Popcorntime gives even the most non-technical people the ability to join in on the pirating parade

Currently https://popcorntime.sh and https://popcorntimece.ch/, or http://ci.popcorntime.sh for the Android version are the top recommendations from the respected community and have full open source available to check for malicious honeypot code.

Gizbeat does not condone pirating, we are here only to inform regarding the latest updates to the ongoing Popcorntime Timeforpopcorn saga.

Pirates use the folder icon to search for a movie

Few apps have caused as much controversy as Popcorntime. While pirating the latest movies and TV series has been around since broadband hit us, it usually required users to use torrenting apps or to navigate through sites full of pop-ups and malware.

Online browser version of Timeforpopcorn released

Popcorntime gives even the most non-technical people the ability to join in on the pirating parade by allowing users to simply point and click, or tap, to watch the latest movies. Popcorntime then automatically connects to the torrent and begins streaming the selected content from the beginning.

Due to the ease of using Popcorntime, and the zero risk involved regarding malware, it opened up pirating to the casual user and layman

No only did Popcorntime make it easy for users, the makers also promise the app will remain 100% free, both in terms of advertising and giving the full version of the app away for nothing.

Subtitles in different languages or use your own

In addition to such simple graphic click-and-play use, both Timeforpopcorn download streaming and Popcorntime download streaming automatically include subtitles for nearly all content, in many languages.

Something wrong with the subs, or you want to use your own? No problem, simply click and select your own subtitles from your hard drive and they’ll play along with the movie.

Due to the ease of using Popcorntime, and the zero risk involved regarding malware, it opened up pirating to the casual user and layman, thus compounding piracy many fold.

Several times Popcorntime servers were shutdown, and each time, the programmers came back with a new iteration

It wasn’t just the movie industry at stake, full TV series seasons have been made available as well. Unsurprisingly, the entertainment industry took heavy steps towards stamping out Popcorntime. However, it wasn’t so simple, as the makers of Popcorntime had made the code open source, thus any programmer who had an inclination could fork the project.

Versions made available for all platforms

And so it was. Several forks popped up around the net, including Time For Popcorn, frustrating the entertainment industry.

Several times Popcorntime servers were shutdown, and each time, the programmers came back with a new iteration within a month or two.

fully working versions for Android, Mac OSX, iOS, 32-bit Linux, and 64-bit Linux

Interestingly, the much lesser known Time for Popcorn, aka Popcorn-time.se, aka Popcorn-time.to, has stayed operational throughout the shutdown fiascos, and is still going strong today. They’ve also had fully working versions for Android, Mac OSX, iOS, 32-bit Linux, and 64-bit Linux.

Free VPN service to mask a user’s IP

Several users of Popcorntime were arrested and charged with piracy. Popcorntime’s answer? Free VPN streaming, which is suggested by the app and users given the option to turn on VPN each time they started a new movie or TV show.

In it’s next-to-last release, programmers forked a release dubbed Popcorntime Community Edition (Popcorntime CE) at popcorntime.io. Which also ended up getting shutdown. What happened? A month later Popcorntime CE YIFY was released.

Popcorntime CE YIFY

YIFY is perhaps the best known piracy group on the net and they met the challenge head-on, simply registering their app download domain in countries less likely to bow down to the might of Hollywood and their court orders, at sites such as popcorntime.ws.

New options for techies – API endpoint and kat.cr for torrent searches

Not only did YIFY release Popcorntime again, they stepped up their game and released modern versions for Android, iOS, and Mac OSX. In addition to this long awaited move by Popcorntime, they also added new features requested by techies, such as the option to change the torrent API endpoint source, and to search kat.ph (aka kat.cr aka KickAssTorrents)

Not to be outdone by Popcorntime CE YIFY, Time For Popcorn took things in a new direction by releasing an HTML5 version of Time For Popcorn directly through the browser at popcorntime-online.io. Popcorntime’s answer? An online version of their popular app as well at popcorntime.ag/online-version.html.

A better question might be, when will the entertainment execs cave

So with all of these forks, versions, and methods of streaming, will the wrath of the entertainment industry be able to stop them? It seems that at every seeming success from Hollywood, the online community answers back 10-fold. A better question might be, when will the entertainment execs cave, and what are they willing to do to get a piece of the viewership pie.

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Popcorntime gives even the most non-technical people the ability to join in on the pirating parade Currently https://popcorntime.sh and https://popcorntimece.ch/, or http://ci.popcorntime.sh for the Android version are the top recommendations from the respected community and have full open source available to check for malicious honeypot code. Gizbeat does not condone pirating, we are...
<blockquote>Popcorntime gives even the most non-technical people the ability to join in on the pirating parade</blockquote> Currently https://popcorntime.sh and https://popcorntimece.ch/, or http://ci.popcorntime.sh for the Android version are the top recommendations from the respected community and have full open source available to check for malicious honeypot code. Gizbeat does not condone pirating, we are here only to inform regarding the latest updates to the ongoing Popcorntime Timeforpopcorn saga. Few apps have caused as much controversy as Popcorntime. While pirating the latest movies and TV series has been around since broadband hit us, it usually required users to use torrenting apps or to navigate through sites full of pop-ups and malware. <span id="more-9856"></span> Popcorntime gives even the most non-technical people the ability to join in on the pirating parade by allowing users to simply point and click, or tap, to watch the latest movies. Popcorntime then automatically connects to the torrent and begins streaming the selected content from the beginning. <blockquote>Due to the ease of using Popcorntime, and the zero risk involved regarding malware, it opened up pirating to the casual user and layman</blockquote> No only did Popcorntime make it easy for users, the makers also promise the app will remain 100% free, both in terms of advertising and giving the full version of the app away for nothing. In addition to such simple graphic click-and-play use, both Timeforpopcorn download streaming and Popcorntime download streaming automatically include subtitles for nearly all content, in many languages. Something wrong with the subs, or you want to use your own? No problem, simply click and select your own subtitles from your hard drive and they'll play along with the movie. Due to the ease of using Popcorntime, and the zero risk involved regarding malware, it opened up pirating to the casual user and layman, thus compounding piracy many fold. <blockquote>Several times Popcorntime servers were shutdown, and each time, the programmers came back with a new iteration</blockquote> It wasn't just the movie industry at stake, full TV series seasons have been made available as well. Unsurprisingly, the entertainment industry took heavy steps towards stamping out Popcorntime. However, it wasn't so simple, as the makers of Popcorntime had made the code open source, thus any programmer who had an inclination could fork the project. And so it was. Several forks popped up around the net, including Time For Popcorn, frustrating the entertainment industry. Several times Popcorntime servers were shutdown, and each time, the programmers came back with a new iteration within a month or two. <blockquote>fully working versions for Android, Mac OSX, iOS, 32-bit Linux, and 64-bit Linux</blockquote> Interestingly, the much lesser known Time for Popcorn, aka Popcorn-time.se, aka Popcorn-time.to, has stayed operational throughout the shutdown fiascos, and is still going strong today. They've also had fully working versions for Android, Mac OSX, iOS, 32-bit Linux, and 64-bit Linux. Several users of Popcorntime were arrested and charged with piracy. Popcorntime's answer? Free VPN streaming, which is suggested by the app and users given the option to turn on VPN each time they started a new movie or TV show. In it's next-to-last release, programmers forked a release dubbed Popcorntime Community Edition (Popcorntime CE) at popcorntime.io. Which also ended up getting shutdown. What happened? A month later Popcorntime CE YIFY was released. YIFY is perhaps the best known piracy group on the net and they met the challenge head-on, simply registering their app download domain in countries less likely to bow down to the might of Hollywood and their court orders, at sites such as popcorntime.ws. Not only did YIFY release Popcorntime again, they stepped up their game and released modern versions for Android, iOS, and Mac OSX. In addition to this long awaited move by Popcorntime, they also added new features requested by techies, such as the option to change the torrent API endpoint source, and to search kat.ph (aka kat.cr aka KickAssTorrents) Not to be outdone by Popcorntime CE YIFY, Time For Popcorn took things in a new direction by releasing an HTML5 version of Time For Popcorn directly through the browser at popcorntime-online.io. Popcorntime's answer? An online version of their popular app as well at popcorntime.ag/online-version.html. <blockquote>A better question might be, when will the entertainment execs cave</blockquote> So with all of these forks, versions, and methods of streaming, will the wrath of the entertainment industry be able to stop them? It seems that at every seeming success from Hollywood, the online community answers back 10-fold. A better question might be, when will the entertainment execs cave, and what are they willing to do to get a piece of the viewership pie.