Posted by IGN on March 16, 2018 07:58:00Freex Movies: A new streaming service that allows people to watch movies free without having to pay is coming to the UK on February 10.
The service, called Freex, lets users watch movies without having the purchase of a subscription.
It was first launched in Canada and Australia in 2016, and it has been downloaded over one billion times, according to the company.
Freex will be available on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Roku, Apple’s App Store, Google Play and Microsoft’s Xbox Live, and the first 10 episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars will be free to download on March 14.
It has been launched with the aim of providing a “one-stop shopping experience” for people looking for free movies, but the service also offers some entertainment options that aren’t available on subscription services.
There’s a free movie with a 10-minute running time, for example, or you can watch a free 30-minute movie for 30 minutes.
Freex also offers a free, in-depth look at each movie and a number of extras.
For example, it offers a movie about the origins of the word “fool”, and an in-person viewing of the Star Wars premiere, and an exclusive interview with director Rian Johnson.
It also has a number more, including a feature on how to find free movies online.
If you’re interested in the service, you can sign up for freex movies here.