered without cost, are supported. This means that users do not have to pay anything, but they must watch advertisements in the middle of episodes or movies they are playing.
Freedive's content library will not show up on the available options at Amazon Prime Video, an Amazon-based streaming platform. Instead, they will be among the oldest television shows, among others Fringe and Heroesas well as several films Drive and Latest Samurai. Freedive is available on Amazon's Fire TV devices as well as on standard web browsers.