Posted March 05, 2018 11:53:50The world is getting a bit too comfortable with Netflix, with a new trend popping up of streaming Softcore movies Online.
A few weeks ago, a Japanese-owned Japanese movie streaming service called AnimeLab launched a free service that lets people stream the popular Japanese anime series Naruto: Shippuden.
The service is currently only available in Japan, but it has a wider distribution around the world.
The company, known for their premium anime series, is the brainchild of Tokyo-based anime and video game developer Kobo.
AnimeLab has been around since 2003, but is now expanding into other countries.
The company has more than 100 titles on its site, including Naruto, Ghost in the Shell, and Fullmetal Alchemist.
Anime Lab has a large fan base on social media sites, but its new service is the biggest step yet for the company.
It has a list of about 100 million registered users, according to AnimeLab’s official Twitter account.
The service lets users stream videos of popular anime shows for free, but if a user chooses to pay, they’ll get access to more premium content.
Kobo’s service is also available on a free trial basis, and there are some notable features of AnimeLab.
For starters, it includes a subscription to anime streaming service Crunchyroll.
The app is free to download, and users can also stream movies from the Crunchybox app.
Animelab also offers a free version of its service for users to stream movies, as well as the ability to buy premium content for $4.99.
This is a very interesting concept, as it gives anime fans the option to watch movies that are otherwise hard to find on other platforms.
That may be the key to this new trend, as people might be looking for something to watch online when they can’t find it on Netflix or Hulu.