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Popcorntime.sh

https://popcorntime.sh
Watch movies and TV shows instantly from BitTorrent protocol

Popcorn Time is a multi-platform, free software BitTorrent client that includes an integrated media player. The applications provide a free alternative to subscription-based video streaming services (such as Netflix). Popcorn Time uses sequential downloading to stream video listed by several torrent websites (although other trackers can be added and used manually).

By default, Popcorn Time doesn't seed/share the torrents downloaded after the media or the software are closed or stopped.



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https://get.popcorntime.sh

version 0.3.10 (beta)
released on 31 October 2016



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