Popcorn Time, a BitTorrent service / app that allows you to stream movies, was at first thought to be stuffed with legal problems and basic adverse baggage, but having developed a strong user base on Android, Mac, Windows and a variety of popular platforms, an iOS version is now simply days far from releasing as promised previously. It’s not so much a case of Popcorn Time as iPhone Time, and what’s even more, the app will certainly have the ability to stream content straight to Google’s Chromecast as well as AirPlay gadgets like the Apple TELEVISION.


Chromecast and AirPlay support in Popcorn Time for iOS can be called as a magnificent huge function for those who select to utilize it. And if you’re a staunch iOS user then it’s extremely likely that you have an Apple TV lying around in your home, after all, at $ 100, it offers functions which lots of huge set-top boxes fail to match.

When Snacks Time first came along, there was a sensation that all of the fanfare would quickly be laid to rest by one of the many powerful groups keeping track of the losses of the digital market to acts of streaming content free of cost, but so far, this hasn’t held true at all. In reality, the stated open source job has only remained to grow, and for the most part, thrive.

It’s extremely tough to determine, at this moment in time, whether Popcorn Time is here to stay. Services of this nature can survive for several years and years on end before simply disappearing without a trace one day, so while movie fans could presently feel as though the service is too excellent to be true, the rest of the story could not read gladly ever after.

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The group behind Snacks Time disclosed that they do not really want to put their app for grabs on Cydia, which likely implies that it would be available as a Web app like GBA4iOS emulator, which is installed on the gadgets using business certificates, negating the requirement for jailbreaking the gadget and make the most of the service, regardless.

Whenever Snacks Time for iOS flourishes, we’ll definitely bring the information to our readers.

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