Cotomovies Down – Top 10 Websites To Stream In 2020

Is CotoMovies your go-to for streaming movies? Disappointed because you can’t get into it right now? CotoMovies appears to have gone down, and whether it is permanent or not, we don’t know right now. What we do know is that we shouldn’t bank on it coming back, and its time to look for an alternative.

Thankfully, there are loads of options to choose from; the hardest part is finding the right one for you.

Top 10 CotoMovies Alternatives:

We had a look through the app stores to see what we could find and, after testing hundreds of apps, settled on these 10. They all work, they are all legal, and they all do exactly what they promise to do. Not all of them are free, but most paid apps offer a free trial.

Amazon Prime – subscription

Amazon is one of the best-known names in the world, and, aside from offering one of the largest online marketplaces, they also offer Prime Video. A subscription service, Prime offers plenty of TV series, movies, and Amazon originals. Not everything is included in your subscription; some must be rented or purchased. There is a decent selection included, though, and some movies can be downloaded for offline watching. New account holders will be offered a 30-day free trial.

Hulu – free

Another hugely popular choice, Hulu, is a free app, offering a substantial choice of series, shows, and movies. It is a one-click play, it works on all platforms, and it provides full support for Chromecast. However, it is web-based, which means there is no offline viewing option.

Netflix – subscription

Netflix is another subscription service and is one of the most popular streaming options in the world. Here, you can see thousands of movies, TV series, and shows, some classics and lots of new stuff. The recommendation engine learns from what you watch, making new recommendations for you, and new account holders can sign up for a 30-day free trial. Content is different between locations.

Fmovies – free

Another free website, Fmovies, provides access to a huge amount of content – movies, documentaries, TV series and shows, foreign language channels, and a whole lot more. A search and main page feature means never missing the start of your favorite movie again, and support is provided for casting to other screens,

Vudu – free

Yet another free option, Vudu, is supported by ads, but these are not intrusive. HDX streaming is supported on many movies and series, and there is support for Airplay too. With more than 10,000 titles to choose from, there is something for everyone, and you can download to watch offline.

Viewster – free

Viewster is the ideal free app for those who like watching anime. Here, you will find all the most popular, including movies, TV shows and more. There are ads, but the content here cant be found elsewhere very easily.

Globo Play – free – subscription available

Globo Play provides viewers with content from all over the world, and it is free to use. However, content is limited, but there is the option of upgrading to a paid subscription for more content. You can even download some stuff to watch offline.

Tubi TV – free

One of the newest but fast-growing in popularity, Tubi TV, offers users a vast choice of content. There are plenty of movies, TV series, and shows, and all the popular genres are covered. There is no offline option, so you will need to be on a working internet connection to use it, and, to stream anything, you need a free account.

Kodi – free

Kodi is another popular name and is one of the top open-source media centers. You can store all your own media to play whenever you want and, using any one of hundreds of add-ons, you can stream movies, tv shows, documentaries, news, sports, and more, all for free. Simply search the internet for an addon and install it.

Sling – subscription

Sling isn’t free, but it does offer a decent choice of content to watch. With a paid subscription, you can watch movies, documentaries, sports, cartoons, kid shows, and a whole lot more, spread over 10,000 hours of viewing. And you even get some extra channels threw in, such as Fox, Nat Geo, Disney and more, all available in over 20 languages. Subscriptions cost $20 or $25 per month.

CotoMovies may be gone for now, but there are plenty of other alternatives to choose from. Each of these is worth a look and, with decent free trials on offer for most of the paid subscription options, you really don’t have a thing to lose by trying them.

Some apps offer different content depending on where you are, but a simple VPN will get you around most blocks. Give them a go, see what you think, and let us know if we missed anything.

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