AnimeLab lands on Android with new dedicated app

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News by Matt S.

We’re big fans of Madman Entertainment’s AnimeLab. This Australian rival to the likes of CrunchyRoll enjoys a deep library and, best of all, is currently completely free of charge.

The service uses HTML5, which means you’ve always been able to use the service on your tablets, phones, and game consoles, but now Android owners get to enjoy an even better service – Madman has released a dedicated app.

This app’ll allow you to access over 1,000 episodes across multiple series, and as you can see, offers a nice, easy UI. It’s still completely free at the moment too, so there’s no real reason not to jump in!

The features, according to the app’s page:

– Stream in multiple bitrates and resolutions
– Choose from Japanese with subtitles or English dubs (where available)
– Use the play queue to customise your viewing experience
– Watch as much as you want, whenever you want
– Beam directly to your Chromecast
– And much much more…

No news on an iOS version of the app yet, but one assumes it’ll come soon enough.

– Matt S. 
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