30 days of free anime.
Let's just dance it, should it? If you like 30 days of free streaming anime, go to Twitch Prime, find the Crunchyroll Premium button and click it to start your 30-day free trial.
Amazon Prime members already have Twitch Prime as a benefit, and if you're not a Prime member, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial to get your free 30 Crunchyroll test.
Although there is no direct connection between anime and anime observation, the Venn diagram of the two subsets has a significant integration. People at Twitch and Crunchyroll realized this, which is why they worked together to offer 30 days of free Crunchyroll Premium.
If you're not a Twitch Prime member, there's one easy fix for that. If you are an Amazon Prime subscriber, it includes your membership. In other words, you just need to log into your Amazon account and then create a Twitch Prime account. Both services are automatically linked.
If you are not a member of Amazon Prime, the amazing news you can sign up for 30 days, free, and reap all the benefits. Free 2 days of delivery, Prime Video, Twitch Prime and all its benefits.
Or, some of Twitch Prime's benefits if you stay around as a subscriber are 12-months of Nintendo Switch Online, really beautiful.
It's long and short: you can stream anime for free within 30 days.
Supported Devices for Streaming Crunchyroll
You can stream directly from your computer, but that's not really fun. d expect it to. Just find the Crunchyroll streaming app on one of the approved devices and bring in all that sweet, FREE, anime.
What Anime Series is in Crunchyro Only
Now the big question is, what should you watch during your 30-day free streaming anime? That is an incredible subjective subject. There is a wide selection of anime series and films that stream to Crunchyroll. You should definitely check out Jojo, My Hero Academia, and Black Clover's Unique Adventure, but many others will be selected. I'm really happy with Goblin Slayer, but not for everyone.
Seriously recognizable series that are available to stream, such as Attack on Titan and Dragonball Super, but since you do not have anything to lose by trying a series, I recommend looking around for some of the things weirder. I started Kuroko Basketball and BONO BONO and were very happy with them. There's even a "random" button, if you want to roll the dice.