Stirr is a free video streaming service that includes on-demand access to thousands of hours of TV and movies, along with more than 100 virtual live streaming channels.
In markets where viewers have a Sinclair-owned TV station, users will be able to view local news content.
We tested Stirr and other subscription streaming services for more than 100 hours. Stirr is compatible with Apple TV, iPhone/iPad, Web Browsers, Android Phone/Tablet, Roku, and Android TV.
Like many free ad-supported TV providers, Stirr offers many free virtual channels. Channels include Buzzr, People TV, Revry, Comet, and several channels dedicated to specific shows like “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Kitchen Nightmares,” “Whose Line is it Anyway?” “The Beverly Hillbillies.”
The service also has especially curated channels like Stirr Fitness, Stirr Travel and Stirr Cooks.
You also get access to the Horse Shopping Channel, which is, well, something.
On demand options include “The X-Files,” “CSI: Miami,” “Magnum, P.I.” and game shows like “Family Feud” and “Card Sharks.”
Stirr does have a library of movies, but it is quite weak in comparison to some other free streaming services. We’re talking about films like “The Accidental Husband” with Uma Thurman, “What Just Happened” with Robert De Niro, and “Direct Action” with Dolph Lundgren.
If you’re looking for free movies, you’ll likely do better with another service.
Stirr is compatible with these devices:
Most video streams are in 720p HD.
Content has stereo audio.