Best TV Apps 2020

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By David

It’s not just the greatest series that set apart the best streaming service, but it’s about the interaction with the app and how quickly new shows are released. Due to 2020’s best streaming services, the Television world has evolved exponentially –that means, now all big American studios will figure out how to keep up in the highly competitive market from the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. Today, all it takes to watch movies or TV series is a screen and a high-speed internet connection like AT&T internet. However, this does not mean the mainstream networks have no role in anything. There are plenty of the finest TV channels still found on the television network, but even those networks have now begun to air new programs on streaming services at around the same time they are aired. We have put together this list below to help of some of the best TV streaming apps in 2020. Let’s have a look!


Every movie connoisseur knows just one player in the region, the biggest and greatest streaming service that is Netflix. While the digital shelves are not always included with fresh movies and TVs, but it is the must-have staple streamer you can buy whenever you decide to cut the cord to live without it. It is the most essential streaming app today, present in almost all smart TVs. The quality of the Ultra HD films and TV we have tried on both TV and smartphones or Tablets is exquisite. Netflix’s original content since 2013 has grown to a phenomenal degree with hundreds of popular shows including Orange is the New Black, Stranger Things, House of Cards, Master of None, Top Kid, and The Witcher.

Netflix’s licensed content leaving it for new competitor services is proving to be the number one threat. For example, Friends has already left the service, and the Office will eventually leave for the ad-supported Peacock of NBC. Both received large viewers on Netflix in the US, which will be a heavy loss for Netflix.

Amazon Prime

Netflix and Amazon are the two sides of the same coin. They are not identical but the variations are small. That’s why Prime comes close to second in the battle for the best streaming services. Their discrepancies can be quite specific. Much like Netflix, Amazon Prime offers its own range of original videos – like Upload, Hunters, & The Boys – but usually, they receive the have the same fanfare as Netflix does. Although Netflix is as culpable for useless content, it is worth noting that from time to time Amazon Prime has provided somewhat awful new add-ons.

The two major differences between services are the fact that access to Amazon’s streaming service comes standard with an Amazon Prime subscription, meaning access to Amazon Music and premium delivery services. As far as its cost is concerned, an Amazon Prime subscription will run for about $10.99 per month, under Netflix’s basic plan. But there’s a 30-day free trial so when you get started you don’t have to pick up the money.


Hulu offers a large-scale video streaming service, along with numerous NBC, FOX and Comedy central titles such as The Simpsons, Saturday Night Live and South Park. It is also the only Nintendo Switch streaming service app. It offers two basic plans: the standard on-demand streaming service that you have always loved and known, and the new Hulu with Live TV. The previous works well and is worthwhile for entry -particularly as a monthly subscription was reduced to $5.99 only. (You can also combine the monthly subscription with Disney Plus and ESPN Plus for $12.99).

Disney Plus

Disney Plus doesn’t seem like it’s going to be the only TV streaming service of your lifetime. But, it is a family-friendly option instead. The content is selected very specifically: Disney Animated Films, Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel, and National Geographic. Essentially, if it is owned by Disney and children will enjoy, you can find it here. Disney Plus has a user-friendly app that provides 4K quality for the same $6.99 per month (you can also subscribe for a whole year at $69.99, and combine with ESPN+ and Hulu for $12.99 a month).

Apple TV Plus

Apple has money bags and creativity by its hands in the new subscription service. Apple’s muscles are being flexed to acquire the finest skills with The Morning Show, the pricey play of Steve Carrell, Reese Witherspoon, and Jennifer Aniston, as well as See starring Jason Momoa.

Unfortunately, it lacks a deep content library, which would be needed to be the best streaming service for the platform in 2020. However, some of this programming worth checking out is a rather lean at $4.99 a month only, particularly Mythic Quest, a new production by the developers in Philadelphia. This library could grow over time into something large.