Video streaming services, such as Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Instant, offer a simple and affordable way to watch streaming movies and TV shows online. Unfortunately, many of these services require a monthly or yearly subscription fee. However, there are some free streaming services, such as Crackle, that you can use as an alternative.
Crackle also has an iPhone app, which you can download for free and install on your iPhone. Our short guide below will show you how you can find this app and start watching Crackle videos directly on your device.
Watching Videos on Crackle with an iPhone 6 Plus
These steps were performed in iOS 8.1.2, on an iPhone 6 Plus. These same steps will work for other devices using iOS 7 or 8. Devices running earlier versions of iOS can also download Crackle, although the screens and instructions may vary slightly.
You can find out more about Crackle here.
Step 1: Open the App Store.
Step 2: Select the Search option at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3: Type crackle into the field at the top of the screen, then select the crackle search result.
Step 4: Tap the Free button to the right of the Crackle app, tap Install, enter your Apple ID password, then wait for the app to download and install.
Step 5: Tap the Open button to launch the app.
You can then select a video and start watching it. You will not need to create an account or sign in to start using the app.
Do you have a Chromecast and would like to start watching Crackle videos on your TV? This article will show you how.
If you do not have a Chromecast, then you should check it out. It’s an affordable, easy-to-use device that can allow you to watch streaming videos on your TV.
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