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‘Netflix for Pirates’ has a new feature that will drive movie studios insane

08
Jul
2014

Popcorn Time – the controversial service offers a Netflix-like movie streaming experience to users interested in pirating movies in a different, more exotic way than traditional downloads – has just gotten better, Business Insider reports. The service now allows Windows users to stream their selections to a Chromecast-connected big-screen television, letting them enjoy new flicks free of charge on a larger display. However, the feature is only available in an alpha version at this point. In addition to Chromecast support for Windows devices, Popcorn Time is working on Mac and Android support for Chromecast, as well as better security features to help users hide their tracks while using the service. What Popcorn Time does is to let users watch pirated movies without worrying about dealing with

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