With the COVID-19 situation, it’s not always possible to sit with your friends and enjoy your favourite shows together. It is due to this sole reason that Rabbit existed. It was a viral platform where you could stream and interact with your friends and family at the same time. But due to the lack of funding the platform was shut down.
Many of its users are still out there waiting for it to come back. Well, until then here is a list of the 10 best alternatives to Rabbit. Now, more than ever, these alternatives are required to make our lockdowns a little less boring and a little more interactive.
10 Best Alternatives to Rabbit
Our first pick on the list is Metastream. The platform uses advanced tech to bring a very synchronized streaming experience. It has multiple people support and very low to almost no latency.
The platform also has support for all the popular streaming apps like Netflix, Prime Video and Disney Hotstar. One main problem of the platform, though is the lack of an option to stream downloaded media and also audio and video support.
Twoseven is another excellent alternative to Rabbit. The app has live chat and audio commentary support. This makes it perfect to be used as a streaming option for friends and family.
It has the option to add chrome extensions and lets you stream from any site. Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu and many other sites are supported on it. The platform doesn’t have app support, though.
From the name, it should be pretty clear what the platform aims to achieve. The benefit of using this particular platform is that there is also live music and shopping option baked in.
Along with all that, there is also gif and chat support on the platform that makes the whole watching together(you see what I did there) experience a lot better. The site has a paid subscription that starts at a $3.99 per month.
Well, if you were looking for alternatives to Rabbit but want to stream only Netflix with your friends, then Netflix party makes perfect sense for you. It has a group chat feature with emojis, gifs support and a typing indicator too.
The platform also doesn’t need any heavy software and works fine on any web browser. It provides a seamless experience to watch Netflix with your friends.
If you are looking for a video content syncing software for your friends and family, then SyncPlay is the perfect solution. It has apps for windows, macs, Linux systems and allows users to stream downloaded content on private rooms.
These rooms can be shared with friends and family, and the downloaded content can be enjoyed together. The platform doesn’t have any interactive support like chat/video though.
Now, if you are looking for alternatives to Rabbit that is very similar to it, then Airtime is the perfect platform. It’s mainly for those who want a video or music sharing solution on their smartphones.
The platform has an audio commentary, live chat, gifs support for interactive video watching experience. It also has to support up to 10 users at a time. The platform is an easy recommendation for anyone.
As the name goes, ShareTube is a platform that delivers on a practical shared YouTube watching experience with your friends and family. Just create a room, enter the video URL, and you are good to go.
In terms of interactivity, it doesn’t do much except for chat options. But, what it does well is to provide a simple experience with just a chat option for some interaction.
Let’s say you are teaching a game to your friend, cousin or someone else. Then the game streaming platform Parsec will come in real handy. Be it for teaching or enjoying a game together, the platform provides very well-synced streaming experience. It also has a live commenting feature for interaction.
The platform doesn’t have support for video playback, and only the one streaming can control the playback. All in all, if you are only looking to stream games then yes Parsec does that well.
Most of us watch anime, and if you are not one of us, then now is an excellent time to start. AnimeParty brings the best anime watching experience with your friends and family. The platform gives the option to create rooms and share them with your friends.
It also covers you on the interaction part with the group chat feature. If you are an anime lover and so are your friends, then you can use AnimeParty to enjoy your favourite anime with them.
The final alternative to Rabbit on our list is mycircle.tv. It is here because of the seamless streaming experience it provides to its users. The platform has integrated YouTube and other streaming sites support.
The site is also straightforward to use and therefore makes the whole experience of watching content together a lot easier One can directly play video on the site and others can seamless enjoy it at the same time. For interaction, there is only a chat feature with gif support.
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