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Anime Online Allows Anime Streaming On Windows Phone 7
For those toting Windows Phone 7, you haven’t had too many options in the anime department and your only option on your phone was to stream it from a website from the browser.
Until now, that is.
Enter Anime Online, an anime streaming application that’s already available in the Windows Phone Marketplace. It’s a simple app with a friendly and pretty interface that allows you to stream some anime goodness on your Windows Phone.
The functionality is reminiscent of the Android anime streaming app, Crunchyroll, and the reviews on both apps have been generally positive. There’s always a bug or two to work out, but that shouldn’t keep you from taking advantage of this free app!
Of course, if you’d just like to check out the app, you can find ithere.
There are a few drawbacks, as jjqt will tell you in the app descripion:
Note:There is no heavily licensed anime like Naruto, Bleach,One Piece in this app.
So if you’re looking for the latest InuYasha, you will very likely not find it in this app but if you’re looking just for something good to watch to sate that anime craving, then it’s definitely an app worth checking out!
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