AnimeWatch for Android
It´s almost impossible not to miss a great app published on our big community, and because of that, from time to time we bring you an article that may not be so new but sure will be of interest for some of us. XDA member MixToMax presents AnimeWatch, which allows you to catch up with your favorite English subbed animes on your Android device, check the latest releases, and also provides you with a database of over 1200 series to go through.
It uses Adobe Flash to stream and the developer recommends Android 2.2 and up.
Get if for free in the usual place.
Originally posted by MixToMax
Watch lastest update anime (Naruto, One piece , Bleach , Fairytail , and other 700+ series) via Adobe Flash player (or Direct video via RockPlayer / vPlayer on some episode) with notification for your favorite series new episode.
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