FunimationNow offers iPhone and iPad owners access to tons of anime on the go

The anime studio Funimation has officially launched FunimationNow on iTunes, offering iPhone and iPad owners access to hundreds of anime movies and TV shows on the go. The service is available for free, but there are also two optional subscription tiers that add more content and features.

Funimation says:

Starting today, subscribers will enjoy unlimited, ad-free HD streaming access to Funimation's expansive library of hit anime television and film properties, both subbed and dubbed, including "Dragon Ball Z," "Attack on Titan," "Fairy Tail," "Cowboy Bebop," "Assassination Classroom" and more, on iOS, Android, Kindle, and Windows 10 devices. FunimationNow provides fans with unparalleled access to the hottest new simulcasts while also providing subscribers access to a vast catalog of classic anime television shows and films they know and love."

Her are the three subscription tiers to FunimationNow:

Basic- Free

  • limited anime library
  • video ads

Subpass – $4.99/month

  • All subtitled anime including simulcasts
  • Unlimited device streaming (subtitled only)
  • Ad-free in HD

All Access Pass – $7.99/month:

  • All subtitled anime including simulcasts
  • Unlimited device streaming (subbed and dubbed)
  • All English-dubbed anime
  • Funimation Broadcast Dubs - English-dubbed episodes of select shows that are available within weeks of the Japanese broadcast
  • Exclusive video extras
  • Ad-free in HD

The new Apple TV will add support for FunimationNow in the future.

John Callaham

I have been writing professionally about technology and gaming news for 14 years.