Crunchyroll is now available for all of your Windows 10 devices

Microsoft announced three new apps that are coming to Windows 10 today, including Roku, SiriusXM, and Crunchyroll. While the former two are available for PC only, Crunchyroll is available for all of your Windows 10 devices.

The app is free, and you can begin watching for free with no membership required. You can also try premium with a 14-day free trial.

Here's Microsoft's description of the app:

The new Crunchyroll app for Windows 10 offers thousands of episodes of your favorite Anime straight out of Japan, on all of your Windows 10 devices (free download, subscription required)! Watch the newest seasons of shows like Naruto Shippuden, Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-, Parasyte, Fairy Tail, Hunter X Hunter and many more.

The app’s Live Tile will rotate through the five most recently updated series to show you what’s new, and you can ask Cortana to do searches like: “Hey Cortana, play Naruto Shippuden on Crunchyroll” or “Hey Cortana, show me popular anime on Crunchyroll.” Start watching for free (no membership required) or try premium free with a 14-day trial.*

The new app seems to be live in the Windows Store now, so you can grab it right here. If you're not on Windows 10, you can still grab the Windows Phone 8 version of the app.

Source: Windows Blog

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