iflix is a video on demand platform serving over a million users in southeast Asia for free! It has a wide catalog of content from movies to TV shows to live channels. iflix's content isn't limited to Asia but also procured from western production houses.
Popular western drama and sports channels are indulged into iflix to appeal to native users with foreign interests. These include the TV shows licensed from western production houses and media for their live sports. The local content on the other hand is even wider and procured from most Southeast Asian countries.
Available in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Myanmar, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Nepal, Cambodia, Pakistan, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Maldives, and Brunei, iflix's content varies by region. Both the web and app UI is crafted to be similar and are simple. The homepage has the movie of the day suggestion, which again, varies by region.
Also, it has categories as per genres like Indonesian, Korean Drama, Chinese Action, etc. There are also sections defining the current popular movies and TV shows everyone is watching. While you can search for a movie/TV show quickly from the search bar above, you may browse through the different sections of the platform if you don't have anything in mind.
While you can view the extensive iflix's content on the web, viewing in-app has additional features, like the ability to download content offline. iflix has two subscriptions for its viewers, free and paid, both have their own set of features.
While the free version is truly a free one, it's ad supportive, thus may show ads while in the middle of streaming. And if you wanted them to be removed, you can level up to paid version, which lets you download the content for offline streaming later (for up to 30 days), besides removing the ads.
Also, users can stream iflix on any device, and up to two devices simultaneously. Subtitles for most of its content are available, with the supporting ones of English, Malay, Indonesian, Thai, Burmese, Vietnamese, and Sinhala. And finally, there's a Fresh on Feed section for quick short videos and a Kids section for kids curated content.