There's no shortage of streaming video services out there, but most of them have something in common: they'll either cost you a chunk of money via a monthly subscription fee, or you'll have to plug in a cable or satellite login – which costs even more money – to access some or all of the content.
Crackle is the rare exception to that rule: Sony's service is 100% free, and it's been that way for a decade now. No, Crackle doesn't have the vast selection of Netflix or the speedy TV episode turnarounds of Hulu, but it's fully ad-supported and it won't cost you a thing.
So why don't more people use Crackle? Why isn…
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