What's a good source to stream English dubbed anime in the US.
I'd like a source that is:
up to date - gets the new stuff
not censored - I'm not looking for hentai, but if it's included it's a good sign that the site isn't trying to be my nanny
complete - If an anime is listed, it's nice to have all the episodes
legal - I don't care to support piracy.
free of malware - duh.
reasonably priced - I don't mind paying for a good service.
not jerky/jumpy/interrupted/constantly buffering - I have enough bandwidth...
I know I'm two months late in responding to this, but oh well.
If you want to stream dubbed anime, Anime Ultima is the best place to go. They offer almost every anime series out there, and in both versions. (subbed and dubbed)
The problem with you wanting dubbed is the fact that ALOT of new and good anime isn't immediately given a dubbed copy. In fact, a lot of the really good ones never do. If you want a website that is updated daily with new episodes, you are going to want Crunchyroll. Just fight through the occasional commercial, and the site is perfect.
Let me know if this helped. I use the crunchyroll app on my phone, only because it doesn't give me commercials nearly as much. Animeultima is seriously the place you want to go, although they aren't as current as Crunchyroll.
Missed this first time round, a friend of mine uses crunchyroll, supported on PS3 (possibly Xbox too) for streaming, which is a nice bonus.
Is Animeultima legal? Seems like it's just unlicensed streaming, which would still be piracy :p
Of course brand new shows aren't going to be dubbed, they've only just come out in their native language! ;)
Thanks for the suggestions, I'll have a look...
Keep 'em coming
As far as I know, Anime Ultima has been around for a good number of years and has yet to be shut down or complained about on the topic of piracy. I doubt it is illegal, but I won't lie, I do not know. To be honest, it's a great site and after watching a really good anime on it, I usually support it by buying the DVDs anyway.
Its a shame really, American companies that buy the rights to some Anime shows ignore a lot of the really good ones out there. I wish they would dub more shows, but I am perfectly content with the subbed versions. Oh well.
Also I forgot, AnimeFreak is also a great site and has both Anime and American cartoons. Definitely worth checking out.
Hope this helps
Watchcartoononline.com works. I've never watched any anime on there (not really my thing), but they have plenty.
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