Popcorn Time

Popcorn Time 2.5 for Android released

Popcorn Time 2.5 for Android recently released, is a tool that allows you to play hundreds of movies and episodes from TV series directly on your Android device, without having to download anything. Popcorn Time app version is very similar to the Windows version in that it takes the .torrent file for the movie or episode that you want to watch and streams it on your device. It is recommended to use it with a WiFi connection due to streamed data size.

Popcorn Time 0.3.7 Finally released

Popcorn Time 0.3.7 finally had been released and this release brings with it a new slew of bugs and bug fixes and not just the TV show covers fixes. A notable fix in this release is the fixed IP detection for external devices, and the Remote API. So for those with issues with Covers in Favorites, you’ll have to re-add the shows to Favorites. Popcorn Time 0.3.7 changelog BugFixes: Fall back to Sequential ID when AirPlay devices do not respond to ServerInfo queries Rebuild the new built-in VPN Client Renamed “External” to “ExtPlayer” to avoid confusion with non-local devices Fix the movie cover resizing code and garbage collect the cache to ensure old metadata isn’t used Greatly improves the built-in DLNA detection Fix retina display for Ultra HD screens Properly hide the spinner in cases where an error occurs Always show the FileSelector if TorrentCol is active.

Popcorn Time 0.3.3 Released with Plethora of new Features

Popcorn Time is a multi-platform, Free and Open Source video streaming application. It is an HTML/CSS/JavaScript application (NodeJS) rendered by a browser (node-webkit). The streaming is done by a torrent client for NodeJS (Peerflix). All the informations (torrent, images, informations) are automatically fetched by the application from different sources and are nicely put together. This latest release comes with a plethora of new features which are outlined below. There is already work on-going on version 0.

Install Popcorn Time 0.3.2 in Ubuntu 14.04

Popcorn Time is a multi-platform, Free and Open Source video streaming application. It is an HTML/CSS/JavaScript application (NodeJS) rendered by a browser (node-webkit). The streaming is done by a torrent client for NodeJS (Peerflix). All the informations (torrent, images, informations) are automatically fetched by the application from different sources and are nicely put together. It is available for all major operating platforms including Linux, Mac OS and Windows.