Crunchyroll, one of the biggest anime-streaming services, has launched a new Beta website that is sure to meet the needs of every anime fan out there!
Personalized recommendations? Your own watchlists? All of your most needed features will be present on the new Crunchyroll website.
With Crunchyroll’s growing catalog, a new organized interface was the need of the hour and it looks like the website is a step ahead in its development.
Crunchyroll has announced its new beta website that is currently functional and will be further developed for its users. Currently, the website is only available for 20% of its premium subscribers.
However, Crunchyroll plans to roll out the new website to all premium and free users in the US. The official launch date has not been announced yet.
So let’s take a tour of all the new features that the website promises to offer!
- Personalized recommendations! Crunchyroll will track the kinds of anime you have watched and recommend further anime based on them.
- Seamless navigation for specific shows but we are hoping that it will gradually extend.
- Improved search and filter options to make finding specific anime easier.
- User interface to help us filter by genre as well as subs and dubs!
- Users will be able to create their own unique lists of anime and set their own avatar from Crunchyroll’s curated image list.
- Mobile responsive website
- Last but not the least, Crunchyroll’s anime experts will compile interesting anime lists keeping in mind specific genres!
Can you imagine how much fun it will be to create your own anime lists and share it with your friends? Even better! You can give it whatever crazy name you wish!
Crunchyroll’s new user interface seems to be generating a lot of buzz amongst its users and rightly so. Even if there are a few glitches now, we are hoping that they will be fixed by the time it is available to everyone.
Crunchyroll is an American distributor, publisher, and licensing company focused on streaming anime, manga, and drama.
Founded in 2006 by a group of University of California, Berkeley graduates, Crunchyroll’s distribution channel and partnership program deliver content to 50 million registered users worldwide.
Crunchyroll offers over 900 anime shows, more than 200 Asian dramas to users, and 50 manga titles as Crunchyroll Manga. However, not all programming is available worldwide due to licensing restrictions.