Posted on Monday, July 24th, 2017 by Will Hagle
Reelgood organizes each of your video service subscriptions into a single interface.
As more and more TV viewers are cutting cable in favor of digital streaming services, websites have been popping up in order to direct people to their favorite shows and movies. There are simply too many options across various platforms, and it can be difficult to locate exactly what you want to watch. Former weekly fave JustWatch is a valuable resource for finding which shows and movies are available for streaming or purchase on various sites, but Reelgood takes that same premise to a new level. Reelgood takes all of the content available on the streaming services to which you subscribe, and organizes them into one well-designed interface.
When you sign up for Reelgood, you’re asked to select all of the streaming services to which you currently subscribe. That can include HBO Go/Now, Showtime, Netflix, Hulu, etc. The site then displays all of the content that’s available across all of those services, and displays them on a homepage with Netflix-style navigation. This makes it easier to browse through all of your streaming options without having to jump from site to site. Reelgood also integrates information about episodes or movies from IMDB, so you can read about shows or movies before watching. It’s a simple idea for a site, but the design and execution is worth creating an account. If you’re sick of checking all your streaming options before deciding on something to watch, consider signing up for a Reelgood account to make that decision a little bit easier.