The Rabbit TV app is an online entertainment service that provides access to television episodes, movies and radio stations in addition to live channels, sports, music and news. This app works on most smartphones and tablets. The app is a product of the collaboration between FreeCast and Telebrands.
To watch YouTube content on a Smart TV, start the YouTube app on the TV, access the Sign In page, and find the necessary activation code. Log in with your Google account on your computer, select the desired identity, and enter the activation code in the appropriate field.
Go to your phone's app store, search for YouTube, and click the install button on the YouTube app's page. For an iPhone, use the app store on iTunes to find the YouTube app; for an Android device, download the YouTube app from Google Play.
Free applications available for Samsung smart televisions include The Weather Network, The Home Shopping Network, Angry Birds, Personal Fit-Stretching for Running and Facebook. Many other free applications are available in categories including games, sports, lifestyle, information and education as w
The Charter TV application allows customers to watch live and on demand programming, browse 14 days of listings, schedule recordings and get programming recommendations all from their electronic device. The application is free of charge for Charter customers, and it can be accessed via computer, lap
YouTube offers free movies on its verified movies channel. YouTube created the channel in 2005, and it has over 18.5 million subscribers, as of September 2015. The channel offers free movies in a variety of genres, including comedy, drama, family, romance and world cinema.
An activation code is needed to watch YouTube on a smart TV. The YouTube app is also necessary.
As of 2015, some musicals available on YouTube include "Harry Potter in 99 Seconds" and "Side Effects." "The Wizard of Ahhhs," "Cinderonce," "Hipster Disney Princess- The Musical" and "Burning Man: The Musical" are musicals also available on YouTube.
Not all videos on YouTube are free. User-generated content is generally free to watch, but there is a fee to watch some videos on the website; many movies and television shows can be streamed on the site for a price.