Gogoanime tv is a website that you can watch anime on. Regarding visuals, it is mostly black, which saves power. It has both a search bar and a page listing all of its anime, so browsing comes easily. All in all, the layout is very accessible, and it makes it easy to find what you want.
Unlike certain sites, Gogoanime tv also features dubs of some anime, so if you are a person who prefers dubs, you will probably like this site. Furthermore, while this site contains many anime tv shows, it also contains anime movies too which are nice.
Interestingly enough, they only have 1932 likes on their Facebook page. It seems to be well run decently, as they typically reply within a few hours. Also, the most recent post by someone asking about either the site being down or about a technical difficulty was from November 29, which isn’t bad.
But there are some new ads in the footer which are not so good. They are annoying, and some create a big mess as well. That’s why KissAnime is no.1.
When clicking on an anime to see its episodes, a description of the anime is there, which is handy if you are looking for a new anime to watch. In this vein, there is always a picture from the anime when you click on it, so you can get an idea of the art style before you watch it.
In regards to ads, if you have AdBlock Plus, there are hardly any ads. However, depending on the video source of the anime you watch, you might get a popup here and there, but I didn’t come across any especially annoying ones.
The video quality was good, and it didn’t take long to load. The audio was fine too. Pausing worked as pausing should. Also, depending on the video source, you might even get a fast forward button and the option to turn off captions.
Each video on this website contains multiple sources, which means that the probability is high for finding a work source.
The Site’s Selection of Anime
Regarding the site’s anime selection, it is quite good. Making a rough estimate based on the amount of anime per page on their anime list, I’d say that the site offers over 3000 different viewing options.
Furthermore, this website has a mobile version, a Spanish version, a comic subsidiary (Gogo comic), a manga subsidiary (Gogo manga), and a drama subsidiary (Gogo Drama). This is very convenient, as links to their subsidiaries are at the top of the screen and easy to find, so if you wanted to switch from anime to manga, it would be quite easy to do so.
One negative thing is that when I clicked on the About Us link, it led to essentially a blank space. All I could find out about the site’s origins on the site were that it was copyrighted in 2014. However, the lack of an About Us page isn’t a big deal.
Overall, being on the site was an enjoyable, user-friendly experience. I would recommend it, and I’d check it out if you are looking for a new site to watch anime on.