Hulu is great for browsing TV shows, and while more and more networks are bringing their shows online, it's hard to keep track of where and when you can watch it all.
Hulu is great for browsing TV shows, and while more and more networks are bringing their shows online, it's hard to keep track of where and when you can watch it all. But the new kid on the block — whose new interface was featured at today's Google I/O conference keynote — brings you curated, full-length video from all around the web in one place, viewable naively from your web browser in HTML5 format (read: you can watch on your iPad). Called Clicker.tv, you can browse videos that have been posted online from various network websites (ABC, MTV, NBC, etc.), even hook up to your Netflix streaming account from one sleek interface. No more running to Hulu, then NBC, then MTV for The Hills — just head over to Clicker.tv, select your show, and you're automatically sent to the correct website to watch. Bonus — there's even a "Live" selection, so you can watch news, events, and shows that are streaming right now.
Clicker has more than 650,000 episodes from over 10,000 shows available to watch, not to mention its selection of 30,000 movies and 80,000 music videos to browse through as well. The best part is, if you have an Internet-connected TV and/or set-top box, you can watch your online videos and shows right from your couch without having to hook up any extra peripherals. Oh, and did I mention sign-up is free?