For my daughter Lindsey Sullivan, she loves Anime!
From Mashable: We’re big fans of Boxee, the media center software with a social twist. Boxee (which is available for Mac & Windows) not only lets you manage your digital media on your home computer or networks, it also lets you access tons of great online content straight from your TV or PC.
Today Boxee has announced that it is partnering with Crunchyroll — an online community and video site dedicated to Anime and Asian entertainment — to bring tons of legal Anime video content to Boxee () acounts for free.
Crunchyroll boasts more than five million registered users and claims to have the largest online collection of legal Anime and Asian entertainment. According to their site, Crunchyroll’s content is “provided by Asian media leaders including TV TOKYO, Shueisha, Fuji Creative Corporation, Pony Canyon, Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation, Toei Animation, Gonzo, Munhwa Broadcasting of America, and many others.”
The new Boxee Crunchroll app, available today, lets users browse Japanese, Korean, and Chinese TV content. Users can enjoy Crunchyroll content for free, but users who sign up as Crunchyroll Anime Members can get higher quality streams (up to 720p HD video), no advertisements and access to simulcast shows as early as one hour after the Japanese broadcast. Membership starts at $5 a month, which is honestly a pretty good deal if you’re an Anime fan.
We think it’s great that more and more types of content are coming to Boxee, especially one as poplar as Anime. What do you think Anime fans? Let us know!