How to Watch Crackle

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Crackle gives you access to streaming TV shows and movies for free. You can watch all videos on Crackle from your computer, some Internet-ready TVs and mobile devices. Unlike some streaming video services, all videos on the site are free to watch. However, you will see commercials within the programming to help keep it that way. All you need is an account and you can start watching classic, current -- and even original -- Crackle TV shows and full-length movies.

  • Create a Crackle account or sign in to your existing account.

  • Click "Register" on Crackle's home page.

  • Fill-in all required information. If you have want to use your Facebook account to log in, click the "Sign in with Facebook" button instead of filling out the form.

  • Agree to the terms and privacy policy and enter the CAPTCHA. Click "Register."

  • Check the email you used to sign up. Click the verification link in the Crackle verification email to complete the registration process.

  • Select either “Movies,” “Shows,” or Watchlists” to view what Crackle has available. Watchlists are lists created by Crackle and other users of recommended movies and shows. You can create your own watchlist of favorites or shows you want to watch later by clicking the “Watchlist” button next to any title on the site.

  • Click the title you want to watch to display the Crackle Player.

  • Scroll below the player to view all available episodes of a selected TV show. Click the episode you want to watch to view it in the player.

  • View any video in full-screen mode by clicking the full-screen button in the video player. If you don't see the button, hover your mouse over the player.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you want to watch Crackle on a mobile device or Internet capable TV, you must first download the Crackle app from the appropriate app store for your device (links in Resources).
  • At the time of publication, Crackle supports iOS and Android devices and Internet connected computers. Many Sony devices, including the Playstation 3, Internet TV, Bravia TV and Dash support Crackle. Other devices supported by Crackle include Xbox, Tivo, Verizon FiOS, Roku, Logitech Revue, Sezmi, Google TV and Boxee.
  • Crackle only offers select programming on T-Mobile TV, Sprint TV, VuClip and Verizon VCAST.
  • Some content on Crackle may require you to download the Widevine plugin, due to licensing restrictions. The plugin is to help prevent Internet piracy and theft.

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