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- The speaker is addressing the customers of Funimation and the company itself.
- The purpose of the video is to point out a problem with the Funimation app and offer a solution.
- The speaker mentions that the problem has caused some subscribers to consider unsubscribing.
- The problem is that some videos are marked as only available to premium subscribers, even for those who are already premium subscribers.
- This is a glitch that Funimation needs to fix.
- The speaker offers a solution for continuing to watch videos that are incorrectly marked as only for premium subscribers: add the video to your queue and then access it through your queue, rather than through the recommendations or search function.
- The speaker shows how this solution works with the example of Sword Art Online.
- The speaker encourages viewers to like and share the video.
- The speaker also jokingly suggests that Funimation could reward them for finding and pointing out the glitch.
- Overall, the video offers a solution to a frustrating problem with the Funimation app.
How to block ads on Funimation
Hey guys, welcome back to Gaming Dude Pro! In this video, I'm going to show you how to block Funimation ads if you don't want to see them on the free plan.
1. Go to the app store or Play Store and search for block ad uh.
2. Download the first result, which is called Block Ad UH.
3. Allow all permissions and add it as your VPN.
4. Open the app and tap to activate.
5. Open Funimation and enjoy ad-free streaming!
I hope this video helped you block Funimation ads on the free plan. Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more helpful gaming tips and tricks. Thanks for watching!
Funimation Premium Account (Should you get it?)
Should You Purchase a FUNimation Premium Account? A Weeb's Perspective
- Weeb content creator discussing whether or not to purchase a FUNimation premium account
- Previously discussed Verve and Crunchyroll premium accounts
- Three options for FUNimation: $6/month, $8/month, and $100/month
Why I Purchased a FUNimation Premium Account:
- Recently purchased a FUNimation premium account to watch exclusive content like Wonder Egg Priority
- FUNimation has exclusive content like Dragon Ball Z and Megalo Box Nomad
- Dubbed anime is a big draw for FUNimation, as they are the largest company in America that dubs anime
- Interfaces on phone and computer are streamlined and organized
FUNimation Premium Account Options:
- Basic: $6/month, ad-free on two devices
- Premium: $8/month, ad-free on five devices, exclusive benefits in FUNimation eShop
- VIP: $100/month, VIP access to FUNimation events (not currently happening)
- In the weeb's opinion, FUNimation is worth it for those interested in dubbed anime and exclusive content
- Recap of pricing options and benefits
- Weeb's perspective: FUNimation is worth it, but let me know your thoughts
BAD NEWS for Funimation Users (Crunchyroll)
The recent development in the Crunchyroll and Funimation situation has caused a stir in the anime streaming service industry. Funimation is now moving into the Crunchyroll anime streaming service library, making Crunchyroll the number one mega anime streaming service of the future. However, many Funimation subscribers are not happy about this decision, and rightfully so, as they were not given complete transparency about the situation. In this article, we will go over the details of the situation and provide answers to some of the most common questions.
- All of Funimation is now in Crunchyroll, making it the number one mega anime streaming service of the future.
- Many Funimation subscribers are unhappy with the decision as they were not given complete transparency about the situation.
- Funimation is not transferring over Q, watch history or anything to Crunchyroll.
- Funimation subscribers can cancel their account and open a Crunchyroll account.
- The only thing that Funimation subscribers will receive is a 60-day free trial to Crunchyroll premium.
- Funimation subscribers cannot access Crunchyroll with their login credentials.
- Crunchyroll is the new place to go for anime streaming services, and Funimation is no longer doing any of it.
- There is no available information about refunds or gift cards for people who recently purchased yearly subscriptions to Funimation.
The recent development in the Crunchyroll and Funimation situation has caused a lot of commotion in the anime streaming service industry. While Crunchyroll is now the number one mega anime streaming service, many Funimation subscribers are not happy about the situation. They were not given complete transparency about the decision and are now left with the option of canceling their account and opening a Crunchyroll account. Unfortunately, there is no available information about refunds or gift cards for people who recently purchased yearly subscriptions to Funimation. However, the silver lining is that it is now nice to have one streaming service of anime to pay for instead of two separate ones.
Funimation is broken
- Many people like anime and tend to pirate it instead of paying for it
- However, some choose to pay for it and expect a top-quality service in return
- Unfortunately, FUNimation, a paid subscription service for anime, is not meeting these expectations
Issues with FUNimation:
- Lack of availability of certain anime, such as Watchman Dragon Ball, due to legal issues
- Basic features of the video player, such as the next video button, not working properly
- Glitches and errors, such as episode one of a series not being available or subtitles not staying off
- These issues make it difficult for customers to justify paying for the service when the free options are often better
- FUNimation needs to improve its service in order to convince customers to pay for it instead of pirating
- Otherwise, the company will continue to lose potential revenue and its reputation will suffer
- As the demand for anime continues to grow, it is important for companies like FUNimation to step up and provide a high-quality service that meets the needs of its customers.
Funimation SCAMMING People with their "Free Trial"!? ... This is RIDICULOUS, don't fall for it!
FUNimation's Shady Business Practices: My Frustrating Experience
I had a frustrating morning trying to watch the new episode of My Hero Academia. I decided to try FUNimation's free trial, but I ended up not even signing up. In this article, I will discuss my experience and highlight the shady business practices of FUNimation.
Issues with FUNimation:
- No disclosure of how long the free trial is
- Implication of a monthly free trial without disclosing how long it is
- Difficulty finding out the length of the trial, had to search third-party forums
- Reports of people being scammed into paying after their free trial ends
- Technical support issues on their Reddit page
- Poor quality and slow streaming on their app
- Shows not being available in certain territories
FUNimation's business practices are shady and unacceptable. They lack transparency and have a history of technical issues and poor quality streaming. Consumers should be aware of these issues before signing up for their service.
BAD NEWS for FREE Crunchyroll Users. (UPDATE)
Crunchyroll, the popular anime streaming service, has announced that it will no longer offer free ad-supported streaming for newly released episodes. This change will go into effect this spring and free users will no longer be able to get new episodes of simulcast anime one week later. Instead, they will have to upgrade to one of Crunchyroll's premium plans, which start at $7.99 a month.
- Users didn't need a subscription to watch simulcast tiles before the change, but Crunchyroll would delay the release of new episodes for one week for free users.
- The services policy is set to go into effect this spring as Crunchyroll plans to give users access to a seasonal sampler or a selection of simulcasts set to debut during the spring 2022 season.
- Crunchyroll will offer the first three episodes of each show and a sampler for free one week after their premiere until May 31st.
- Any viewing beyond the first few episodes or access to Crunchyroll's entire simulcast lineup will require a subscription.
- Crunchyroll says all users can still watch episodes previously added to the platform for free.
The merger between Funimation and Crunchyroll, with Sony owning both, is bringing a lot of changes to the anime streaming industry. While some users may be upset about the loss of free ad-supported streaming, it is important to note that one company owning a massive portion of an anime streaming service will inevitably lead to change. It remains to be seen how this change will affect the industry in the long run.