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FUNimation.com FAQ

Here you can find answers to questions about how the board works. Use the links or search box below to find your way around.

Who do I contact for app support?

Please visit our Support page and choose the reason for contact that is most appropriate for the issue that you are experiencing.
  • Mobile/Tablet: Technical - Mobile & Tablet App
  • Roku: Technical - Roku
  • Xbox: Technical - Xbox

Which devices have a FUNimation app?

There is a FUNimation app for iPhone, iPad, Android mobile, Android tablet, Kindle Fire, Roku, and Xbox 360. More devices are coming soon. Click here to find out more.

Will you be adding more devices?

Yes, we'll be announcing more devices soon. Keep an eye on this page, visit our blog, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

Why can't I log in to the FUNimation Roku channel, the Xbox app, or any of the other apps?

You will need to use your username and not your email address to log in to all FUNimation apps, including the Roku channel and the Xbox app. You only need to use your email address to log in to the website.

Why do I only see 2-4 episodes for every show on your Roku channel and Xbox app?

Only subscribers have access to the full catalog on the FUNimation Roku Channel and on the FUNimation Xbox app. Free users have access to the first 2 episodes of each show that is 13 episodes or less and the first 4 episodes of each show that is 14 episodes or more. Click here to become a subscriber!

Why do I see ads on the videos?

Only FUNimation subscribers can watch videos on the FUNimation apps without ads. Click here to become a subscriber today! If you are already a subscriber, please make sure that you are logged in to the app.

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