Pros and Cons
- can save favorites
- good to great-looking videos
- multiple payment options
- no download option
- nonexclusive content
- no advanced search
Are your porn tastes varied? Do you want to watch a hot lesbian scene one day and a hot anal creampie the next? Well, there are sites out there that look to cover a wide array of porn niches and Fyre TV is one of them. But is it any good? That is what I am about to tell you.
There is definitely a lot to like about FyreTV. The site looks great, it is easy to navigate and with all the various search and filter options you should have a very pleasant time making your way through the collection. Not that you will ever be able to get through it all given that there are over 75,000 scenes currently waiting for you (nothing is dated, so I don't know how often they are adding new content). And if you were wondering about the variety let me tell you about my experience.
Through some random clicking, the first thing I watched was a hardcore threesome featuring the famous Rocco. After that I checked out a Seymore Butts classic and, speaking of classics, my next stop was a scene from "The Italian Stallion." (Yup, the one starring Sylvester Stallone.) I know those three selections are a little old, but have no fear, there is no lack of recent and brand-new releases as well.
If you were wondering about video quality I can tell you that almost everything I watched looked good to great streaming on the site's embedded Flash player. There is no download option, though. When you purchase a scene or a movie it goes into the "my library" section for you to access anytime. There is also a very cool option that allows you to watch all your Fyre TV porn on your television by streaming it using a Roku, Boxee, Google TV or Apple TV.
There are three ways to watch the movies. You can purchase minutes and use them to watch catalog content or you can just purchase individual scenes or entire movies. From what I saw, scenes ranged from about $2-$6 and full movies were generally $14-$20.
Or you can sign up to individual studio packages and access their content on a monthly basis. The monthly price does vary depending on the studio you choose, but the most common price is $19.95/month. I would have liked to see a monthly option that gave me access to everything, but that doesn't look to be something they offer.
There is no question that the amount, variety and quality are great. For me, I think it just comes down to whether or not one of the payment options works well for you. And if it does then I have no hesitation in recommending you sign up.