Popcorn Time 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 is very similar to the Windows version. The app takes the .torrent file for the movie or episode that you want to watch and streams it on your device. So, it’s a very good idea to have a WiFi connection when you use the app.
Sometimes, the video file might end up stored on your device, so it’s a good idea to clean the temporary file folder for Popcorn Time every so often.
Popcorn Time’s interface is elegant and intuitive. On the first screen of the app you can quickly access any of the latest releases available to download, and you can access the selection of series or the search tool just by tapping on the screen.
Popcorn Time is a movie and series player that will thrill fans of this kind of audiovisual material. Needless to say, the app is much more useful for tablets or with devices that allow you to use Android on a television.
Popcorn Time! is the result of many developers and designers putting a bunch of APIs together to make the experience of watching torrent movies as simple as possible. The new and improved Popcorn Time allows you to watch movies and TV shows online for free, in HD or SD with subtitles. Now also available for Android. We are an open source project. We are from all over the world. We love our movies. And boy, do we love popcorn.
We’re constantly searching all over the web for the best torrents from the most important sites.
Watch any movie as many times as you want. All you need to get started is a proper internet connection.
If the movie is out there, Popcorn Time will find the best version possible and start streaming it right away.
The best quality
Watch your movie instantly in HD and with subtitles. And then keep watching.
You can now drag and drop subtitles (.srt files) on the player to load them. This means you can now drag and drop an external torrent, and an external subtitles to stream it on Popcorn Time.
Last time, we added a “watched” icon on an episode you’ve played, and now we add the possibility to manually set a video as watched, so you can easily update you progression.
Eye icon indicating whether a video has been watchedEye icon indicating whether a video has been watched
And we didn’t forget our power users. It has been a request since we took over the project and with Popcorn Time beta 3.1, you have the option to keep the downloaded files after you quit Popcorn Time.
Files are not shared over P2P after you watch it.
But wait, it’s not over: general performances have been improved, our subtitle selection has been refined, new languages (Hello Croatians, Thais and Vietnameses, please have some popcorn!) and… get a look to a rather exhaustive changelog at the bottom of the post. 🙂
One more thing…work on the Android app is under way!
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