How to organize remote binge watching sessions with your friends on the web.
In this blog, I will discuss How to organize remote binge watching sessions with your friends on the web. Just because you have to maintain social distance, It doesn’t mean you can’t have chill out with your friends. There are quite a few web resources that will let you watch TV shows and films with your family, and will even allow you to host YouTube marathons.
This resource makes easy for your friends and family to watch videos together regardless of where they are in the world. Simply create a room for free and share its link via messengers or email. To stream videos, you have to first select the source- YouTube, Vimeo, Deezer, Instagram, Twitter, DailyMotion, Facebook from the dropdown above the screen and search for what you want to view.
My Circle TV
This is another fantastic resources that lets you stream videos with your friends and family, simultaneously, after you create a free room and share its link with them. Now while this website does not support video chat, it sporta very intuitive six-tab user interface: ‘Chat’ for text-based messaging; ‘My Video’ that allows participants to stream content from cloud sources such as Dropbox, Google Drive and myCloud.
Unlike Watch2Gether and My Circle TV, TwoSeven does not allow you to create a temporary room, and every user is required to sign-up for a free account. On the plus side, TwoSeven has a clutter-free interface that makes it easier to focus on the content you’re viewing. You get video, voice and text chat, and this service also lets you share personal clips to view together with each other.