Legal Anime Streaming Sites

Amazon

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Availability: Global
Version: Sub and dub

  • Visit the Amazon Video Website
  • Cost: $99 USD per year (Approx. $8.25 USD per month)
  • Anime Titles Available: 80+ (Availability of Shows Depends on Country)
  • Regions Available: United States, Canada, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Japan, Austria, Belgium, Germany and soon India

 

Akiba Pass

Anibee

  • Visit the Anibee Website
  • Cost: FREE
  • Anime Titles Available: 2+
  • Regions Available: Singapore, Indonesia & Possibly worldwide?

 

Ani.me

Choose from your favorite anime shows and watch one online on Ani.me. Memorize Ani.me as the easiest and most memorable way to watch anime online. Subscribe and be part of supporting Japanese anime companies!  Only a few dubs.  Mostly subs.

Animax TV

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Availability: UK and Ireland
Version: Sub and dub
Viewers can access free simulcasts of a quite a few major works every season, and older works can be accessed for £3.99 a month.

Aniplex USA

aniplex

Availability: Global
Version: Sub and Dub
This site is not a streaming site. Rather, it provides links to help you locate legal streams for Aniplex USA anime subbed/dubbed!

 

Anime Bananas

  • Visit the Anime Bananas Website
  • Cost: FREE
  • Anime Titles Available: 200+(Availability of Shows Depends on Country)
  • Regions Available: Multiple Countries

 

Anime Digital Network

The ways you can watch anime: Online, Tablets, Phones.

  • Visit the ADN Website
  • Cost: 4.99€  
  • Anime Titles Available: 200+
  • Regions Available: France, Luxembourg, & Belgium

 

AnimeLab

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Version: Sub and dub
AnimeLab gets most of their works through Funimation, and you can also view their works through their Android and Apple apps. AnimeLab is free, and streams in HD as well!

 

Anime on Demand

The ways you can watch anime: Online.

  • Visit the Anime on Demand Website
  • Cost: 6,25 € per month / 8,33 € per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 130+
  • Regions Available: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein

Anime-Planet

The ways you can watch anime: Online, tablet.

  • Visit the Anime-Planet Website
  • Cost: FREE // Bonus: Watching on AP auto updates your AP Anime Watch List
  • Anime Titles Available: 200+ (Partnership with Crunchyroll, Viewster, & Hulu)
  • Regions Available: Globally (Availability of Shows Depends on Country)

Anime Serien

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Availability: Global
Version: Sub and Dub
This site is not a streaming site. Rather, it helps you locate legal streams for anime subbed/dubbed in various European language.

[adult swim] (Toonami) (Cartoon Network)

ConTV

Crackle

The ways you can watch anime: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android, Blackberry, Nook, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone, Sprint TV, T-Mobile TV, Smart TVs, Google Chrome, Roku, Boxee, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One.

Crackle is free but it has a limited supply of anime.  It is also owned by Sony

  • Visit the Crackle Website
  • Cost: FREE
  • Anime Titles Available: 10+
  • Regions Available: United States, Canada, Australia and across 18 countries in Latin America

Crunchyroll

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Availability: Almost all countries outside of Asia
Version: Sub, some dub

 

Funimation

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Versions: Sub and dub
Anime Licensing powerhouse Funimation first started streaming online in 2009. Today, they stream their licensed shows both on their website and on Hulu. You can even access Funimation via PS3/PS4! Anime fans will all agree not all dubs are of the highest quality, but Funimation has released some thoroughly enjoyable english dubbed localizations, which are all viewable online. Non North-American residents: have no fear, because Funimation plans to extend their services to the UK. In addition, they also sublicense their works to other streaming services, such as…

  • Visit the Funimation Website
  • Cost: FREE/ $5.99 USD / $59.99 USD per year
  • Anime Titles Available: 300+
  • Regions Available: United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Hanabee

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Availability: Australia and New Zealand
Version: Sub and dub
Hanabee is another service exclusive to those in Oz/NZ! Hanabee has steadily increased their selection since launch, and now boasts a strong selection of recent popular titles. Best of all, they also host RWBY, for the Rooster Teeth fans out there!

HIDIVE

  • Visit the HIDIVE Website
  • Cost: FREE / $3.99 (Ad-Free // Introductory Price)
  • Anime Titles Available: 100+ (Partnership with Sentai Filmworks, Maiden Japan, Kraken Releasing, Aesir Holdings, and ADV )
  • Regions Available: USA, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, South America, Central America, Scandinavia, Belgium, and Netherlands (Availability of Shows Depends on Country)

 

HOOQ

  • Visit the HOOQ Website
  • Cost: P149 per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 9+
  • Regions Available: the Philippines. India, Indonesia, and Thailand

 

Hulu

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  • Visit the Hulu Website
  • Cost: $7.99 USD / $11.99 USD (No Commercials)
  • Anime Titles Available: 140+
  • Regions Available: United States, Japan

go90

go90 is part of Verizon’s digital media network of video content and platforms, and can be accessed via an app on iOS and Android, or at its official websitego90 doesn’t require fees to stream its content.  The service can be somewhat difficult to navigate.  I had to use the search function to find anime.

iflix

The ways you can watch anime: Online, on iOS

  • Visit the iflix Website
  • Cost: RM10 per month / RM96 a year (RM8 per month)
  • Anime Titles Available: 20+
  • Regions Available: Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Sri Lanka

 

Manga Entertainment

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Availability: UK and USM
Version: Sub and dub
Somewhat ironically, a bunch of old-school/classic anime are available to stream for free on a website called manga.com.

Mangas

  • Visit the Mangas Site
  • Cost: €3 per month, or €30 per year
  • Anime Titles Available: 30+
  • Regions Available: France, Belguim

 

maxdome

 

MyAnimeList?

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Availability: Global (dependent on title)
Version: Sub and dub
That’s right! You can also watch anime on MAL now. Technically, MAL uses Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Daisuki’s services in order to bring you anime, but hey, it’s nice that you can watch straight from the anime database pages!

Netflix

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Availability: Everywhere excluding China, Crimea, North Korea, and Syria
Version: Sub
A worldwide favorite, Netflix already dominates a large chunk of the general legal streaming market, and recently made plays to get a part in the anime market as well. Although Netflix is a paid service, the $7.99-11.99 per month enables you and your family and friends to watch great anime, live action shows, and movies! The subtitle availability varies depending on region.

  • Visit the Netflix Website
  • Cost: $7.99/$9.99/$11.99 USD per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 60+ (Availability of Shows Depends on Country)
  • Regions Available: Multiple Countries (more than 55 countries from the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Mexico to Brazil, 42 Latin American countries and Australia and New Zealand, most of Europe)

NicoNico

 

Pluto TV

Pluto TV is an Internet-based TV platform operated by Pluto Inc. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Los Angeles, California. According to Techhive this is the best cord-cutting application. Pluto TV runs as an app on AppleTV, Android TV, and Roku.  It’s All Day Anime features subtitled but reasonable quality anime free.

Tubi TV

  • Visit the Tubi Tv Website
  • Cost: FREE (Commercials)
  • Anime Titles Available: 50+
  • Regions Available: United States, Canada & Belgium

Viewster

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  • Visit the Viewster Website
  • Cost: FREE  
  • Anime Titles Available: 70+
  • Regions Available: The United States, throughout Europe and globally (available in 120 countries worldwide)

Viki

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Availability: Global (Anime is currently only available in the UK)
Version: Sub
Viki has a super interesting concept in that it works off crowdsourced subtitles. Users can watch a show and subtitle it in their own language as they watch, which makes for fast, if not always high-quality subs. Subtitles for various TV shows and movies exist for around 200 different languages. Unfortunately, Viki only has UK licenses for a few anime, so unless you live there, you’re out of luck. On the bright side, Viki is a great place to check out Asian variety programming and dramas!

Viz Media

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Availability: Everywhere
Version: Subs and dubs
Watch new series, classic favorites and everything in between. Stream free or create your own collection!

VRV

Availability:  VRV is only available in the United States for now.
Description: Brought to You by the People Behind Crunchyroll. VRV is a new video experience bringing the best of anime, animation, gaming, comedy, fantasy, and technology to U.S. fans in one unified environment.
Available Channels: 

  • Crunchyroll
  • Funimation
  • Rooster Teeth
  • Cartoon Hangover
  • Geek & Sundry
  • Nerdist
  • MONDO
  • Tested

 

VVVVID

 

Wakanim

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Availability: UK, France, and other French speaking countries and territories
Version: Sub and some dub
Wakanim is primarily a French streaming site, but they are also available in the UK! Several major shows such as Tokyo Ghoul are available.

  • Visit the Wakanim
  • Cost: 5€ per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 100+
  • Regions Available: Metropolitan France and Overseas, Benelux, Switzerland, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, Canada, French-speaking Africa, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Luxembourg

 

WatchBox

 

Yahoo View

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Youtube

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Availability: Global
Version: Sub and Dub

There you have it! Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments below! As mentioned, English-Dubbed.com will be doing our best to keep this list up-to-date with the latest available Legal Anime Streaming Sites.