Netflix vs Crackle (comparison)

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Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.

12 Comments to Netflix vs Crackle (comparison)

  1. The scammer walks you through the remote access and
    bingo. Netflix continues to be popular in entertainment at the moment the days because video tutorials can be found on a really
    rational cost along with it can be very well easy for the make use of.
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  2. I watched a couple movies on crackle for the first time yesterday. Holy F!!! I had to sit through the exact same advertisement for the same stupid show every 5-10 mins. Sorry but I will glady pay 7.99 a month for netflix to not go through that again. I wanted to start pulling my hair out!

  3. Well, actually Crackle will work with any computer running Windows, Linux or Mac…Netflix doesn’t work with Linux. Winner: Crackle!!!

  4. I don’t feel it was biased at all. She clearly labeled the pros and cons of both and it seems Netflix is the better option to go with. Netflix in truth has better tittles, no ads, and HD viewing. I do think that Crackle is probably the best viewing for people who don’t want to pay to watch movies and tv online. I checked out this article because I was considering switching over to Crackle but now knowing there are ads I’d rather stay with Netflix.

    • Anonymous

      it just like watching regular televivision especially with all the ad breaks…netflix no commercial breaks…netflix aint perfect but at least u dont have to watch ads while trying to enjoy your movies…

  5. Thanks for the comparison review… FYI Sony owns Columbia, Tristar and Screen Gems so Crackle is all-Sony content

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