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    Vimeo

    Discover amazing videos from the world’s best creators, and upload your own—all on your iPhone and iPad—with Vimeo for iOS. .

    Freemium Web Android iPhone Windows RT Windows Phone ... Apple TV Kindle Fire

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    Dailymotion

    Dailymotion is a video sharing service website, headquartered in the 18th arrondissement, Paris, France. Dailymotion is the largest video site in the world after...

    Free Web Android iPhone Blackberry Chrome OS ... Windows RT Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad Apple TV Kindle Fire

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    Hulu

    Finally, TV on your terms. Watch your favorite videos right from your browser, anytime, for free. With full episodes of TV shows both current and classic, full-length...

    Commercial Windows Web Android iPhone Android Tablet ... iPad Apple TV Roku

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    BitChute

    BitChute is a peer to peer video sharing platform. Its mission is to put people and free speech first. It's free to join and create and upload your own videos to...

    Free Web Chrome Firefox

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    Video Deck for YouTube

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    Freemium Web Chrome OS Chrome YouTube

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    Intenu

    Intenu is a web app with tons of live channels to watch for free ranging from sports, to entertainment and news all curated by users like you and me. Also as a user you...

    Free Web Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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    i-Flicks

    A video sharing web application where access is controlled by the uploader of the videos. Open source and written in Node.js.

    Open Source Windows Linux Self-Hosted

    • Discontinued Website/service unavailable.
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    Flipps

    Watch the latest news, live sports events, YouTube and music videos on TV. Requires only phone/tablet and an optional connected TV. Supports Samsung TV, LG TV, Sony TV...

    Freemium Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad Kindle Fire

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    Frequency

    Watch the Internet like a TV. Frequency is an amazing new way to discover and watch videos from your favorite online sources, turning the Internet into TV. Frequency...

    Free Web

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    Streamybox.tv

    Streamybox.tv searches hundreds of web channels and shows more than 500 live broadcasts in one place, making it easier to find what you like and use the least amount of...

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Chrome OS

    • Discontinued Official page states "No such app." and "There's nothing here, yet.": http://streamybox.tv/
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    YouPHPTube

    YouPHPTube! is an video-sharing website. It's written in PHP the best of all, YouPHPTube! is an open source solution that is freely available to everyone.

    Open Source Self-Hosted

Pluto.tv Comments

Why is it free? Watch out for your privacy!

No such thing as a free lunch. Here's a commercial service that gives you something for free. How? They collaborate with advertisers to harvest information about your browsing habits. Which means you are the product. The privacy policy even admits they follow you around online after you leave the site. Creepy. (Just like Google, Facebook and LinkedIn, by the way: they do the same. They sell you, which is why they seem "free" in the same way.)

A flavour of Pluto.tv's privacy policy:

Our Services do not support Do Not Track requests at this time, which means that we collect information about your online activity both while you are using the Services and after you leave our Services.

"We don't support widely accepted browser settings, so we follow you around the internet like the creeps we are." Enjoy!

Btw, if you don't know what to do about all this - and it goes on all the time online - get a VPN service that doesn't keep logs about your browser data (e.g. Private Internet Access or AirVPN). Then purge the cookies from your browser using something like BleachBit, CCleaner or BetterPrivacy and stop using Chrome, log out of Google and use use Firefox instead with uBlock Origin, https Everywhere and Disconnect installed.

For more info, check out PrivacyTools.io.

[Edited by JohnFastman, January 09]

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