Snap, Crackle pops right back into the Android Market

Snap, Crackle pops right back into the Android Market
Last October, we reported that Crackle had debuted in the Android Market, offering streaming video at a price of $4.99 for premium titles. After some time, the app disappeared from the Android Market only to recently reappear as a totally free service.

You can download the app for free from the Android Market for phones running Android 2.2 or higher with Flash enabled. Note that we said phones as tablets are not yet supported on this app. Full-length movies and television shows are streamed to your handset, putting the app in competition with Netflicks, Jetflicks and others.

According to Crackle, 20 new movies and television shows are added monthly. The app works only in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and Australia. For a complete list of Android handsets that support Crackle, click on the sourcelink. Crackle is also available at the App Store for the Apple iPhone.

source: AndroidMarket via AndroidCentral


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