WHAT’S ON IT?
-New original series like Dimension 20, Game Changer, Um Actually, Breaking News, What the F 101, Ultramechatron Team Go, Bad Internet, and more.
-Exclusive content you won't find anywhere else - all uncensored and ad-free - with talent like Brennan Lee Mulligan, Sam Reich, Zac Oyama, Emily Axford, Ally Beardsley, Lou Wilson, Aabria Iyengar, Erika Ishii, and more.
-Weekly releases of new episodes, including Dimension 20, Adventuring Party, Game Changer, and more.
-The definitive way to browse our extensive library of the CH video content you know and love.
-The knowledge that you are supporting an independent comedy channel for the cost of one sorta okay sandwich per month.
But hey, big blocks of text are pretty boring. Instead, how about just trying DROPOUT for a week totally free? Download the app and sign up for a trial of 3 free-as-heck days to watch everything your eyes can handle. Cancel anytime in the 3 day trial and never be charged!
Don’t like it? I mean, we’re deeply hurt, but we understand. Cancel your membership, throw your phone in a lake, however you cope with disappointment. DO like it? Just kick back and keep watching, and your first month will automatically begin at the end of the free trial. Annual plans are also available at a discount, if you’re a money whiz. So go ahead and give it a try!
This text isn’t gonna get any more interesting. I mean, I think we’ve pretty much covered all the good stuff. Still here? Um, ok. How’s everything? Good? Cool, cool. What are you looking for? The app description is over. For real. We’re not gonna say any more stuff. Check out the free trial. It’s way better than hanging out in the Play Store this long.
Wow, you’re dedicated. Do you just love app descriptions? Weird. OK, we’re gonna go. Bye.
To access all features and content you can subscribe to DROPOUT By CollegeHumor on a monthly or yearly basis with an auto-renewing subscription right inside the app.* Pricing can vary by region and will be confirmed before purchase in the app. In app subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of their cycle.
* All payments will be paid through your iTunes Account and may be managed under Account Settings after the initial payment. Subscription payments will automatically renew unless deactivated at least 24-hours before the end of the current cycle. Your account will be charged for renewal at least 24-hours prior to the end of the current cycle. Any unused portion of your free trial will be forfeited upon payment. Cancellations are incurred by disabling auto-renewal.
Terms of Service: https://www.dropout.tv/tos
* Bug fixes
* Performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Just pay the $5
So yeah, its basically college humor, that thing that used to be kind of funny sometimes and absolutely free until facebook lied about the potential of their new streaming service and conned them and a bunch of other media companies into making a huge bet on facebook and investing all of their efforts into the facebook feed, only to be swindled millions of dollars when facebook revealed that the goal was never to actually engage artists with audiences but to just keep people on facebook while taking an oversized share of the ad revenue… so anyway college humor went bankrupt right as they were hitting their stride and it was a huge shame because the writing and performances had really matured, but luckily the former president of college humor, Sam Reich, (fun fact- if you're wondering who that delightful old man on tik tok, who is always proselytizing Keynesian economic reform is..: he’s sam’s dad, Robert Reich! … and Clinton’s former labor secretary… remember the 90’s!? good times) anyway sam used some of that sweet sweet Clinton money and bought out most of the IP and started dropout, and for just $5 a month you can enjoy all their zany adventures! Is it worth $5? If you know what Keynesian economics is then you absolutely have $5 to burn each month you ivy leaguer, and you can rest assured that it is supporting artists who would otherwise be that barista who is kind of funny sometimes when they’ve remember to take their antidepressants
Great content, and the app has improved an already working base
First and foremost, I just like the content. Came for Dimension 20, stayed for the ridiculous game shows, Surprising News, and also Dimension 20 still. Like College Humor? Give it a shot, it’s literally that. The app has always been more reliable than most of the smaller streaming services I’ve tried. It utilizes the great video functions Apple has implemented, like Picture in Picture mode and playing the audio while the phone has been locked (Dimension 20 is fun to watch, but it’s not even close to being necessary when it’s time to walk the dog during episodes). That said, it has had minor issues I’ve run into. The players playlist has worked off and on, I have yet to get closed captions to work with Airplay (though casting to a chrome stick has working captions), and locking the screen meant pressing play AFTER it’s been locked to get it going. That said, I no longer have to manually play the videos on the screen lock! They’re making progress on an already (relatively) superior app, and staying on my list of “stop last” should subscriptions ever be an issue for my budget. Now if we can just get more Breaking News about Grant Anthony O’Brien, I’ll be satisfied.
How did I get here?
I don’t know how this happened. I actually don’t know if I’m in a place yet to talk about it. But the app asked me if I was enjoying it and I felt it was disrespectful not to answer. Especially after everything we’ve been through. But then it had a follow up question about if I wanted to leave a review…. I mean, how am I supposed to say that I’m enjoying the app and then NOT leave a review!? If I was really enjoying the app… wouldn’t leaving a review be easy!?!?!? You’d think!!!!! But no!!!! Instead of just the star ratings, they have a spot available for A TITLE OF MY REVIEW!!!!! Like I’m creating a blog exposing how many hours of my life I’ve devoted to watching (and rewatching) shows on dropout. Well, if you want a blog style review, you’ll get it. That includes the unnecessary information of where I grew up and human interaction that got me here. Or maybe, it’s the lack of human interaction…. I mean, why DO I have enough free time to watch every episode of Dimension 20? And why do I have more memories with Ally playing her makeshift game of mafia/imposter than I do with friends strolling the streets with PSL’s? Have I become so much of a hermit that I find company in only that of a streaming service like Dropout? It’s a lot to think about.
Oh…. I guess Dropouts fine. I like the laughing and jokes. I left one star for you guys to reach for, but you’re doing pretty good.
Data Linked to You
The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:
- Contact Info
- User Content
Data Not Linked to You
The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:
- Search History
- Usage Data
Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More
- Connected Ventures
- 38.1 MB
- Requires iOS 12.2 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.2 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.2 or later.
- Apple TV
- Requires tvOS 13.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 17+ Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- ©2022 Connected Ventures, LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Monthly $5.99
- Annual $59.99