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Funimation launches its all-in-one anime destination site

Get access to the studio's entire library.
Funimation launches its all-in-one anime destination site
Andrew Tarantola
Andrew Tarantola|@terrortola|March 7, 2016 4:30 PM

Funimation Entertainment announced today that its FunimationNow platform is now live. The site, which we first saw back at CES, will make the studio's expansive archive of shows -- including DBZ, Attack on Titan and Assassination Classroom -- available to subscribers without ads or viewing restrictions. The new service will initially be available on iOS, Android, Kindle and Windows 10 devices while support for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Roku devices is expected by May.

Pricing for the service will be tiered. Free accounts will have to deal with ads and have access to a limited portion of the archives. For $5 a month, viewers will get full access to the entire HD library of shows but they'll all be subtitled (which is how they're best viewed anyway). The $8/month tier gives you everything from the lower tiers plus access to dubbed versions of shows and bonus content.
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Funimation launches its all-in-one anime destination site