A short time ago, it would have been hard to find a 4K TV for less than $ 1,000, but now they are available for a quarter of that. However, despite being more affordable (and, therefore, at the center of more home entertainment settings) than ever, finding content in 4K can take a bit of work.
That does not mean that there is not enough 4K Ultra HD content out there to be consumed, because it exists, you just need to know where to find it. That's where we entered. We have reviewed all the best platforms and services to help you find the best 4K material on the market, with the highlights that include Amazon Prime Video, Google Play Movies and Netflix.
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Cost: $ 16 per month for the Premium plan that includes Ultra HD content.
Requirements: Recommended internet speed of 25 Mbps or more; multiple 4K Ultra HD TVs from manufacturers such as Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Sony, Vizio, Philips, TCL and Hisense; or a compatible 4K Ultra HD TV connected to any of the recent Roku players compatible with 4K,
or Chromecast Ultra, among others.
Netflix, a constant innovator, was one of the first Services to offer 4K Ultra HD content, which took flight with the second season of its original series House of Cards . Since then, the content has been growing steadily: all the main original series of the service are now recorded in 4K, and some in HDR, including recent hits and old favorites. Netflix also continually adds new 4K movies and impressive nature documents to its library.
Cost: Included with $ 120 per year or $ 13 per month Main membership; The titles selected for a rental start at $ 8, and titles for purchase vary between $ 20 and $ 30.
Requirements: Recommended internet speed of 25 Mbps or more; select 4K Ultra HD TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, Vizio and Panasonic, as well as compatible 4K Ultra HD TVs connected to Roku transmissions with 4K capability, Nvidia Shield TV transmitter, Apple TV 4K and (of course) Amazon Fire 4K TV transmission devices with transmission capacity.
Amazon's "free" service, which comes with a Prime subscription, was released with 4K Ultra HD versions of some of its original series like Mozart in the Jungle and Transparent and since then it has expanded to include most of its original series, as well as many other television series and movies. Amazon also broadcasts many of its original HDR series, including Jack Ryan at Dolby Vision.
The service also has a rotating selection of 4K Ultra HD movies as part of its Prime collection; The exact number of specific titles available will vary from month to month. As for the not-so-free selections, Amazon sells a number of 4K Ultra HD titles starting at around $ 20.
Cost: Starting at $ 6 for rentals, $ 20 for purchases.
Requirements: Apple TV 4K connected to a 4K UHD TV.
After the release of the Apple TV 4K, iTunes began adding a selection of 4K and HDR content to its store. These titles are available to buy or rent. Finding content in the iTunes store is easy: the icons mark content like 4K, HDR and / or Dolby Vision (Dolby's exclusive HDR format). An advantage of iTunes is that the 4K versions of the titles cost the same as the HD versions, which is drastically cheaper than most other services.
Cost: Some rentals are free (ad supported, 4K paid rentals start at $ 7, from $ 20 to $ 30 per purchase.
Requirements: Recommended Internet speed of 10 to 11 Mbps or higher, 4K TVs equipped with Vizio, LG and Roku, Roku transmitters with 4K capacity or the Nvidia Shield TV device paired with a compatible 4K Ultra HD TV.
The download service / Movie rental Vudu has been quietly working on the 4K Ultra HD conversation The service has slowly increased the amount of compatible devices and constantly adds more The Vudu library is continuously updated with many of the latest UHD movie releases, and now is one of the best services to find movies in UHD to show the capabilities of your TV 4K.It is also part of Movies Anywhere, which allows you to store your digital vault from Múlti ples services.
Cost: Free; $ 12 per month for YouTube Premium subscription; $ 2 to $ 15 for movie rentals / purchases.
Requirements: Recommended internet speed of 25 Mbps or more; Ultra HD TV with Android TV operating system and certain Samsung and LG TVs; Roku transmitter with capacity for 4K, Amazon Fire TV, Nvidia Shield TV or Chromecast Ultra connected to a 4K TV. Keep in mind that the number of TVs that support YouTube's 4K brand keeps changing, since the YouTube app does not mean it will be in 4K, so check with retailers before making a purchase.
Thanks in Much of its huge army of video contributors and a barrage of 4K cameras now on the market, YouTube has quickly become one of the best sources of 4K Ultra HD content. You will not find a large catalog of movies or TV series, but those who are looking for some brilliant scenes to show off their crazy 4K Ultra HD skills on your TV will find them here, from nature videos to high-flying acrobatics. And perhaps best of all is that most are free, like the popular HDR channel.
Cost: $ 1 to $ 10 per rental.
Requirements: Recommended Minimum download speed of 10 Mbps or higher; The application is available on select Samsung, Hisense, Vizio and Sony Bravia Ultra HD TVs, Roku devices with 4K capacity, Amazon Fire TV or Nvidia Shield TV transmission box.
As the self-proclaimed host of the largest library of 4K Ultra HD Ultraflix has hundreds of hours of nature documentaries in 4K (including several titles originally created for IMAX), dozens of concerts, videos of musical acts and hundreds of hours of science fiction, action, comedy and drama, all for rent in blocks of 48 hours.
Cost: Starting at $ 2 for TV episode rentals, $ 8 per movie for a 24-hour rental and from $ 15 to $ 35 for purchases.  Requirements: Sony 4K Ultra HD TV; The 4K Ultra HD TV with copyright protection HDCP 2.2 and PlayStation 4 Pro for 4K Ultra HD playback (other Sony devices are compatible, but do not have 4K playback).
Sony's Video On Demand (VOD) service allows the purchase and rental of more than 200 movies and television shows.
Cost: Rentals start at $ 5 (varies by title) and movies cost $ 20 to $ 25 to buy.
Requirements: Recommended minimum download speed of 10 Mbps; select Ultra HD TVs, PC or Roku transmitter compatible with 4K connected to Ultra HD 4K TV.
This service was originally known as M-Go, before Fandango bought it and changed it. The service offers 4K UHD movies, either for purchase or rental, as well as a healthy selection of movies that are also offered with HDR. Unlike other services, FandangoNow has a list on its website that makes it easy to see what movies are available with HDR, and what is only available in standard 4K.
Cost: Rent $ 5, $ 12 to $ 25 for purchase.
Requirements: 20 Mbps internet connection; Chromecast Ultra, Nvidia Shield TV or Roku transmitter compatible with 4K connected to a 4K TV, among other devices.
Google has its own 4K streaming device, the Chromecast Ultra, and Google Play Store has a selection of 4K movies. Available for rent or purchase. However, this service is not only relegated to Chromecast Ultra. Any 4K compatible device that supports Google Play, such as Roku or Nvidia Shield devices, can access these movies through the Google Play application.
Cost: $ 45 to $ 50 per month.
Requirements: An internet speed of 30 Mbps is recommended; Chromecast Ultra, Fire TV, Roku or Apple TV.
In July 2018, FuboTV became the first live sports TV broadcast service offering 4K programming with HDR. At first, the only games that took advantage of this increase in visual fidelity were the 2018 World Cup matches, but the service later added some NCAA football games in 4K as well. While the content of 4K is still quite limited, the service is equipped to display both Fox and FS1 in 4K with HDR10, so, at a minimum, we expect to see more live sports using these technologies in the future. The service has also said it will start offering some entertainment programming (not just sports) in 4K with HDR this fall.