It’s not easy to watch anime on a tablet or a smartphone, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some fun ways to watch it.
Here are some of the best anime apps and games for tablets.
Some of the anime we’ll be focusing on here are the classics, but there are a number of anime that are new and have been released since the last time we reviewed them.
We’ll also be focusing in on the anime adaptations from Japan.
The following are some recommendations for anime apps that will be available for tablets and smartphones.
For tablets, here are some suggestions to get you started:● Amazon Kindle Fire: An Amazon Kindle device that has been the perfect companion to the Kindle Fire since its launch in 2013, the Fire HD series is one of the most popular tablets available for viewing anime on.● Amazon Fire TV: Amazon has partnered with AnimePfp to stream anime on Amazon FireTV.● The Crunchyroll app for Android: This app will stream anime from various services, including CrunchyRoll, Niconico, AnimePpf, and Amazon.
You can even subscribe to CrunchyBox and get free access to premium anime content.● iHeartRadio: This is the only streaming service available for streaming anime on the iHeart Radio platform.
It has all the shows that Crunchy Box and AnimePFP streams on its servers.● Google Play Music: Google Play music is one great way to stream shows and movies from your mobile device, but the Google Play service also includes a large number of streaming services for anime.
You’ll also find many of these services on other devices, too.● Crunchy TV: CrunchyTV is a great way for fans to watch shows and films in a variety of languages.
It’s also available for Android devices.● TubiTV: If you have a Tubi TV, this app will let you stream anime with subtitles and voiceovers.
You’re also able to add subtitles and audio to your anime.● MobiStream: Mobi Stream is the most comprehensive Android app for watching anime on smartphones.
It supports English, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Spanish, and Japanese.● AnimeNavi: If your Android device supports Google Translate, this is an excellent option for learning more about anime and anime in general.● Animelog: Animelogs has a variety to choose from.
The most popular apps are for Japanese, English, and Spanish.
You can also stream anime using a number different devices.
The apps mentioned above are just some of many, but we hope you find something you love.
We recommend checking out these other apps, too, because there are many to choose on different devices and different platforms.
We’ve also highlighted some of our favorite anime streaming sites.