I didn't see much anime from years ago. In the early 2000s (I feel old from just writing the date?), I was a huge fan of anime, and religiously followed some like Neon Genesis Evangelion, Rurouni Kenshin, Cowboy Bebop, Those Who Hunt Elves, among many. It was a very different time from today, where anime was not so widespread, cosplaying was limited to Asia, and getting new episodes was basically exchanging burned DVDs by oneself, due to the slow internet connections that we have. A little totally different from today. I keep watching anime, but infrequently, like FullMetal Alchemist, Gurren Lagann, Kill la Kill and movies like Your Name and of course all of Studio Ghibli.
However, At the end of last year and the beginning of this one, I have regained a lot of interest in Anime. Maybe powered because now I'm hooked on various VNs (visual novels) on the Playstation Vita like Steins; Gate or DanganronpaOr maybe because of how much Your Name resonated with me, I've ended up watching quite a bit of anime again.
Free Anime on Android?
And one of the best ways to watch anime for free on Android, I found it with the ANYME app. It is not available in the Play Store so they will have to activate Unknown Sources when they download the Installer, but once they have it, you can see all the anime you want on your smartphones!
The app syncs with MyAnymeList, a database that allows us to add animes that we are seeing / want to see / have seen, which makes searching for available anime much easier.
The app serves in essence as an intermediary between MyAnimeList and the servers that host chapters. Once you read our MyAnimeList list, it will show us a series of sources from where we can see Anime Online, such as GoGoAnime (my favorite), KissAnime, AnimeHeaven, 9Anime and Masteranime. We simply choose one of these sources, and we look at how many available chapters it has.
Once the source and the chapter have been chosen, the video will load in our favorite installed player (VLC, MXPlayer). We can choose between Dubs in English, or Subs, with the Japanese language and subtitles in English. Because the sources it uses are English anime hosts, we can watch free anime on android with subtitles in Spanish if we previously downloaded them, or use the app we use to watch video, to download or overlay them. Of course, knowing English simplifies the whole process.
Interested in watching Free Anime from Android? So download Anyme from here